Spend Labor Day Weekend at Snowbasin Resort. Stay a little closer to home and spend more time having fun and less time traveling. Saturday through Monday, Snowbasin Resort is offering activities for everyone. Saturday Needles Gondola will run 10:00 am – 6:00 pm taking hikers and bikers to the top of the mountain. Come around lunch time and take a break at Needles Lodge with the unique ‘Burger Spa’ menu. Try one of the specialty burgers like the Jamaican Me Crazy that has jerked pork belly, mango coconut slaw and Gouda.
Sunday, there will be Mountain Top Brunch at Needles Lodge and an elevated Blues, Brews & BBQ with six bands! The Mountain Top Brunch is a popular dining experience at Snowbasin and is one of those summer bucket list items you have to try in Northern Utah. The music starts at 12:00 pm and doesn’t stop until 6:00 pm. Snowbasin will have music from Tom Bennett, Michelle Moonshine, Troubadour 77, The Whiskey Gentry, Ghosts of Paul Revere, and the headliners – Los Lobos. Bring your family, friends, blankets, chairs, and furry friends to enjoy a free afternoon concert. The Grizzly Center is open selling sun shades, chairs and everything you would need to have a perfect afternoon.
Monday is Snowbasin’s annual No- Name Chili Fest with a food drive for the Utah Food Bank. The Snowbasin Resort culinary team will make batches of their own personal chilis for guests to sample, taste and vote on. The winning chili will be served all year long at John Paul Lodge for the 2017-2018 winter season. Snowbasin will be offering a discount on admission with a food donation. With a food donation, taste all the chilis and vote on a winner for just $13 or $15 with no food donation. Snowbasin hopes you will bring as many food donations as you can and help them reach their goal to fill a whole gondola with food! All ages are welcome; there will be free music from the Outervibe and children’s activities and games.
After careful monitoring of the ever evolving environment around COVID-19, and following guidance from local and national health organizations, Sun Valley and Snowbasin Resorts have decided to close for the remainder of the 2019-20 winter season, effective March 16, 2020. This decision has been made proactively for the safety and interest of our employees, guests and communities.Read More