North Fork Park Trails - Waterfalls, Wildflowers, and More!

The North Fork Park trail system utilizes Weber County public space in the north west end of Liberty in Ogden Valley. The area is accessed from 3300 E to North Fork Road by way of two separate entrances: South Gate and Middle Gate. In summer, there are approximately 14 miles of accessible trails leading from North Fork Park.

Cutler Trail

3 Miles

Difficult

Lightly Trafficked

This is a very difficult ascent that connects after 3 miles to the Ben Lomond Trail. Lovely views, rough terrain, and over 3,000 feet of elevation gain make this trail one for the experienced. Dogs and horses alike would have difficulty doing this hike without proper foot attire.

Mule Ear and Mule Shoe Loop

5.5 Miles

Moderate

Lightly Trafficked

Dogs Allowed

Horses Allowed

Bikes Allowed

This North Fork Park loop trail combination is approximately 5.5 miles with some sharp turns and only a slight elevation change. Wildflowers, woodland scenery, and some views of the Ogden Valley make this a spectacular, family-friendly trail. It’s popular among local equestrians and mountain bikers alike, so beware.

Ben Lomond via North Fork

6 Miles

Moderate

Lightly Trafficked

Dogs Allowed

Horses Allowed

Bikes Allowed

Access one of Ogden’s most iconic peak’s via it’s namesake, the Ben Lomond Trail. This trail ascends roughly 6 miles up the east side of Ben Lomond rising 3,000 feet, averaging about a 10% rate of climb. Alpine meadows with frequent thick pines and a single track, this classic trail exemplifies the Wasatch mountain hiking or biking experience.

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