Just a 40-minute drive from Salt Lake City, Snowbasin has 3,000 skiable acres and 3,000 vertical feet and is best known for wide-open bowls, gladed and manicured runs, powder stashes days after a storm, four terrain parks, and excellent service.
• Base Elevation: 6,450 feet (1,966 meters)
• Peak Elevation: Top of Allen Peak Tram 9,366 feet (2,855 meters)
Snowbasin hosted its first ski race in December 1940, attracting 75 racers, while Sverre and Corey Engen opened Snowbasin’s first ski school in 1941. Over the years, the resort hosted NCAA National Ski Championships, the 2001 Disabled World Cup, and the Utah Winter Games. In 2002, Snowbasin Resort hosted the Men’s and Women’s Olympic Winter Games Downhill, Super G, Combined, and Paralympic events.
Daily | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday | 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Late-November to Mid-April
Mid-June to Late-September
300 inches (762 centimeters)
2,830 acres (1145 hectares)
6,450 feet (1,966 meters)
Top of Mt. Allen Tram: 9,366 feet (2,855 meters)
2,915 feet (889 meters)
106 total trails
11 total lifts