Mountain Luxury Lodging Blog: Escape to the Mountains in Ogden Valley

Mountain Luxury Lodging Blog

A blog centered around mountain living. At Mountain Luxury, we provide articles on all the interesting happenings in Ogden Valley and the surrounding areas. Planning a stay in the valley? Explore Eden and Huntsville, Utah while staying in one of our luxury vacation rentals. Find things to do in Ogden Valley, upcoming events, and the best restaurants around! For more information on community journalism, check out Journalism in Real Estate.


El Doce at Powder Mountain

El Doce at Powder Mountain Ski Resort

Mountain Biking in Paradise By Brian Nicholson They say good things come in threes, but whoever made up that saying hasn’t been to Powder Mountain Resort on a mountain bike Up here, good things come in twelves. Held this year on August 18, 2018, the second annual El Doce at Pow Mow premier mountain biking […]

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All Abilities Playground Roy Utah

Weber School Foundation: Mountain Life Podcast EP. 3

An Educational Non-Profit Organization Executive Director: Chris Zimmerman Occupational Therapist: Mona Overstag Board Member: Brandi Hammon When special needs students desired an accessible playground, the Weber School Foundation funded an all-abilities area at North Park Roy Elementary, uniting kids and making it the most popular school playground. “Like Any Other Kid” is the motto fueling […]

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Huntsville blacksmith shop

The History Behind Ragnar Forge

Eden, Utah’s Blacksmith Shop Written and Photographed by Brian Nicholson Built in 1895, the old historic building across the street from Eden Park, which had once provided essential services to the farmers in the valley, had sat vacant for years. The old brick walls still housed all the tools, horseshoes, machines, and bellows which had […]

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Powder Mountain Brim Trail

Pedal in Full Bloom

Powder Mountain’s Brim Trail By Brian Nicholson Photography by Paul Bundy   When it comes to Powder Mountain, most people immediately think of the miles and miles of untracked powder, the secluded atmosphere, short lift lines, and epic skiing. While those things are all true about this northern Utah resort, the summertime brings with it […]

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Things to do in Ogden Valley this Winter

Winter Weekends in Ogden Valley

Things To Do on Winter Weekends By R. Brandon Long Locally sourced organic eats, historic charm, numerous adventures, and non-crowded lift lines attracts visitors from around the world to Ogden Valley. Even President Teddy Roosevelt once explored the area when a trolley was the only means of transportation through the narrow ravine. Much of the […]

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Ogden Valley Ski Team All Stars

Mountain Life Podcast with Mountain Luxury’s Brandi Hammon – Ogden Valley Ski Team

  Next time an eight-year-old charges past you on one of Snowbasin’s Black Diamond runs, it’s likely they’re wearing an Ogden Valley Ski Team jacket. Gordon Perry, Executive Director, along with OVST president Jeff Barber, and team are committed to training the next generation of ski racers and freeride specialists. Mountain Luxury’s Brandi Hammon and […]

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Rocky Mountain Wakesurf Pineview Reservoir

Things To Do in Summer

Summertime Activities Need ideas for things to do this summer? Ogden and Ogden Valley provide plenty of recreational activities so you can stay busy all season! Cool off in the mountains and explore miles upon miles of hiking and biking trails or take a dip in Pineview Reservoir’s emerald green waters. Boating Hit the water […]

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Huntsville and Liberty Days

Ogden Valley’s Fourth of July

Huntsville Town and Liberty Days By: Brian Nicholson Photography by: Les Vierra and Ann Montgomery If you’ve lived in Northern Utah during any particular summer, you’ve likely heard of the Huntsville Pancake Breakfast that takes place every year on Independence Day. It’s certainly worth adding the tradition to your patriotic holiday, but to take advantage […]

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mountain biking ogden valley

18 Summer Date Ideas in Ogden, Utah

Are you ready to try something new and exciting on your next night out? With so mountain adventures and recreation opportunities near, here is a list of 18 great ways to spice up your date night. This list is sorted so it’s easy to find the options to best suit your budget! There is no […]

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Warren Miller Tribute

A Tribute to Warren Miller

Born in 1924, legendary skiing icon and filmmaker Warren Miller died Wednesday night, January 24 at his home in Orcas Island, Washington. He was 93. Miller’s passion for telling stories about outdoor sports lead to the creation of over 500 films in that genre. His ski movies are how most people identify him, and because […]

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