History of Old Ephraim, Utah

The trail to Old Ephraim's Grave.
Access the trail to Old Ephraim's grave in the Lomia Camp or Lodge Campground, Right Hand Fork, Logan Canyon. The trail is 5.4 miles one way. Take US 89 9.2 miles up Logan Canyon to the Right Hand Fork Road. Turn right off 89 and travel one mile up Right Hand Fork to the first junction. Take the left road for 0.6 miles to the end of the road. From the trailhead the route is well marked and will continue up Right Hand Fork for 0.7 miles. At this point, Ricks Canyon will come in from the south and the trails will split. Take the trail up Ricks canyon for another 0.7 mile.
Steel Hollow, on the left side, is well signed, well traveled, and easy to locate. The Steel Hollow Trail is 4.6 miles long and will intersect forest road 056 about 0.2 miles south of Dog Springs. Turn north of FR 056 and follow the road North for about 1.5 miles. Ephraim's Grave is on the east side of the road and is marked with an 11-foot stone to represent the height of Old Eph. The stone monument was designed, erected and lettered by Arthur, Max and Howard Jorgensen, and officially dedicated on September 23, 1966.

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