People from all over the world come to Utah for amazing outdoor adventures. While southern Utah may get the attention when the weather is warm, northern Utah is the place to go in the winter. There is a lot of winter fun near Ogden to keep you busy all season long.
Located just a short drive from Ogden in Huntsville is the breathtaking Snowbasin Resort. The resort currently has its opening day scheduled for Wednesday, November 21st, so you can hit the slopes after you enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving feast.
Club Rec North
Get some high-speed winter thrills by going Snowmoboling with Club Rec. They have on-site rentals in nearby Eden and in Huntsville at the Pineview Resevoir. They also offer rentals for both cross country skis and snow shoes.
The beautiful Nordic Valley Ski Resort has its opening day scheduled for December 8th. Get a spectacular view of Eden while you ski down the well-manicured slopes.
Weber State Outdoor Programs
If you want to learn more about popular outdoor activities like desert backpacking skiing, or even rock climbing, Weber State, located here in Ogden, offers a variety of Adventure Program trips and events. These can help you learn better safety practices and what to do if you need help.
For a vehicle that can store all of your winter equipment come check out our lineup of SUVs and trucks at Westland Ford.
After taking a break for about eight years, the Ford Ranger is making a comeback. In fact, Ford has started production for the 2019 Ford Ranger at the newly transformed Michigan Assembly Plant. To celebrate the production, Ford invited the plant’s more than 3,000 employees to a special demonstration and off-road experience for the all-new truck.
This event not only celebrates the start of production, but a rebirth of the assembly plant. Ford has invested $850 million to revitalize the plant for modern production. In addition to the Ranger, the Michigan Assembly Plant will product the all-new Ford Bronco, which is scheduled for production in 2020.
“Ford truck fans demanded a midsize pickup that’s ‘Built Ford Tough,’ and we’re delivering with our all-new Ranger that’s specially designed and engineered for American truck customers,” said Joe Hinrichs, Ford’s president of global operations. “At the same time, we’re revitalizing our Michigan Assembly Plant and securing good-paying jobs for our hourly employees here in the U.S.”
With vehicles like the Ranger and Bronco, Ford is looking to transform its lineup. These vehicles are the first in a long line of all-new vehicles set to debut by 2020. In fact, Ford plans to revamp more than 75% of its portfolio by that time.
Learn more about what Ford has in store for the Ranger by following the Westland Ford blog.