Eden, Utah is a small mountain resort town in the magnificent Ogen Valley, snuggled between Snowbasin, Powder Mountain, Wolf Mountain, Ogden River and Pineview Reservoir. Eden offers year-round adventure - world class skiing, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter and mountain biking, hiking, paddleboard yoga and much more when the snow melts. Eden is home to Powder Mountain ski resort and Wolf Creek Utah Ski Resort that locals still call by its old name Nordic Valley Ski Resort. Eden’s historic downtown has several beautiful 19th century buildings constructed by the original 15 settlers’ families.
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Powder Mountain is a ski resort near Eden, Utah, about 55 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport. Covering 8,464 acres, by skiable acreage Powder Mountain is the biggest ski resort in the States. It has 154 trails, two terrain parks and nine lifts. Because of its vast size, even on the busiest day it is possible to have privacy and have acres of terrain to yourself. Almost 3,000 acres of the resort is lift-served. The rest is heaven for powder hounds. The resort offers guided tours of the backcountry for the newcomers. Every year additional expert chutes and bowls are being added to the terrain used by the Snowcat Powder Expedition. This all-day snowcat adventure takes up to 20 guests a day for a full experience. A limited number of guided tours go to Wolf Canyon, Powder Mountain's steepest backcountry. In the summer, Powder mountain offers 26 miles of mountain bike trails.
6965 E Powder Mountain Rd, Eden, UT 84310, Phone: 801-745-3772
Located an hour drive from Salt lake City and with location all over northern Utah, Club Rec provides equipment and tours for those looking for an outdoor adventure. For the water lovers, they rent boats, wakeboards, ski boats, jet skis, wave runners or SeaDoos, kayaks, canoes, pedal boats, water trampolines and more. If you would like to head to the magnificent mountains in Northern Utah, they offer ATV, Motorcycle and Side by Side/UTV rentals. They also organize guided tours to some of the most spectacular places in Utah such as the Mantua Trail to Inspiration Point. They also sell water sports and outdoor gear.
3718 N Wolf Creek Dr #1, Eden, UT 84310, Phone: 801-745-3038
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Simply Eden is a family-owned business and a gift shop in Eden, Utah that offers a full line of beauty products and soaps made from organic goat milk. All products are handmade in Eden, Utah using high quality ingredients without damaging detergents and other harsh chemicals. Simply Eden offers soaps, lotions, body mousse, face cream and other products that are hand-made from their own hand-milked dairy goats. Goat milk bath and other body products are perfect for people with allergies or sensitive skin. Goat milk is full of vitamins, protein, minerals and natural fats. Goat milk has pH similar to a normal skin pH, making it much better tolerated. Simply Eden uses the traditional method of cold-process soap making, ensuring a mild, luxurious soap.
2612 N Hwy 162 #3, Eden, UT 84310, Phone: 801-745-5033
4.Nordic Valley Ski Resort
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Wolf Mountain, or officially Wolf Creek Utah Ski Resort, is a small ski area located in the Ogden Valley, near Eden, Utah. The area was known as Nordic Valley until it was acquired by the Wolf Creek Golf Resort. The resort is known as a great place to take kids to learn skiing or snowboarding. Wolf Mountain has a large beginner slope on the left and several longer and steeper runs on the right, with a terrain park between. Access to the beginner slope and the Wolf's Lair Terrain Park is provided by the short double chairlift Wolfdeedo Chair and the newly installed longer Wolf's Lair Triple Chair. Howling Wolf Chair, a longer double chairlift provides the only access to most of the resort's terrain . The entire mountain is brightly lit for night skiing. Wolf Mountain is considered the least expensive skiing in Utah.
3567 Nordic Valley Way, Eden, UT 84310, Phone: 801-745-3511
5.Carlos and Harley's
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Located inside the old 1800s Eden General Store, Carlos and Harley’s is a rustic, funky Mexican cantina in Eden, Utah, serving great margarita and popular Tex Mex eats. The Old Town General Store has been an Ogden VAlley fixture since 1890 when Elisha Wilbur built it to serve as a general store and post office downstairs and dance hall upstairs. It changed owners many times, and the current owner retained many antique details to preserve the original atmosphere and show respect for the place’s history. All meals start with the complimentary homemade warm tomato salsa with chips. You can add some homemade guacamole, followed by the house specialty, the sizzling fajitas, enchiladas, tacos, chicken poblano or some of ‘Tex’ specialty such as shrimps and ribs or juicy burgers. Wash it down with one of their fabulous margaritas, craft beers or anything else well-stocked bar offers. There is a nice outdoor patio for warm summer days.
5510 E 2200 N, Eden, UT 84310, Phone: 801-745-8226
6.Free Spirit Holistic Mountain Spa
Located in the historic Victorian Old Town Eden building, in the heart of Eden, Utah, Free Spirit Holistic Mountain Spa & Yoga is an intimate Aveda boutique spa. Their experienced staff invites you to pamper yourself through customized spa services that include spa treatments, massage and facials, combined with meditation and yoga retreats, with the goal of purifying and refreshing and bringing to balance your body, skin and mood. They also offer a vegan/vegetarian lunch, smoothie or cup of tea or espresso at their tea bar Gravitea. Their massage therapy offers a range of massage types, from the Holistic Mountain Massage and Chakra Massage to Prenatal and Couples Massage. Their Ayurvedic Therapy includes aromatherapy steam bath, Ahyanga Garshana Massage and Himalayan Rejuvenation and Shirodara. Visit to the Free Spirit spa is a great treat after a day on the slopes, or for a great girls night out.
2234 N 5500 E, Eden, UT 84310, Phone: 801-745-3630
7.Mad Moose Cafe
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Mad Moose Café is a charming, cozy café in downtown Eden, Utah, specializing in their own blend of Ethiopian coffee from Yirgacheffe Region they call Rough Rider Coffee or A Cup of Awesome. It is made using a traditional natural dry process. The coffee is only available in the café. Mad Moose also offers a range of hot and cold drinks, wine, beer and fresh food made in their open kitchen. They have Panini, salads, cookies, burgers and ice cream and plenty of free popcorn. They also have a nice outdoor space for the warm summer days, good music and free wifi.
2429 N Highway 158, Eden, UT 84310, Phone: 801-452-7425
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