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    Looking for the best rock climbing in Ogden? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Ogden. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

    Top Rock Climbing Spots in and near Ogden

    • Logan, Utah

      Hike to Saddleback Mountain Reflectors

      2.6 mi / 2302 ft gain
      Head east on the road going into Green Canyon, and just before the road turns Northeast, you will see a short dirt road continuing up towards the mountain next to a small power station. You can park anywhere along here. The trailhead is at the top of this road. The trail is hard to spot, but you ...
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    • Salt Lake City, Utah

      Climb West Slabs of Mount Olympus

      Park at the top of Thousand Oaks Drive, and make your way to the dirt path heading east. It will be a well maintained, well-covered single dirt track which takes you to the base of a really impressive couloir. Follow the trail until you reach the couloir / rocky gully. You will then see the West ...
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    • Salt Lake County, Utah

      Hidden Falls

      0.16 mi / 138 ft gain
      Hidden Falls is a beautiful little waterfall with minimal crowds. When I say minimal, I mean I've only seen another person there 1 of the 5 or 6 times that I have been. Take it in. Stay a while. Scramble around the small canyon for different perspectives of the falls or the creek. If you don't ha...
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    • Salt Lake County, Utah

      Broads Fork Twin Peaks

      8.57 mi / 4984 ft gain
      The Broads Fork trailhead starts in Big Cottonwood Canyon in the same parking lot as the Lake Blanche trailhead. This trailhead is on the west side of the parking lot. The trail is marked and easy to follow for a good chunk of the way. You will come to a big basin and alpine meadow where you wil...
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    • Cottonwood Heights, Utah

      Rock Climbing at Dogwood

      If you can avoid the crowds, Dogwood is an easy crag to get to with a lot of 5.fun climbs and a legendary 5.13a sport climb. From the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon, the Dogwood picnic area is 1.1 miles up the canyon. Park on the street to avoid having to pay $8 and walk into the picnic area. Fol...
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    • Park City, Utah

      Hike Fantasy Ridge to Desolation Peak from Canyons Village

      6.5 mi / 2000 ft gain
      The easiest way to start this hiking only trail is to jump on the Red Pine Gondola at the Canyons Village of Park City Mountain Resort. If you have an Epic Pass, the lift is free. Otherwise, you'll need to buy a ticket to ride to the base of Red Pine Lodge.  From the base of Red Pine Lodge (8,000...
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    • Sandy, Utah

      Explore Little Cottonwood Canyon's Lisa Falls

      Lisa Falls sits approximately 0.22 miles from Little Cottonwood Canyon Road. While the trail is not long or particularly steep, there are some large step ups that could be difficult for either the very old or very young. Nonetheless, this is a great option for a family outing.Once you arrive at t...
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    • Alta, Utah

      Hike and Scramble Mount Superior

      5 mi
      This is an intermediate to advanced hike. Scrambling up the ridge is more difficult but can be done by anyone with patience and a few maneuvering skills. It is best climbed in the summer months when the ridge is free of snow. However, it makes for a good winter climb for more technical experience...
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    • Sandy, Utah

      Hike and Climb the S. Ridge of Mt. Superior

      4.5 mi / 1800 ft gain
      Approach: Start by parking on the side of the road just above the Snowbird Cliff Lodge. Then there will be some bushwhacking as you work your way up the southern slopes of Mount Superior following the path of least resistance until reaching the winter avalanche path under the south face and to th...
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    • Richmond, Utah

      Hike Mt. Magog

      5 mi / 1702 ft gain
      Mt. Magog is one of the most visually striking mountains in the Bear River range. With its very rocky peak being visible from Tony Grove, it is often photographed, but rarely ever hiked. It is rarely hiked because there is not actually an official trail that goes to the summit. This makes the hik...
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    • Draper, Utah

      Lone Peak via Jacobs Ladder

      14.2 mi / 6713 ft gain
      The main trail to Lone Peak is via Jacobs Ladder. To get to the start of the trailhead you need to drive on a dirt road for a little bit until you get to a little parking area (start of the road indicated on the map). The trail starts just south of where you park on the dirt road. The Jacobs Lad...
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