Ogden Valley Summer Trails

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What to do in Ogden Valley says:

“There are trails all over the mountains in the Ogden Valley.  Many Mountain Bikingare maintained by the US Forest Service, private support through Weber Pathways (a non-profit organization) or private citizens and bike shops.  Residents and visitors of Ogden Valley are quite fond of trail systems.  We have mapped out nearly every trail for you to explore.  Being mountain bikers, we apologize in advance but most of our descriptions are aimed toward that audience, though we tried to include pertinent information for hikers.”

North Fork Park

“North Fork Park lies at the far northern end of the Ogden Valley.  It is arguably the most scenic spot in the Valley.  The Park has great trails for hiking, trail running, mountain biking, and horseback riding.  Six large boweries can accommodate 200-300 guest.  In addition there are 181 individual camping sites, fire pits, picnic tables, running water, flushing toilets, volleyball poles, horseshoe pits at large group areas, horse corrals, cross-country skiing – 7 1/2 miles of groomed trails, camp host, and on site handicap facilities.  Seriously, what more could you want?”

Bicentennial Trail

Mule Ear/Mule Shoe

Ben Lomond Peak via Ben Lomond Trail

More Area Trails

Ben Lomond Peak via North Skyline Trail

Lewis Peak via South Skyline Trail

 North Arm Trail

Wheeler Creek, Maples, Icebox, Sardine, Overlook, Green Pond, Middle Fork, and East Fork Trails at Snowbasin

Middle Fork Wildlife Management Area – Equestrian Trail

Causey Reservoir Trails – Equestrian and Hiking

Road Biking Routes

Ogden City – Bonneville Shoreline and Ogden River Parkways Trails