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The goal is a large limber pine, which is actually several trees grown together. It is quite a bit older than most other trees in the area. A trail guide produced by the Bridgerland Audubon Society is available, giving much information on the flora and fauna along the trail.Directions
Trailhead: Limber Pine rest area, Bear Lake summit on US 89 about 35 miles from Logan.Highlights
A short walk with an elevation change of about 80 feet attained by a series of switchbacks through the fir and aspen forest and meadows with abundant wildflowers. There are good views of Bear Lake from several points.