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Ogden Travel Guide  

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Ogden is the county seat of Weber County in Utah, USA. Located at the base of the Wasatch Front and flanked by the Rocky Mountains, the city covers an area of 69 sq km.
The climate in Ogden is characterized by low humidity. In summer, the average temperature is 24°C, while the average winter temperature is –3°C. Spring and fall have an average temperature of 10°C.
Settled in 1845 on the Weber River, this one-time farming community rapidly grew after becoming the centre for the intercontinental railroad. Today, the city has a population of around 79,000.
Ogden has some of the most spectacular mountain trails and views which make it a great place for sports and other outdoor activities. Seated at the intersection of the Ogden and Weber Rivers, the city is a great destination for fishing. Powder Mountain and Snowbasin are popular ski resorts. The Hill Air Force Base is another major attraction in Ogden.

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Reviews Ogden

Robert Bale
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Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Ogden Eccles Dinosaur Park lies on the banks of the River Ogden and covers an area of 5 acres of landscaped land. There are more than hundred life size replicas of dinosaurs in the park. Golden Spike National Historic Site... more lies in Northern Utah and was built in 1965 for honoring the completion of the 1st transcontinental railroad across the United States of America. Peery’s Egyptian Theater is a movie hall which was built in 1924. The structure was later reopened in 1997 to include a performing arts center as well. The Ogden Utah Temple is dedicated to Lord Jesus Christ and is built with a contemporary single spire design. The total floor area of the temple covers hundred and fifteen thousand square feet and has gold windows with directional glass which adds to the beauty of the structure. One can also enjoy skiing at Snowbasin, which is one of the oldest ski resorts in USA in the city of Ogden which opened in 1939 and has also held the 2002 Winter Olympic races here.    
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