I have wanted to climb the Grand Teton for many years. It took lots of experience and prep for me to be ready. This spring and summer, I have been hiking nearly everything local in order to be ready for my trip, focusing on steep climbs. I used a training plan, much like I would to prepare for an endurance race. I put a lot into … Continue reading Climbing the Grand Teton: The Local Mother of All Hikes
Get out and enjoy beautiful North Ogden! North Ogden City would like to invite you to be a part of our fifth Annual N.O. Limits Half Marathon & 5K events on April 28, 2018. These races were named for the half marathon course that runs around the outer limits of North Ogden City and includes over 4.2 miles of trail and beautiful scenery. Enjoy the … Continue reading N.O. Limits Half Marathon & 5K Run
Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer in the United States. More people die or are disabled by heart attacks and strokes than any other diseases. So is there anything you can do about it? The answer is YES! Here a few helpful tips to minimize your risk and improve your health. 1. KNOW YOUR RISK Do you know your cholesterol? How about your blood … Continue reading How can I improve My Heart Health
Lone Peak is one of the most dramatic features in the Wasatch Range. And one of the most challenging and spectacular hikes. The peak is a sharp point set in a line of gray granite cliffs. Begin by finding the Jacob’s Ladder Trailhead along the unpaved Draper-Alpine road. From the bottom of the trail, you have a view of the valley and the Draper LDS … Continue reading Hike Lone Peak
It’s time to climb the highest mountain in Utah! I have thought it was time for years, but this summer, the girls and I were ready to climb King’s Peak. All 13,528 feet of it. The peak is hidden deep in the middle of the spectacular Uintah mountain range. We loaded our backpacks and began our journey by traveling to Evanston, WY, and then to … Continue reading Hike: King’s Peak
Marci Barker here! I’m ecstatic to be offering some insight to all of my fellow neighbors regarding health and wellness, especially in the midst of this holiday season. Come on, we all know we need that little push of accountability and guidance to stay on track. Just because it’s the holidays doesn’t mean we have to gain weight or become a victim of unhealthy traditions. … Continue reading Happy November!
These good ole’ boys play pool every week. Dennis Crezee, Bob Stemm, Eddie Hunt, John Myers, and JERRY PROCTOR (capitalized for emphasis). These men have lived in the area from 2 to 55 years respectively. Their lives have taken them all over from Sunset, Farr West, Logan, Salt Lake and New York but now it has brought them to the North Ogden area to become … Continue reading North View Senior Center Life is busy here
This summer a friend and I decided to go for a few days hike up Logan Canyon. We walked along the river path and stopped at the Nature Center. There we picked up a hiking trail guide. The next few hikes were to the Wind Cave and next to the Indian named campground.On our journey, we met several girls camp and scout groups. We enjoyed … Continue reading Logan Canyon