NAOMI PEAK TRAIL

Trail Length:  3.3 mile one way

Difficulty / Rating: Moderate Strenuous / 10.6

Class: Class 2

Elevation Start / Gain 8,000 feet / 1,979 feet

Trailhead: N 41o53’42.32″  W 111o38’33.31″

UTM: 12T 446697 E     4638327 N

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SUMMARY

At 9,979 feet, Naomi Peak is the highest point in the Bear River Range.  The Naomi Peak trail winds through spectacular meadows and wildflowers that are at their peak in July and August.  The summit offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding peaks and of the Cache Valley.  This hike can be done as early as January; however, only if you are an experienced hiker and with the proper equipment (i.e. map, GPS, and proper hiking gear) as the trails are covered over with snow and difficult to locate.

DIRECTIONS: The trailhead to the Naomi Peak Trail is located at Tony Grove Lake.  From Logan take US Hwy. 89 (19.2 miles) to Tony Grove Road.  Take Tony Grove Road (FR 003) 7 miles to Tony Grove Lake.  The trail is well defined, steep in a few places, and moderately rocky.  Snow banks persist into the summer and a cold wind usually blows on top.  At the ridge the trails continues into the Mt. Naomi Wilderness to High Creek and Cherry Creek canyons.  The trail to Naomi Peak itself is south along the ridge.

Maps / Links / Downloads:

NAOMI PEAK, UT-ID HISTORICAL MAP 1:24,000 GEOCACHE

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Naomi Peak Trail Elevation Profile

Naomi Peak Elevation Profile [utahtrailhead.com]

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If you like this hike then you may want to check out: Wind Cave Hiking Trail