close to Logan
This is access for Crimson Trail #015 & Spring Hollow Trail; they start at 5,030’ elevation. The trails start at the parking lot and proceed up the campground road.
Crimson Trail is a loop that climbs to an elevation of 6,000’. It ascends the rock formation known as the China Wall. Despite switchbacks, the trail at the east end of the loop is quite steep as the trail returns to the Logan River level.
The original Spring Hollow Trail is also quite steep; initially it ascends adjacent to a rock slide.
The easier Spring Hollow Trail follows the Logan River downstream about a half mile, almost to the Third Dam. The short cut can be hidden on your left unless the trail marker is replaced. The upward path immediately ascends the hill via a series of switchbacks. It will climb to 5,720 feet in two miles; then it will cross the dry rock scree/talus. Bridger Look-Off provides a great view From there, the trail continues climbing until it connects with Forest Service Road #126 in about five miles.
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This hike is listed as One-Way.
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