Snowbasin features award-winning access, just 45-minutes north of Salt Lake City and one hour from Park City. Getting here, is one of the reasons why many guests choose us as their ski destination.
We are located at 3925 E. Snowbasin Road in Huntsville, Utah.
•From Salt Lake City, take I-15 north to U.S. 89 North. Exit on I-84 East through Weber Cayon to enter Mountain Green. Snowbasin Resort is 8 miles from Mountain Green on S.R. 167 (Trappers Loop) and Snowbasin Road.
•From Park City, take I-80 East to I-84 West and exit in Mountain Green. From there, head 8 miles up S.R. 167 (Trappers Loop) and Snowbasin Road.
Snowbasin features several options to park, with complimentary guest shuttles to conventiently access the base area. To reduce enviornmental impact and to alleviate congestion, we encourage carpooling or public transportation whenever possible. Terrace A is reserved for carpoolers with three or more people, while availability lasts.
*New for 2020-21: A slopeside drop-off zone was added to the Wildcat Parking Lot, providing easy access to ski to lifts without entering the base area. Additionally, a trail was added near the top of Littlecat Chairlift to allow guests ski down to the Canyon Rim Parking Lot.
Utah Transportation Authority (UTA) Bus Service operates daily between December 12th and March 28th with routes from Davis County and Ogden to-and-from Snowbasin Resort. Our Season Pass Holders receive a discounted bus pass for just $10 each winter. Learn More >>
Utah Transportation Authority (UTA) operates several 'Park & Ride' lots in Weber and Davis County with free day or extended parking to encourage carpooling & public transportation. Round-trip UTA Ski Bus service is available from the following Park & Ride locations:
•Highway 89 and Antelope Dr.
•Layton Frontrunner Station
To view all Park & Ride locations, Click Here >>
When you buy your tickets, lessons or rentals online in advance, you can easily pick them up in our base area.
Welcome to legendary Snowbasin Resort in Utah, with 3,000 vertical feet and 3,000 acres of terrain for every skier to explore. Renowned as a world-class family destination, we are one of the oldest continually operated ski resorts in North America and home to the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Games.