Hiking and Mountain Bike Trails near Bear Lake
As spring makes its way into Bear Lake, early leaves and flowers welcome you as you ride or walk a lake or mountain trail. Temperatures are mild, even during the middle of the summer, so hiking is pleasant. The fall months of September and October are some of the prettiest and most scenic with the brightly colored leaves and the tranquility of the lake. Find Bike and Recreation Rentals!
- Rich County/Bear Lake Interactive Trails Map on ArcGIS
- Rich County Trails Guide (PDF 7mb)
- Utah DNR State Park website has ATV Maps, Registration and Laws.
- ARCGIS Interactive Utah Parks ATV & Bike Trail Map.
- Idaho Parks & Recreation website provides Trail Maps, Registration information.
- ARCGIS Idaho Parks ATV & Bike Trail Map.
- US Forest Service ATV trail map of the Montpelier/Bear Lake Area.
- US Forest Service Moter Vehicle trial map of the Logan Ranger District.
- Bear Lake Points of Interest OHV map.
Our Main Trails with maps are at the bottom of the page. Here are some other trails without maps:
Garden City Park Walkway
A raised wooden walkway to the lake at Garden City Park.
Limber Pine Trail
A relaxing one mile loop to the 2,000 year old limber pine.
Great Western Trail
A trail that extends from the Arizona border all the way to the Canadian border. The trail passes through the Wasatch/Cache National Forest and Bear Lake area.
Bloomington Lake Trail
Hike or drive via a rough, unpaved road. This small glacial lake is located in a spectacular setting of cliffs and waterfalls. During the summer, wildflowers Surround this clear mountain lake.
Logan Canyon Trails
Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway is home to several great mountain biking trails. Whether you are an advanced rider or want to take the family for an enjoyable ride, you'll find trails for all skill levels.
A 55-mile trail accessible from Bloomington Canyon, Paris Canyon, Emigration Canyon and Logan Canyon. Open to hiking, horseback riding, motor bikes and mountain bikes.
The trail passes through the South Sinks area, near the top. The sinks are indentations in the earth caused by water eroding the limestone beneath.