If you've got questions about visiting Ogden, Utah, then we've got answers for you.
From weather to transportation, and what to do while you're in town, check out our FAQs page for more information.
A. Ogden is located 4,280 feet above sea level.
A. Approximately 238,519 in Weber County and Over 83,793 in Ogden City limits.
A. Ogden-Hinckley Airport, Utah’s busiest municipal airport is located in the southwest portion of Ogden City and offers direct flights from Phoenix, Arizona.
Salt Lake International Airport is about 35 miles South of Ogden on Interstate 15. The airport is a hub for Delta Airlines, offering non-stop service to 90 major cities within more than 500 daily flights.
A. Ogden is located along the northern end of the Wasatch Mountain range and is accessible by plane, car, or train. We’ve broken down the distances to some of the more popular locations below:
A. You can manage without one. From the Salt Lake City airport you can catch TRAX to the SLC Intermodal Hub, then the Front Runner train will bring you and your gear straight to downtown Ogden. From there you can take a bus or shuttle to your destination of choice. Utah Transit Authority (UTA) offers ski bus service from downtown hotels and the upper valley condos to all three local resorts. For details on schedules and routes, visit www.visitogden.com or ask at the front desk of your hotel. Even though you can manage without one, we would recommend getting one so you can get off the beaten path to the Shooting Star Saloon and Talisman Brewing Company.
A. The best time to come out and revel in the snow is between February and March. During this time you can likely enjoy a snow-filled powder day followed by a bluebird powder day in the same week!
A. Absolutely! Here is a list of some of our favorite winter activities:
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A. Roads are typically dry and clear. During winter months it is recommended to have a vehicle with four-wheel or all-wheel drive. We are a bronze level biking community, working our way towards silver and gold! Keep your eye out for cyclists in our canyons and on main roads. For road conditions please call Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) at 801-965-4000 or visit www.udot.utah.gov.
A. Experiencing Ogden’s weather is one of the best parts of visiting. Ogden, Utah features a relatively dry climate with warm summer days and some of the most beautiful winters in North America. Summer highs tend to be in the upper 70’s, with July averaging 90 degrees. Annual average precipitation is 24 inches. Rainfall is fairly even throughout the year, with May being the wettest month.
Winters are cold with temperatures in the 30’s. The coldest month is January with an average low of 20 degrees. In town, the annual snowfall measures 65.3 inches, while the surrounding ski resorts boast a whopping 450 inches annually, offering over 37 feet of pristine powder just a short twenty-minute drive from town.
Layers are recommended year-round as temperatures tend to vary 20 degrees or more from day to night.
A. We have done some of the work for you! Take a look at our Hot Deals page so that you can stay and play for less!
A. Never fear! There are some tricks to getting a stiff drink around here.
A. With over 100 independent restaurants and dozens of attractions your second choice will be as great as your first. First check out our events calendar, here you will have access to entertainment, walking tours, and daily events. Also, don''t be afraid to as the host where they would recommend to go next. Locals know best after all!
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