The Wasatch Front is a region of north central Utah, generally defined by the cities along the western side of the Wasatch Mountains, most of which are bordered to the west by either the Great Salt Lake or Utah Lake. At the center of the Wasatch Front is Salt Lake City, the state's largest city and capital. The majority of the state's population live in this region, with a total population of more than 2,000,000.
The region stretches from Brigham City to Santaquin and includes the counties of Wasatch, Salt Lake, Utah, Morgan, Cache, Davis, Weber, Rich, and the western half of Summit County. Not everyone agrees on the strict limits of the Wasatch Front, however; some people argue that Logan and Cache Valley are part of the Wasatch Front or that the region goes as far south as Nephi.
Mount Ogden Via Ferrata (www.mountogdenviaferrata.com), 2900 Buchanan Avenue, Ogden, UT 84403 (Take the 31st Street Exit off of Interstate 15 in Ogden, proceed to the parking lot at the east end of 29th street at the base of the mountain), ☎ (801) 550-1761, . by reservation. http://travel.nytimes.com/2006/09/15/travel/escapes/15ferrata.html?pagewanted=2&_r=0 If you can climb a ladder, you can climb the Mount Ogden Via Ferrata! You're always attached to the safety cable. No ropes or knots required. Via Ferrata (Italian for "iron road") is a mountain-climbing method that lets less experienced climbers enjoy views and adrenaline rushes usually reserved for elite climbers. Conceived during World War I, via ferrata allowed Italian soldiers from the flatlands to move quickly through the mountains as they fought the Austrians for higher ground. Today there are over 500 via ferrata climbing routes in Europe, enjoyed by locals and tourists alike, ages 8 to 80. The "iron road" is now available in Utah with the Mount Ogden Via Ferrata.(+41.211779,-111.931874)edit
Utah Watercraft Rentals and Tours, 888-205-7119.  Many lakes and reservoirs in the Wasatch front to enjoy luxury vacation rentals and guided watercraft tours including; boats, jet skis, waverunners, houseboats, stand up paddle boards, wakeboards, water skis, other water toys, water sport lessons, and private tours.
Roosters Brew Pub on Historic 25th Street in Ogden. Be sure to read the Historical Register signs on the buildings on 25th Street. About 80% of the structures served as houses of Prostitution at one time or another. Ah...the joys of being a rough and tumble railroad town. Now most of those former whore houses are posh restaurants or art galleries.