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Best trails in Cache Valley - Cache Valley, Utah, Idaho, and National News - The Herald Journal

The beauty of Cache Valley attracts thousands of visitors every year, but there is much more to be seen in the area by stepping out of the car and into

Bear Lake. This view can be seen from the highway on the Utah side of the lake coming out of Logan Canyon.

This view can be seen from the highway on the Utah side of the lake coming out of Logan Canyon.

High Creek Lake and Bear River Range, Mount Naomi Wilderness, Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah

High Creek Lake and Bear River Range, Mount Naomi Wilderness, Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah

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High Creek Lake to Cherry Peak, Cache Valley, Utah

High Creek Lake to Cherry Peak, Cache Valley, Utah

Dream Packer Trail Adventures: Dry Canyon, Cache Valley, Utah

Dry Canyon is a nice ride as an alternate to busy Green Canyon.

Dream Packer Trail Adventures: Providence Canyon, Cache Valley, Utah

I like this trail because it has a water feature. (which is lacking in Green or Dry Canyon). And even on a holiday, the trailhead was vir.

In the early days of USU, when it was Utah Agricultural College, barns were an important part of the landscape on campus, in Cache Valley, and throughout northern Utah. Though the Art Barn is the only remaining barn on USU’s campus, barns are still an important feature of Cache Valley’s historic landscape. These historic Cache Valley barns provide a link to the history of USU’s barns.

In the early days of USU, when it was Utah Agricultural College, barns were an important part of the landscape on campus, in Cache Valley, and throughout northern Utah. Though the Art Barn is the only remaining barn on USU’s campus, barns are still an important feature of Cache Valley’s historic landscape. These historic Cache Valley barns provide a link to the history of USU’s barns.

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