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Ogden Christmas Tree on The Bonneville Shoreline

We finally did it! After one failed attempt, we headed back up the mountain to find the Ogden Christmas Tree on the Bonneville Shoreline Trail! It's just as lovely as all the photos we've seen. Lucky for us, this is a trail we know and love VERY much. We actually call it the Bench Hike Trail. Because if you go further south on the trail you'll find yourself at the best bench to view Ogden City. Today, it was 47 degrees. It was the perfect day to attempt hiking to the Ogden Christmas Tree. We tried earlier this week, but

Bench Hike in Ogden

The other day I looked at the mountains and realized they were changing color. We were going out of town the next day, but I knew I'd probably miss walking through the leaves if I didn't go that day. So I packed up the girls, dog, took my main little man to preschool and ran up to the trails. I only had two hours before preschool ended so I knew we had to boogie it. I accidently left my phone at home, so I was hoping we could time it just right. Aiko (4) wasn't that excited about it, until

Pond Trail 27th Street | Ogden | Adventurin'

My cousin told me about this trail in Ogden. Drive to the top of 27th until it dead ends. You can park there at the top of the hill. There are two trails at the trail head, one heading north and one heading south. It's basically a loop, so you can go either direction. We headed north and stayed to the right at each fork. Here is the dry river bed (I guess it only fills up every few years) As you stay right at the forks, you will run into the trail marker. The shoreline trail will connect you
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