Join the fun at TrailFest 2019, a community-wide free event to inspire the community to get active, discover, play, learn, connect, and celebrate our expansive network of urban trails sponsored by Weber Pathways and Bank of Utah.

Enjoy a wide variety of free trail activities along various segments of the newly-connected Centennial Trail, a 27-mile loop spanning Weber County communities.

When and Where:

Saturday, June 22, 2019 from 8 a.m. to noon on the trails and from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Ogden Amphitheater for a health fair expo and celebration.

How to Participate in the Free Event:

Pick up a TrailFest Passport at any of the hosted trail segments (View Map) and challenge yourself to stamp your passport at as many trail checkpoints as you can!

TrailFest participants can then bring their stamped passports to the TrailFest Health and Fitness Expo at the Ogden Amphitheater for a chance to win great prizes during a drawing at 1 p.m. The Expo will feature community organization booths, great food and beverages, and healthy family-oriented activities from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

The Centennial Trail is officially designated as the beautiful 27-miles loop formed by the Bonneville Shoreline, Ogden River Parkway and Weber River Parkway trails, passing through Ogden, South Ogden, Uintah, Riverdale, West Haven and Marriott-Slaterville.

Families are invited to pick up TrailFest Passports at any of the checkpoints on the Centennial Trail and get them stamped as they enjoy free activities along the trail,

Click here for an interactive map of all the trailhead checkpoints.

Activities include:

  • Fossil Casting at Ogden’s Eccles Dinosaur Park and Stewart Paleontology Museum. Learn about paleontology, see real dinosaur fossils, pet a dinosaur skin and make a plaster fossil casting to take home.
  • Free family fishing at the Grant Ave. check point on the Ogden River (children under 12 don’t need licenses and equipment is provided for all).
  • Free bike helmet giveaway by MountainStar Ogden Regional Medical Center, at the Timbermine check point.
  • Dog Comfort Stop sponsored by the Golden Spike Obedience Club at the Riverdale Kayak Park stop.
  • WSU Discovery Loop trailhead activities will be ongoing, with special demonstrations at 10:30 and 11:30 a.m.
  • Learn how climate changes our surroundings on a one-hour guided hike at 9:00 a.m. at the WSU Discovery Loop trailhead east of Stewart Stadium.
  • Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics activity shares important information and techniques to protect and enjoy our land responsibly, along the Ogden River Parkway near the Grant Avenue checkpoint.

Bank of Utah is excited to once again sponsor this great outdoor event for families. We hope hikers, bikers, runners and people who just love the outdoors, will take advantage of this fun, free event that Weber Pathways has created.

For more information about TrailFest and the trails go to or call (801) 393-2304.