White Pine Lake Trail


This is breathtaking alpine hiking typical of the Great Basin highlands. There are many strands of fir, spruce, and aspen. The glacial lake is in a beautiful setting of cirque cliffs and high mountains. Wildflowers are abundant, and their colors peak during July and August.



Day use parking at Tony Grove Lake parking area. Overnight parking at the backcountry trailhead 1/4-mile below the campground. There is a small fee for all parking in the Tony Grove area.


Trail Information:

The trailhead is located at Tony Grove Lake. From Logan take US Hwy. 89 (19.2 miles) to the Tony Grove Road. Take Tony Grove Road 7 miles to Tony Grove Lake. To help reduce the congested parking at the lake, groups staying overnight or longer should park in the lower backcountry trailhead located just below the campground. People day-hiking into the lake are welcome to park at Tony Grove Lake. The Tony Grove nature trail is 1.3 miles around the lake. The White Pine Lake trail is easy to follow, but you will be gradually climbing the ridge dividing Tony Grove Lake and White Pine Lake. From the ridge, the trail drops steeply down to White Pine Lake. Because there is an uphill grade both directions, allow at least four hours for this trip or longer if your group includes small children.

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