Snowbird is a Utah ski and snowboard destination known for its annual average of 500 inches of powder snow. The mountain resort offers guests accommodation, spa services and dining, along with exceptional recreational activities.
Snowbird Mountain Statistics
- Summit elevation: 11,000 feet
- Base elevation: 7,760 feet
- Vertical drop: 3240 ‘
- Skiable area: 2500
- Trails: 85
- Beginner 27%, Intermediate 38%, Expert / Advanced 35%
Snowbird is only 29 miles from the Salt Lake City Airport.
Ski and Ride for Adults at Snowbird Snowbird offers adults multiple opportunities to improve skiing and riding skills with beginner group specials, private lessons, adult mountain workshops or expert clinics.
Specialized ski camps for women Enjoy the camaraderie of skiing with another woman and surpass your current level of skiing.
- January 14-17, 2011
- March 6-10, 2011
SheRide for women snowboarders Enjoy riding with another woman and take your riding level to the next level.
- January 30 to February 2, 2011
Children’s ski and snowboard school Children and teens can take private or group lessons from Snowbird’s ski and snowboard school. A special youth vacation camp is also offered on the following dates:
- December 28-30, 2011
- February 22-24, 1011
Snowbird Countryside Tours Tour the exciting and beautiful Wasatch countryside led by expert guides. Try an introduction to ski touring, snowshoeing and hiking, lift-assisted backcountry tours, or mountaineering.
Snowmobile at Snowbird Head near the top of an 11,000-foot summit where 50,000 acres of riding are available with views of the Wasatch Mountains.
Snowshoe snowbird Snowshoe excursions are organized every day to explore the mountain. Enjoy the mountainous terrain and views at your own pace.