Ben Lomond Trail

Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah

Elevation Gain3,766ft
Trailhead Elevation5,765ft
Elevation Min/Max5757/8710ft
Elevation Start/End5765/5765ft

Ben Lomond Trail

Ben Lomond Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Weber County, Utah. It is within Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. It is 5.9 miles long and begins at 5,765 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 11.9 miles with a total elevation gain of 3,766 feet. The Bailey Cabin Spring can be seen along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Terry's Trail, North Skyline Trail and Cutler Trail.

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60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Salt Lake City (Menasha Ridge Press)
Greg Witt
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"Ben Lomond has the longest, most gentle gradient of any summit trail in the Wasatch. Along the way you’re treated to continuous and commanding views in all directions, with a diverse range of vegetation and wildlife." Read more
"These are major Wasatch summits, with often incredible skiing and amazing views. The avalanche danger is potentially high but can be mitigated, especially by enjoying the lower terrain southeast of Ben Lomond. Cross-country skiing is excellent on the numerous summer roads of North Fork Park." Read more
"Ben Lomond Peak is the best-known peak in the Ogden area. Named after a mountain in the Scottish Highlands, it also holds the distinction of being the logo for Paramount Pictures. It is said that William W. Hodkinson, the founder of Paramount and a native of the Ogden area, drew the image in a likeness of his home mountains. Loved by trail runners, mountain bikers, hikers, and riders on horseback, this 9,712foot peak has four separate trailheads. The incredible views of Ogden, the Wasatch Range, Willard Bay, the Great Salt Lake, and surrounding peaks are just part of the allure." Read more

Ben Lomond Trail Reviews

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Finally did this hike after living in Ogden for most of my life. I went up from the North Ogden Divide trailhead. Long hike, but it is really pretty flat most of the way; even the switchbacks are pretty mild. Beautiful walk along the ridgeline for several miles. This won't be my last time up this trail.
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This amazing hike is not for the weak of heart. It is a fairly strenuous climb, particularly the first and last ascents. Be prepared to spend the whole day, and be sure to take plenty of water, there are no streams or ponds along the way. The views along the trail are beautiful; wild flowers and rugged pine trees line the trail along the way. From the top it is possible to see Logan, Huntsville, Brigham, and Ogden. Don't forget your camera.
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This trail is awesome if you want to get a tone of vert, and extreme dificulty try skiing the south face of Ben Lomond

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Trail Information

Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
Nearby City
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
Easy to Difficult
Skill Level
Camping, Horseback Riding
Additional Use
Ogden Ranger District, 507 25th St., Ogden 84401, (801) 625-5112; Weber County Parks and Recreation, (801) 399-8491.
Local Contacts
USGS North Ogden
Local Maps

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Dec 2018