Via Ferrata Mount Ogden Utah
Via Ferrata style rock climbing on the western ridges of the Wasatch Range. Check out mountogdenviaferrata.com for more.
Via Ferrata climbing in Waterfall Canyon Ogden Utah
Drone and GoPro footage from Ogden's Via Ferrata in Waterfall Canyon. Some video provided by Jeff Guest. Visit ZipUtah.com for more info.
XCross Mt Ogden Nov 13
Cyclocross Mt Ogden golf course Nov 13
Mount Ogden Summit Documentary
From rattle snakes popping out of rocks to sliding down a mountain on snow patches to making it to the summit of one of the highest peaks in the Ogden, Utah area, three avid trail runners talk about the mountain running experience while documenting their epic trip!
Mount Ogden Winter Summit
Winter hike (uphill traverse/side-step-up/boot-pack) to the summit of Mount Ogden, Utah, elevation 9572 ft. MSL. 2014-03-09. One of the coolest things about Winter hikes.. you get to ski down!
Utah Bucket List: Via Ferrata climbing in Waterfall Canyon
Via Feratta, or the Iron Road, was created in World War I by Italian soldiers to get troops to strategic positions quickly and in safe fashion. The practice of creating iron step climbing routes has been happening in Europe since the end of the war. Via Feratta climbing areas are just now beginning to show up in the United States on private lands. The Utah Adventure Center provides Via Ferrata climbing in Waterfall Canyon east of Ogden.
Outside Ogden: Climbing Ogden Canyon
Studio 76 heads to Ogden Canyon for some climbing and gives you a little taste of the outdoor adventures that Ogden has to offer.
Mt Ogden Chutes @ Snow Basin Resort
My trip to Utah this past week at Snow Basin. Took a tram up to Mt Ogden then hiked up to some chutes. It was chill.
Waterfall Canyon Ogden Utah
Hike to Waterfall Canyon Ogden Utah
Ogden Utah Waterfall Canyon Hike
Homecoming Hike 2012 WSU
Weber State kicked off the start of Homecoming week with their annual hike up Mt. Ogden. Approximately 60 Weber State University (WSU) students, faculty, alumni and surrounding community participated in what was once known as the Fall Hike.
Campus Recreation oversaw the annual homecoming tradition, reinstated in 1986.
They in collaboration with other campus organizations and sponsors provided for, what participates say was, an enjoyable activity.
My Hometown: Ogden, Utah
A slideshow of Ogden, Utah for my citizenship in the community merit badge
hot spring in ogden, utah
a hot spring that was harvested for the general public wellbeing in the 1970s and continues to exist to this day. Just off Utah highway 39, about 15 miles east of I15.
Larry - Ogden UT
Larry from Ogden Utah rides motorcycles and wears hearing aids from Pure Hearing. He describes his experience with hearing loss, hearing aids, and the service he experienced at Pure Hearing.
Pearsons Canyon - Willard, UT 6-20-2015
Watch in 1080p!
We did a very rarely done canyon up in Willard, UT yesterday called Pearsons Canyon. It is a long and slow moving 9 hour canyon with 4 rappels (the biggest being 240'), Almost a 5,000 foot elevation loss, and is just under 3 miles long. It was a very pretty canyon, but very physically demanding. I can't remember the last time my legs were this sore!
We left a shuttle car at the bottom of the canyon on a dirt road and drove the truck up to the top. It was all downhill which was nice, but it was steep, dirty, and exhausting. Trekking poles helped a lot with balance and to help keep some weight off the legs. Some of us ended up drinking all of our Camelback water before we got to the first rappel, so we busted out the Lifstraw which is a simple, lightweight, portable straw filter ( It is a very pretty canyon and the rappels were awesome but very incredibly slippery. One rappel still has the original seatbelt slung around a rock from the first guy who did the canyon many years ago. It is considered trash, but is sort of iconic to the history of the canyon so we decided to leave it. There is no defined trail and there is some poison ivy after the last rappel and lots of bushwacking/route finding to get out. Some of the routes to get out were a little sketchy. We ended up getting back to the shuttle vehicle at the bottom just as you would want to pull out a headlamp. It was supposed to take us 6 hours to do, but somehow took us 9 hours to do from top to bottom. We had some warning stickers on our vehicle windows for parking there on a private road, so I would recommend parking much further away. Our legs were incredibly sore and tired. I also found a tick in the back of my neck and Josh found a tick on his chest, so CHECK FOR TICKS!!! This was a cool canyon to do at least once, but I don't think any of us will be doing it again in the near future.
I had a Contour Roam2 on my helmet which ended up getting turned on in my backpack on the bumpy drive to the top and recorded 3 hours of driving in my backpack and some of the hike down before I realized it was on. Then when I wanted to record, it would only record for 35sec and stop. I'm not sure why, but I got no useful footage out of it.
I shot this video with my GoPro HERO3+ Black Edition camera at 1080p at 60fps and edited with iMovie. I had my GoPro mounted to my GoScope Extreme which is a telescoping pole and it works great with the J-Hook mount! Get your GoScope at
Via Ferrata Telluride Main Event
This was my first traverse, I was lucky to come up behind a group of fellow climbers because I was on my own and inexperienced. The section here is called the main event and was one of the most exciting sections with a nearly 300 ft drop below. I was in town for the awesome Ride Fest, what a fun town. You can see my class ring in the shot, hook em!
Kevin Hikes Rainbow Trail In Ogden Utah
Just minutes from the hustle and bustle of 12th Street, Ogden's RainbowTrail at the mouth of Ogden Canyon provides a welcome return to nature's sights and sounds.
The trail, dedicated on National Trails Day in 2006, got its name because an abundance of birds can usually be heard singing in the grove just west of the Rainbow Trailhead. Among the birds you will find Yellow-breasted chat, Gray catbird, Virginia's warbler, MacGillivray's warbler, Blue-gray gnatcatcher, Bullock's oriole, California quail, Chipping sparrow, Black-headed grosbeak, hummingbirds and more.
This easy-to-moderate, 2 mile-long trail is popular with families, hikers, mountain bikers and runners. The RainbowTrail offers wonderful views to the west and north and crosses six springs, a pond and deep forest rich with thick willow, chokecherry, cottonwoods and dense scrub oak. Restrooms and a restaurant are nearby the trailhead at Rainbow Gardens.
Hiking Waterfall Canyon In Utah
Ranked one of the most popular trails in Ogden, the Waterfall Canyon trail begins at the top of 29th St. The trail head is called the 29th street trail head and is the access point to a series of marked trails including the Bonneville Shoreline trail.
From the parking lot, the Waterfall Canyon trail heads east and begins to climb its way into the foothills. A portion of this trail leads through private property. In the past this section has been closed by the landowner because of vandalism and trash left by the hikers. Please when making your way through the private section stay on the trail, don’t leave any trash, and respect the landowner's property. You must cross this private property to access the canyon, so do your part in protecting this access.
As you make your way through the private section the trail begins to climb into the canyon. The lower portion of the trail is a wide path that eventually shrinks down to a single track as you make your way up the canyon.
Once in the canyon, the trail follows the creek to the waterfall. There are a few rocky sections, and on our visit the trail was wet due to runoff. A good pair of hiking shoes or boots is recommended for this hike. As you approach the waterfall the base of the fall is steep and covered in loose, slippery rock and requires some effort the closer you get.
Although this trail is considered a moderate hike with a consistent elevation gain all the way to the falls, it’s well worth the effort. Hikers will enjoy the views of the valley, the creek, and the 200ft waterfall.
Rock climbing in Ogden, Utah
KELLY KEITER/Standard-Examiner (2013)
CLIMBING In Ogden
This is a great boulder problem above my house in Ogden, Utah.