Formed in 1995 by three concerned citizens to build a pedestrian trail in Ogden Canyon.

Concerns for private property rights in the Canyon pointed the founders down a different “path”.

Bonneville Shoreline Trail

Pineview Loop Pathway

Centennial Trail

Trail planning and construction was relatively easy and quick in the early days

Today, each trail and pathway constructed has years of planning, advocating and fundraising before a shovel hits the dirt.

Construction managed in 2013 and 2014 with two full-time staff and thousands of volunteer hours

13 miles of natural surface single track

2 miles of 10’ wide asphalt

2 miles of 10’ wide compacted gravel

110’ x 10’ steel and concrete bridge

55’ x 10’ wooden bridge

30’ x 10’ wooden bridge

Two 10’ x 10’ wooden bridges

Monitored and led puncture vine control efforts on the river parkways and Pineview pathway

Construction managed in 2015

6 miles of natural surface single track

½ mile of 10’ wide asphalt with 8” concrete curb

Monitored and led puncture vine control efforts on the river parkways and Pineview pathway

$1.62 million in trail and pathway facilities has been provided to the public of Weber County since 2004.

Funding sources:

NOT a part of Weber County government and receive NO tax money for overhead or matching funds for grant applications.

Donations from private individuals and foundations cover operating expenses and provide participating funds for construction project related grants

In-kind support – private professionals, government operations staff and equipment, volunteers in addition to WP Board members

Construction grants such as those provided through RAMP

To date, 55 trails spanning 250 miles have been constructed by Weber Pathways and its partners.