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Sink Hollow (Logan Canyon)
Sink Hollow is a narrow ATV trail near the top of Logan Canyon. The Sink Hollow trail itself features 5 miles of downhill through pine and aspen forest. Ride it as a 13.5 mile loop with 1300 feet of climbing by taking the dirt Beaver Creek road uphill. Aerobically, this ride is fairly easy. The climb up Beaver Creek is smooth and fast, with a steady gentle slope. There's about 1/4 mile of steeper rocky ATV-tread as you divert off Beaver Creek and climb over a small hill toward Gibson Basin. The descent down Sink Hollow would rate advanced technical due to some rock gardens and steeper loose slopes. There are five miles of downhill.
Riding notes:
0.0   Trailhead on north end of parking
         Join larger road
0.2    Pass Sink Hollow return, keep R
         N41 58.563 W111 31.857
4.1    Pass Beaver Creek Campground
         N42 01.226 W111 31.803
4.2    Keep straight (Swan Flats on R)
5.8    Fork L, keep L at 2nd road
         N42 02.547 W111 32.248
7.0    Fork L through creek, up hill
         Critical Fork!!!
         N42 02.755 W111 33.492
7.4    Keep R across basin
         N42 02.533 W111 33.852
7.9    Fork L
         N42 02.162 W111 33.982
9.1    Join alternate path, fork R
         N42 01.622 W111 33.304
13.5  Back at parking
Getting there:  In Logan, turn east at 400 North on US-89 towards Logan Canyon (about 2 miles). After you enter the canyon, drive 24.5 miles, almost to the top. Turn left toward Beaver Mountain Ski Area and park in the large trailer-parking area 1/2 mile later. The trailhead (and a bathroom) are on the northern end N41 58.385 W111 31.896.

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