Mount Ogden

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Mount Ogden
Mt. Ogden from the west
Highest point
Elevation9,579 ft (2,920 m)  NAVD 88[1]
Prominence3,810 feet (1,161 m) [2]
Coordinates41°12′00″N 111°52′55″W / 41.199913961°N 111.882033519°W / 41.199913961; -111.882033519Coordinates: 41°12′00″N 111°52′55″W / 41.199913961°N 111.882033519°W / 41.199913961; -111.882033519[1]
Mount Ogden is located in Utah
Mount Ogden
Location in Utah
LocationWeber County, Utah, U.S.
Parent rangeWasatch Range
Topo mapUSGS Ogden

Mount Ogden is a peak in Weber County, Utah, United States in the northern Wasatch Range.

Mount Ogden has an elevation of 9,579 feet (2,920 m). The peak is popular with hikers, particularly in its three main canyons: Beus, Waterfall, and Taylor Canyons. The mountain’s east face has some good technical crack and face climbing routes. The summit accommodates several large radio towers and a helipad.

Mount Ogden is home to Snowbasin ski resort, where the 2002 Olympics downhill ski races were held.

Mount Ogden from the east, with Pineview Reservoir in the foreground


  1. ^ a b "Ogden Peak". NGS data sheet. U.S. National Geodetic Survey. Retrieved 2016-04-22.
  2. ^ "Mount Ogden, Utah". Retrieved 2016-04-22.

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