DESCRIPTION: A wonderful hike taking you through alpine meadows, and down a pass to a beautiful alpine lake, by rock walls. During wildflower season in July, this trail is one of the wonders of Utah.
MILEAGE: 4 miles each way to the lake.
It is .2 miles to the junction to Mount Naomi from the trailhead.
ELEVATION GAIN 1,344'
HIKE TIME: 2 hours up to the Lake and 2 1/4 hours return.
On the return, you'll have to climb up a hill, that's why it takes longer.
TRAILHEAD: Tony Grove Lake & campground area, up US 89, Logan Canyon. From Logan, drive up 19.6 miles, turn left, make another left and drive 7 miles up to Tony Grove lake.
PARKING FEE: $5 per day/$15 per week/$35 annual pass.
DRIVE TIME: from Salt Lake City 2 1/2 hours, and 120 miles, each way.
GEAR: Make sure you bring plenty of water for the warm days. Bug spray, energy snacks, sack lunch, camera, hat, sunglasses, garbage bag, sunscreen, toilet kit, hiking pole and first aid.