The Top of Utah has many great attractions.
Stay and play awhile in the Top of Utah, the most scenic driving route between Salt Lake City and Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. The northernmost Top of Utah is packed with adventure—from hiking and bird-watching to opera, living history, fishing, golf, skiing, and snowmobiling.
Near Brigham City, visit the Golden Spike National Historic Site, where the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific railroads met in 1869. Stop by family-owned fruit stands along the famous Fruit Way, or view hundreds of birds at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge.
In Logan, the largest city in northern Utah, step back in time with fur trappers, Shoshone Indians, farmers, and Mormon pioneer re-enactors at the American West Heritage Center. Take the self-guided Cache Valley Food Tour, and enjoy performing arts events (including opera and Broadway shows), festivals, Utah State University, great restaurants, and specialty shops.
Breathtaking Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway connects Logan to Garden City and the turquoise waters of Bear Lake. Visit Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge, sip a yummy raspberry shake, sit on the white sandy beach, or check out pioneer life on the Oregon Trail at the National Oregon/California Trail Center.
For more information, visit topofutah.orgor 199 North Main Street in Logan, or call (800) 952-UTAH (8824).