Florence and LeRoy Snooks became the parents of twin daughters, Nancy and Norene in 1919. Norene lived only a few hours and Nancy later died and was buried on her first birthday. The gravesite is pictured in 1919, and in 2016 at North Ogden's Ben Lomond Cemetery. ... See MoreSee Less
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Jeremy AverettWow. And what a shame not a single city official, the large property owners, or any of the developers over the last 40 years saw fit to provide a single point of access for climbers, hikers, recreationalists to enjoy these hills. Not without parking and walking/pedaling from the North Ogden pass, some two miles away.
I mean the trail system is great. Just breaks my heart that the neighborhood up there has no desire for a single parking space/park. They'd rather just lock everyone out and post signs saying that by order of the city to just stay away. What a shame.
The snow chutes/couloirs above this land are some of the best in Northern Utah for skiing and snowboarding. So I go up anyway.
You might own the property seen here, but you don't own the mountain.
Sorry, this ones a major sore spot of mine, and I wish everyone else's.
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Wayne RussellRemember when we were smart enough to not build houses right in the middle of Ben Lomonds alluvial fan?
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Allen SmithWonderful people.
I'm from Texas, have lived in Wyoming for 50 years, and am not LDS.
Wonderful people in Ogden.
David EldridgeHome for the last 3 weeks. My son says to me, "dad, how about that view?" Pointing to Ben Lomond. I turned to the bedroom window of the house I grew up in and told him everyday I looked out to be sure the mountain was still there. And when I leave to come back to Texas, I look out the window of the plane or the car as long as I can. I love this mountain and my hometown!