Weber - 09. Ogden Whitewater Park


Weber, Utah, US

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09. Ogden Whitewater Park

Usual Difficulty II-III (varies with level)

Ogden Whitewater Park


Ogden Whitewater Park
Photo of Ogden Whitewater Park Hole #3 by David Weber

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
WEBER RIVER AT GATEWAY, UT
usgs-10136500 300 - 2000 cfs II-III 00h28m 72.1 cfs (too low)


River Description

The Ogden Whitewater Park is located on the Weber River in the city of Ogden and was officially opened October 21, 2000.

The Park consists of 4 holes with large eddies on every hole and an easy portage trail to return to the top.

Check the Utah Whitewater Club's Ogden Whitewater Park website for additional information



Directions:
From Ogden Union Station take 25th Street east to Lincoln Ave. Turn left and travel to 24th Street and take another left, traveling west over the railroad viaduct. Continue to B Street (550 W) and turn right. Turn right onto Exchange Road and travel east 50 yards to the Weber River bridge. Park on the northwest side of the bridge where there is easy access to the river (the park is 1.4 miles from Union Station).

From I-15 northbound take 24th Street exit and turn right onto Exchange Road. Follow 24th Street east to 400 west. Turn left onto B Ave. (550 W). Turn right onto Exchange Road and travel east 50 yards to the Weber River bridge. Park on the northwest side of the bridge there there is easy access to the river (the park is approximately 1.2 miles from I-15).

From I-15 southbound take 20th Street exit and travel east to Lincoln Ave. Turn right on Lincoln and travel south to 24th Street. Turn right on 24th Street, traveling west over the railroad viaduct. Continue to B Street (550 W) and turn right. Turn right onto Exchange Road and travel east 50 yards to the Weber River bridge. Park on the northwest side of the bridge where there is easy access to the river.
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Last Updated: 2017-07-09 22:30:00

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