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Welcome to the Ogden Mountains

The Northern Wasatch Mountains in the Ogden area are home to three ski resorts…Snowbasin, Powder Mountain and Wolf Creek. These resorts are surrounded by not only larger cities like Ogden, North Ogden and South Weber but smaller, quaint communities like Eden, Morgan, Mountain Green and Monte Verde.

The cities, towns, and neighborhoods that make up the Ogden Mountains include:

Office Locations in the Community

6033 Fashion Pointe Dr Unit 100, South Ogden, UT 84403
Phone: (801) 476-2800
Fax: (801) 475-1111
Office Site

2225 S Washington Blvd Ste 100, Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: (801) 479-9300
Fax: (801) 479-0127
Office Site

Fun Facts

  • Snowbasin is one of the oldest continually running ski resorts in the United States.
  • Snowbasin has a youth snowboard learning park called Burton Dinosaur Riglet Park and, you guessed it, it’s DINO-themed!
  • The Ogden River has been used for irrigation for nearly a century.
  • Legend has it that in the 1920’s crime boss Al Capone himself commented that Ogden was too wild a town even for him.

Living in the Ogden Mountains

These communities are tight-knit and remind one what life was like in simpler times. Eden is so named because the surveyor that came to plot the area in 1859 exclaimed that it was one of the most beautiful places he had ever seen. The Eden General Store has been a fixture here since the early days and is a vision of the Old West. Inside the diner you will find an old-fashioned soda fountain counter and a storefront filled with jars and jars of old-fashioned sweets as well as homemade crafts and other goodies.

Obviously, the snow season is a big one in these parts with three world-class ski resorts within 15 minutes of the communities, but the Spring, Summer and Fall are also filled with recreation. The area boasts river rafting, camping, hunting, fishing, biking, hiking and plenty of off road trails for all those toys!

The housing in these areas is mainly rustic design. Cabins, large and small, dot the narrow streets and hidden pathways that make up these throw-back communities.

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