For Chicago gangster Al Capone, who committed and ordered countless murders and crimes in his day, there were few things he couldn’t handle.

Put Ogden, Utah on the list.

In the 1920s Capone famously commented that the railroad hub was too wild of a town for his liking. While Utah’s seventh largest city (pop. 82,825) has tamed down considerably since the days of Prohibition, a strong spirit of adventure remains.