Winter Closures - Starting November 15th
Re-open April 15th road condition permitting.
Birch Canyon - Open
Hyde Park Canyon / Gnehm Road - Open
Smithfield Dry Canyon - Open
South Canyon - Open
Mt Pisgah Road (also known as McMurdie Road or Squirrel Trail) - Open
High Creek Canyon - Open
Short Divide - OPEN
Ant Flat Road - Open - No snow maintenance
Three Mile Creek — Closed — Scheduled to Open June 1st
Lake Town Road - Contact Logan District - 1-435-755-3620
Steel Canyon Road - Contact Logan District - 1-435-755-3620
Providence Canyon Road - Contact Logan District - 1-435-755-3620
Millville Canyon - Contact Logan District - 1-435-755-3620
When traveling any of these Canyon Roads, if you notice any problems that need the attention of the Cache County Road Department please contact us at 1-435-755-1560. Thank you for helping us to keep our canyon roads safe and enjoyable for all who use them.
Forest roads & gates on the Logan Ranger District will be closed for road surface protection starting November 15th (Weather permitting). The MVUM ( Motorized Vehicle Use Map) dates show the earliest date a road will open to motorized travel in the spring and the date a road will be closed in the fall.
Please follow your "Tread Lightly" skills on all forest routes and do not drive/ride on muddy roads or trails. Wait until they dry!
Routes scheduled to open on or after April 15th:
Routes scheduled to open on or after June 1st:
Routes scheduled to open on or after June 15th:
Our Motor Vehicle Use Map for summer information is available on line under Maps & Publications at www.fs.usda.gov/uwcnf.
The Winter Travel Map is also located at www.fs.usda.gov/uwcnf. Click on Maps & Publications, find Miscellaneious Maps link, then under Ogden and Logan ranger Districts click on: Winter Recreation Travel Map for both areas, Tony Grove - Franklin Basin Winter Recreation Map.