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Ogden City and Ogden Valley are separated by the majestic Wasatch Mountains. You can access both via canyon roads - it's a quick 10-15 minute drive in either direction.

Ogden Valley is an unspoiled, rural area that has little development and commercial zoning. Do we need Home Depot? No, because it's 20 minutes away. The City and the Valley are completely opposite of each other but are very connected.  The Solomon Center, with its Flowrider, I-Fly Skydiving, climbing wall, bowling alleys and kids arcade area, makes for a great destination for family fun. The Junction Megaplex Theater is just across the street and features 13 current movies, some in 3-D, with comfortable stadium seating and all the latest in audio-visual "bells and whistles." Historic 25th St. offers terrific boutique shopping, dining and Union Station, with its train history and Browning museums.  The summer calendar is filled with events in and around downtown Ogden.

When in the Valley, you would never guess that the city is so close. Snowbasin (lift served mountain biking & hiking, summer concerts)  Powder Mountain, Pineview Lake (kayaking, boating, swimming, fishing and fly fishing), Monte Cristo (#1 in the state for snowmobiling & ATV riding), North Fork (hiking, cross country and back country skiing), Wolf Creek Utah's golf course,  Ogden Valley Pathways (hiking, biking, mountain biking and horseback riding trails) are ALL located in the Valley.  It's quiet and serene in the Valley with breathtaking vistas, bluebird days and cool mountain evenings.

 The Valley includes three townships, Huntsville, Eden and Liberty. Huntsville is famous for their historic town square and old fashioned July 4 celebration. Wolf Mountain's Music in the Mountains summer concert series offers a terrific lineup of affordable summer music, including the Utah Symphony. Guests enjoy cool evening temperatures on a gently sloping amphitheater at the ski area's base.  Snowbasin is open for Sunday summer concerts, mountain biking, hiking, wildflower hunting and dining. The two lane roads that circumvent the Valley are very popular with road bikers, and it's not uncommon to see a peloton of riders out in the early mornings.  It is truly endless what you can do here.