The town that Rock and Ice Magazine listed in its Top 10 Climbing Towns (September 2008).
The place where Men's Journal (March 2007) said you can "Do it All, Whatever the Season."
Outside Magazine (August 2008) called Ogden "unpretentious and adrenalized," when it listed Ogden in the top three towns of Where to Live Now: The 20 Best Towns in America.
The New York Times (February 14, 2009) stated, "Ogden, Utah, is on several lists today including the best place to do business, the best economy, and the hippest city in America."
This is our home. Our skyscrapers are Ben Lomond Peak, Mount Ogden, and Strawberry Peak. You might not see a lot of celebrities here, but you'll see plenty of stars. You'll find good eats, a place to sleep, and a huge playground. Whether you're enjoying the serenity of our mountains or the eclectic vibe of downtown and the notoriously charming Historic 25th Street, we hope you feel welcome in our home.
Attractions & Events
Ogden-Hinckley Airport (OGD) is less than 10 minutes from downtown Ogden, which offers local dining and shopping on Historic 25th Street, a major entertainment center at The Junction, and Riverbend Ogden, a new mixed-use development along the beautiful Ogden River. The airport is also within 30-40 minutes of Snowbasin (home of the 2002 Winter Olympic downhill and giant slalom events), Powder Mountain and Nordic Valley ski resorts. Flying into OGD is a great way to travel to many of Ogden's destination events, such as the Ogden Marathon, USA Cycling events, and the XTERRA Trail Running and Triathlon championships.
Visit Ogden has information on dining, shopping and recreation as well as travel packages to make your visit to Ogden even more enjoyable. They also have a calendar of events to help plan your trip.