Ben Lomond towers over Ogden and it has a pyramdical shape. Its south face is somewhat avalanche swept. Climbing may take 2-3 days depending on how good of a climber you are. The weather can close in quite quickly but usually nothing to serious. An ice ax and crampons would be required, it is completely snowcapped in the winter.
The rock on the mountain is made of shale so it is easily breakable, there is some parts that will have to have rock climbing but it wouldn't be to technical. This is just a fun mountain with a great view and you could ski down it to make it interesting if your looking for some extra fun.This is a great mountain for new climbers and is great for hiking in the summer and spring months.
|Difficulty:||Basic Snow/Ice Climb|
|Best months for climbing:||Jan, Feb, Nov, Dec|
|Nearest major airport:||Salt Lake International|
NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 4 trip reports for Ben Lomond Peak.
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- Log #21328 - by Dennis Barrett on July 03, 2008TO REACH TRAILHEAD I-15 TO 12TH STREET EXIT IN OGDEN. WEST ON 12TH STREET TO WASHINGTON. LEFT/NORTH ON WASHINGTON TO 3100N. RIGHT/EAST ON 3100N TO PASS(PAVED PARKING AREA OFF TO RIGHT).
- Log #17088 - by Andy Napiontek on July 07, 2004Whew!! Made it !! Great hike, weather cooperated well. Long day from the North Fork Park.
- Log #17090 - by Lyn on Aug 11, 2003The 2nd time was on the way to Willard Peak (the highest in the county). There were clouds everywhere. Ogden couldn't be seen. The sights (or lack of) were fantastastic.
- Log #17091 - by
Eric Maughan on Dec 08, 2002Well, I'm glad that this mountain is finally getting some attention! I've climbed this peak a few times, and I can say that this is a BIG piece of rock! I've always climbed it in the heat of summer,...