With the calming turquoise blue water and the changing trees this fall, why not take the whole month and work remotely with Bear Lake as your backdrop? Utah puts on a stunning display of colors each fall, which can be seen along scenic drives, hikes, or just out your window. Start your work day with a hike and end it with a bike ride through the trails surrounding the lake.
Hit the Lake
There’s still time to take the boat out before the temperatures drop. In fact, September offers the warmest water of the year! Enjoy the turquoise water of Bear Lake without the crowds.
Immerse yourself in the fall foliage with a hike around the Hodges Canyon/Richardson Canyon Loop. This trail is shared with mountain bikers and off-roaders, so keep your heads up and the dogs on a leash.
Try Shoshone ATV trail system for an OHV dedicated ride through pines and aspens that open up to incredible views of Bear Lake.
For a steep but flowy downhill ride, head over to Stump Hollow trail at Beaver Mountain, then prepare for some truly spectacular views.
Hop on the Logan Canyon Byway for some of the best views of fall this season. Follow the road to nearby Cache Valley for incredible scenery and amazing photo opportunities.