Kenneth Mays
Weber Pathways is inviting the public to put on their walking shoes, hop on a bicycle or start running at Bank of Utah TrailFest 2017, a celebration of Weber County’s trail network.

OGDEN — Weber Pathways is inviting the public to put on their walking shoes, hop on a bicycle or start running at Bank of Utah TrailFest 2017, a celebration of Weber County’s trail network.

The event, which starts at 8 a.m. Saturday, includes a morning of hiking and biking on the Centennial Trail, followed by a festival with vendors, food, family-oriented activities and a free concert by Nashville’s Crimson Calamity.

The festival will take place at the Ogden Amphitheater, 343 E. 25th St, from noon to 3 p.m.

The public is encouraged to pick up a TrailFest passport at any of the hosted trail segments and get their passports stamped at as many checkpoints as they can. Participants can then bring their passports to the festival for a chance to win one of several prizes.

The Centennial Trail is a 27-mile loop formed by the Bonneville Shoreline, Ogden River Parkway and Weber River Parkway trails. It passes through the Weber County communities of Ogden, South Ogden, Uintah, Riverdale, West Haven and Marriott-Slaterville.

For more information, go to weberpathways.org.