Skiing & Snowboarding in Ogden

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  • The Wasatch Ski Connection
    Strategically located on the road to a number of ski resorts in and around Salt Lake City, The Wasatch Ski Connection ensures thrill-seekers don?t show up to the slopes empty-footed. The knowledgeable staff stock the store with a full line of rentable skis and snowboards, as well as rentable clothing, including jackets, pants, and goggles. They also tune-up, repair, and wax equipment for those who own their own gear.
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    6755 S Wasatch Blvd.
    Salt Lake City, UT US
  • Cole Sport
    After living in Utah for a decade, Gary and Jana Cole fell in love with the mountains, inspiring them to open their namesake store in 1982 as a means of helping others enjoy the region's snowy slopes and rugged trails. At four locations throughout Park City, alpine adventurers can rent or buy name-brand skis and snowboards to replace their trusty but outdated cafeteria trays, gear up with fashionable and practical snow-sport apparel from brands such as Kjus and Bogner, or bring in worn-out equipment for expert repairs. In the summer, Cole Sport helps athletes return to the outdoors after a fear of yetis kept them cooped up inside all winter. Cyclists test out models from a fleet of Giant road, mountain, and cruise bikes at the Giant Bicycles concept store, and aquatic athletes can find Surftech stand-up paddleboards to help them explore Utah's natural lakes and in-ground pools.
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    7620 Royal St
    Park City, UT US
  • Canyon Sports
    For the past 20 years, Canyon Sports has helped adventurers safely scan the Wasatch Range with a series of shops specializing in equipment rental and maintenance. Throughout the winter, Canyon Sports equips mountain visitors with rental skis and snowboards. It also distributes lift tickets for local resorts including Alta, Snowbird, and Deer Valley, freeing skiers from alternative methods for getting to peaks, such as stowing away in a yeti's pouch. During warm seasons, the shops rent mountain bikes and road bikes and can also fine-tune riders' personal cycles.
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    4598 South 700 West
    Ogden, UT US
  • Wolf Mountain Resort
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    3567 Nordic Valley Way
    Eden, UT US
  • Wolf Creek, Utah
    At the base of a highland ridge overlooking the Ogden Valley, Wolf Creek Utah Golf Course showcases an 18-hole track that is both challenging and charming. Surrounded by rugged vistas of nearby mountains, the course attracts recreational and, since 1990, professional golfers, who compete in the annual Utah Golf Association Championship for bragging rights for the player with the fastest caddy rickshaw. It features water hazards that come into play on 13 holes, as well as doglegs on holes 3, 5, and 12. The ninth hole, rated the course’s most difficult, is a 579-yard straightaway with a narrow, tree-lined fairway and a green that is protected by water in the front, bunkers in the back, and a territorial flagstick that growls at incoming putts. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 6,889 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 72.1 from the back tees * Course slope of 135 from the back tees * Four sets of tees per hole * Scorecard
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    3900 N Wolf Creek Dr
    Eden, UT US
  • Snowbasin
    It was 1939 when a skier first zipped down Snowbasin's slopes. In the decades since, the historic resort has seen expansions, renovations, and momentous occasions, each of which culminated with its hosting several winter games events. Today, Snowbasin features 3,000 skiable acres over 3,000 vertical feet, punctuated by varied terrain, high-speed chairlifts, and multitudes of exhilarating activities. On the slopes, skiers have their pick of varying levels of difficulty via three progressive terrain parks with more than 65 rails. Guests can also glean insight from a team of PSIA/AASI–certified instructors more than 100 strong while practicing new techniques or attempting their first mountain yodel. The resort's list of attractions includes family-friendly activities, too, including a four-lane, lift-assisted tubing hill. Groomed, tree-studded Nordic trails provide a more tranquil outing, beckoning cross-country skiers to carve up the snow at no charge. When hunger strikes, groups can duck into Earl's Lodge at the mountain's base for wood-fired pizzas and burgers or venture up to the John Paul Lodge, where diners enjoy 360-degree panoramic views of the resort and the neighboring peak's yeti colony from the lodge's mountainside perch nearly 9,000 feet up.
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    3925 Snowbasin Rd.
    Huntsville, UT US

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