Sue and I decided to take a short hop up out of town and found a wonderful little bed and breakfast in Huntsville called the Atomic Chalet. Only about 70 miles away from home, the Ogden valley has to be one of the prettiest places along the Wasatch Front, and a nice ride to boot.
Nestled near Pineview Reservoir in Huntsville, UT, the Chalet is on a quiet little street in the middle of town. Our room felt like we were in a secluded cabin up in the woods. And Wes the innkeeper was a great host.
Originally from San Clemente, California, Wes was a skier who fell in love with the local ski resorts and landed in Huntsville in 2000 to build the bread and breakfast.
The room was comfortable right down to the down comforter. Breakfast was a European-style granola and yogurt parfait—a tasty way to start the morning and a quick ride around the lake.
After circling the lake through Huntsville, Eden, and Liberty we headed back for home. Although the morning started out pretty brisk, it was a beautiful day to be on the bike. The ride over Trapper’s Loop saw a lot of bicycles on the road, in addition to a number of motorcycles.
Definitely a nice way to end Memorial Day Weekend.