LOGAN, UTAH — Travel agents are invited to learn more about the unique destination of Logan, Utah during a webinar scheduled for Feb. 16.
As part of the Utah Office of Tourism’s ‘Talk it Tuesday’ webinars this month, ‘Explore Logan’ will highlight the many offerings of this high mountain valley, known for outdoor adventures and performing arts. Considered an ideal stopover on trips to Bear Lake State Park, Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons, Logan entices visitors to linger a little longer to sample its excellent art galleries, specialty shops, local food, community festivals and live performances.
For thousands of years, the Logan area hosted the Shoshoni tribe’s ancestral hunting and it’s still home to fine examples of early Mormon pioneer architecture, including the Temple and Tabernacle, historic courthouse and Old Main building on the campus of Utah State University.
For dining, Logan’s Heroes dishes out some of the best sandwiches in Cache Valley while Angie’s restaurant is widely known for its unbeatable portions. Bluebird, meanwhile, is Utah’s longest established restaurant, offering diners the chance to step back in time with its old-fashioned soda fountain and classic décor. For more dining ideas click here.
The ‘Explore Logan’ webinar takes place on Feb. 16 at 3 p.m. EST / 12 p.m. PST. One lucky webinar participant will win an ‘Explore Logan’ gift pack.
Click here to register.