Explore Logan, Utah, just 90 minutes north of Salt Lake City and directly on the way to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Our canyons and valley are bursting with glorious red, orange and yellow leaves from mid-September to mid-October. Take a deep breath. Relax. Enjoy a slower pace. We’re off the beaten path and we like it that way.

Fall is a magical time in our agricultural valley where we really grow amber waves of grain. We celebrate fall harvest time with festivals and fun. The second annual Cheese and Dairy Festival is Sept. 30-Oct. 1 and celebrates all things dairy. Then, the North Logan Pumpkin Walk, which is displays of colorfully decorated gourds that are so amazing they defy description. You have to see it!

Then, step back in time to experience the true Old West at the American West Heritage Center where history comes alive from 1820-1920. Explore the Mountain Man camp, pioneer settlements and 1917 working farm during the annual Fall Harvest Festival Oct. 14-15 that features steam engine threshing, cider making, historic tractor demonstrations, hands-on activities, pony rides and more. Get lost in two giant corn mazes all month long.

Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway (US Hwy. 89) is 43 miles of unspoiled paradise on the scenic drive to Jackson and Grand Teton National Park. You can hike, bike, fish, canoe, birdwatch, enjoy beautiful fall leaves and later ski and snowmobile. Beautiful and uncrowded scenery awaits and it’s only a 10-minute drive from downtown Logan.

Stroll through downtown Logan with its charming cafes, storefronts with character and unique specialty shops. There are haunted ghost tours every weekend in October. We boast incredible performing arts productions, Utah State University and a self-guided Foodie Trek all year long. Fall in love with fall in Logan, Utah. www.Explorelogan.com

Explore our majestic mountains with a drive along Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway. Stop and fish. Go biking or geocaching. Rent horses or canoes, go bird-watching, and eat Aggie ice cream.

Stroll through historic downtown Logan or across the campus of Utah State University. Hang out at the Gardeners Market on Saturdays. And don’t forget our world famous cheese. And ice cream, and honey, and jams, and coffee, and chocolates… 

New discoveries are waiting. Fall in love with fall. Visit Logan today. Check out our events calendar and hot getaway deals at www.explorelogan.com

Skip the crowds and commercialization of mega-resorts and ski or snowboard at Beaver Mountain Ski Resort, the longest running family-owned ski resort in the nation. Cherry Peak is Utah’s newest ski and snowboard resort. It boasts a tubing hill with a moving sidewalk so you don’t have to hike to the top. Another dreamy wintertime adventure is taking a horse-drawn sleigh ride through a huge herd of elk at Hardware Ranch. There are often over 600 majestic elk lounging and munching on hay.

 To really get out and explore, rent snowmobiles from Beaver Creek Lodge and enjoy almost 300 miles of groomed trails. Cache Valley ranks in the best snowmobiling in the nation and is rated Utah’s best. In the summer and fall you can rent horses or side-by-side off-road vehicles for additional exploration.

Escape to Logan and beautiful Cache Valley, just 90 minutes north of Salt Lake City. Mother Nature’s show-and-tell is starting to burst with crimson red maples and yellow aspens will soon be on their way in our canyons. Take a deep breath. Relax. Enjoy a slower pace. Logan is closer than you think and just far enough to be the perfect getaway.

Explore the great outdoors. Get lost in two giant corn mazes. Step back in time at the American West Heritage Center’s annual Fall Harvest Festival Oct.18-19. Get your groove on with World Blues in concert at the Ellen Eccles Theatre Oct. 15-16 or take in a round of golf.

Downtown Logan is only a 5-minute drive from the Wasatch Cache National Forest. You can go hiking in the morning, visit art galleries in the afternoon and top the day off with delicious dining at one of our unique restaurants. Stay the night in one of our cozy bed and breakfasts or classy hotels.

Explore our majestic mountains with a drive along Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway. Stop and fish. Go biking or geocaching. Rent horses or canoes, go bird-watching, and eat Aggie ice cream.

Stroll through historic downtown Logan or across the campus of Utah State University. Hang out at the Gardeners Market on Saturdays. And don’t forget our world famous cheese. And ice cream, or honey, or jams, or coffee, or chocolates… 

New discoveries are waiting for you. Fall in love with fall. Visit Logan today. Check out our events calendar and details about our Cache Valley Escape package where you get a night in a hotel plus dinner and breakfast for two for one affordable price at www.visitloganutah.com

See you soon!