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Ogden, Utah Hiking Trails

By March 20, 2015Exercise
Ogden, Utah hiking trails - the best trails to hike in Ogden, Utah // TimeLess Medical Weight Loss Blog

From a mild winter, to a rapidly warming spring we have had plenty of opportunity to get our exercise outdoors this year. We are blessed in Utah to have plenty of year-round outdoor recreational activities to keep us moving. In Ogden, we are especially lucky to have  over 200 miles of hiking and biking trails in our own backyard. There are casual parkways, and steep trails to beautiful mountain tops.  So, take a stroll, lace up your running shoes, or put on your helmet to get out and walk, run, hike or bike Ogden!

Here are some of our favorite local trails, rated by Utah.com:

 

Easy trails

Ogden River Parkway ogden river parkway biking

The paved trail follows the Ogden River through the city. The trail begins at the mouth of the canyon near Rainbow Gardens- great for bikers, runners and walkers.

Birdsong Trail 

The trail runs between Rainbow Gardens and 20th Street. The Rainbow Trailhead is located at the northwest corner of the Rainbow Gardens parking lot (at the mouth of Ogden Canyon).

 

Moderate trails

malans-peak.jpgMalans Peak 

The trail begins at the 29th Street Trailhead, located at the top of 29th Street on the east side of Ogden.

Bonneville Shoreline Trail (Lewis Peak section) 

This trail runs from the mouth of Ogden Canyon, on the north side of Highway 39, to the Pineview Canal Road.

Indian Trail 

The Trailhead is in Ogden Canyon, about 1.5 miles up from its intersection with Valley Drive (at Rainbow Gardens). There is a Smokey the Bear sign along the highway by the trailhead.

 

Difficult trails

waterfall-canyon.jpgWaterfall Canyon 

The trail begins at the Mt Ogden Trailhead at the top of 29th Street, on the east side of Ogden.

Beus Canyon Trail 

The trailhead is located at the top of 4600 South, on the east side of Ogden. Follow the street east until the road curves south near the microwave towers. The trailhead is signed.

 

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