5 Reasons Why Ogden Is The Best Small City For Skiers In The USA

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Nowadays, the small city retains the same wild west feel just without the prostitutes and dens of ill-repute. Add in some of the best ski hills, a vibrant nightlife, not to mention the ‘Greatest Snow on Earth’ and Ogden is easily in the running for ‘Best Small City For Skiers/Riders In The USA.’ Here are the reasons why…

Chutes, Steeps, and “Powder Maniacs”

Three ski areas are within a 35 minute drive of downtown Ogden and they are all special for their own reasons. For skiers who dig steeps, Snowbasin is about as good as it gets in the Wasatch with way smaller crowds and better amenities than those found in Little Cottonwood Canyon. For those quirky powder hounds whose personality is as big as their skis, the upside down Powder Mountain is not to be missed. PowMow even claims to be the biggest ski area in North America with its 8,464 acres of skiable terrain and although not all of that land is completely lift-accessed (they rely heavily on cats to transport skiers)– the ski area is technically the largest ski area in North America and almost double the size of Whistler Blackcomb!

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