Ogden Valley recreational activities are second to none! Ski or ride at Powder Mountain, Snowbasin or Nordic Valley, for unsurpassed winter fun… without the crowds. When the abundant snow melts, our 18-hole Wolf Creek Championship Golf Course, Pineview Reservoir and surrounding alpine trails offer endless warm-weather pursuits. This four-season resort truly has something for every family!
ADVENTURE CENTER – Summer and winter sports equipment rental, tours, souvenirs and more.
CLUB FITNESS CENTER – Work out in the Cardio Room or attend classes, including Body Pump, Yoga, Pilates, Spin, Grit, Body Core, and Zumba.
GOLF – The most scenic golf course in Northern Utah. Experience for yourself…
SKI RESORTS – Enjoy Powder Mountain’s heli-skiing, cat skiing and backcountry tours – ranked BEST VALUE in SKI Magazine’s 2015 Resort Guide for the West. Ski the Downhill at Snowbasin. Utah’s legendary light powder awaits. It’s no wonder that NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC just named Ogden, UT in the Top Ten Emerging Ski Towns!
Affectionately referred to as the Soft Snow Capital of Northern Utah, the Ogden Valley offers almost unlimited variety for skiing and riding at Powder Mountain, Snowbasin Resort and Nordic Valley with The Greatest Snow on Earth™ in this uncrowded the section of the western Rocky Mountains.
Powder Mountain, or POW MOW as the locals affectionately call it, is by far the largest ski resort in North America, with over 5,500 acres of terrain. Aptly named, Powder Mountain is famous for its thigh deep powder and tree skiing. Over 3,000 acres are located in accessible backcountry terrain, whether that be by helicopter, skins, snowcat or snowmobile. On average, 500 inches of dry light powder fall each winter and it’s all natural snow. There’s not a single snowmaking machine to be found at POW MOW yet their nightly grooming delivers perfect corduroy each morning. This mountain is known for its powder stashes, uncrowded slopes and down-home family atmosphere.
Snowbasin Resort, is an ultra-luxe European styled resort. After more than 65 years as a local’s favorite for powder skiers, Snowbasin burst onto the world stage during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. Now, you can ski the Grizzly and Wildflower Downhill courses and bank the same famous turn as Bode Miller during his awesome and memorable Silver Medal run. Snowbasin’s dramatic scenery, rugged peaks, wide-open bowls and vast terrain remind many folks of Switzerland’s world famous resorts, and three incredibly luxurious lodges with massive log timbers and imported chandeliers offer fine dining and skier services, as well as the nicest bathrooms in all of Utah… seriously!
Nordic Valley (formerly Wolf Mountain) Ski Resort is the local’s favorite place to learn to ski or ride. All of the terrain is accessible both day and night, including their gnarly terrain park, making it the state’s largest night skiing destination. Nordic Valley is renowned for its learning programs and family-friendly atmosphere and offers a variety of terrain for every ability at remarkably affordable prices.
Ogden Nordic center is available for cross country skiing at North Fork Park.
If these three resorts are not enough, explore some of Utah’s other ski and summer resorts, including Snowbird, Alta, Deer Valley and Park City. These destinations are an approximately 1.5 hour drive from Ogden Valley.
LOCAL CALENDAR OF EVENTS – Never a dull moment in the Ogden Valley and Ogden City area.
HOST YOUR EVENT AT WOLF CREEK RESORT! – Plan your outdoor wedding at beautiful Wolf Creek Resort in Eden, UT. If you want nature to play a role in your special day, we have the perfect venues for you. Several venues available for social as well as corporate events.
When you hang up the boards, there’s ample opportunity to snowshoe or cross country ski on over 25 km of groomed trails at North Fork Park in Liberty. Those with a passion for speed can partake of a snowmobile adventure in nearby Monte Cristo, offering up over 160 miles of groomed trails high above the valley floor.
When all that fluffy snow melts, Pineview Reservoir and the Weber and Ogden Rivers offer enough boating, water sports, kayaking and fly-fishing to suit any water enthusiast, an nearby Causey Reservoir offers a serene, non-motorized mountain lake experience and horseback riding tours.
There are miles and miles of hiking and biking trails at the ski resorts and beyond in a mountain valley that’s doesn’t even have a single stoplight.
The spectacular Wolf Creek Golf Course gives the golfer a feeling that is not found anywhere else. As the only Audubon Society-certified golf course in Utah, it is designed to honor alpine flora and northern Utah fauna, while rewarding golfers with playable links that stay true to the grand traditions of the game. Whether you are aiming to improve your game, or simply enjoy the phenomenal views, our course is ideal for you.