Winter is fast approaching and we want all our season pass holders to get their passes prior to opening day, so they can head straight to the lift! The Grizzly Center will be open Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm for season pass purchase and printing, shopping, and Learn & Earn pick up all throughout October.
Grizzly Center Open Weekends on October 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.
Can't make it to Snowbasin to get your pass printed? We will be off-site printing passes at these locations.
Saturday, October 6: Alpine Sports
1165 Patterson St, Ogden, UT 84403
Hours 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday, October 10th: WSU Gear Sale
WSU Lower Bell Tower Plaza
Hours 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Friday, October 12th, Saturday, October 13th Sunday, October 14th: 2nd Tracks Ski Swap Tent Sale
1273 Canyon Road, Ogden, UT
Hours Friday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Hours Saturday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Hours Sunday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday, October 26th & Saturday, October 27th: Snowbasin Ski Sale & Swap
Legacy Event Center, 151 S 1100 W, Farmington, UT 84025
Hours Friday: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Hours Saturday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday, November 9th - Saturday, November 10th: Ogden Ski Swap Weber County Fairgrounds
Golden Spike Event Center, 1000N 1200 W St, Ogden, UT 84404
Hours Friday: 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Hours Saturday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
If you haven't purchased your pass yet, you can still do that at one of these places or online at www.snowbasin.com
Snowbasin Resort keeps the fun going well into the late fall at the resort. Snowbasin wraps up the normal summer season with the Annual Beer Fest on October 7 with free live music from the Young Dubliners. In addition to the Beer Fest, other events include, a Job Fair to learn about the career opportunities at Snowbasin this winter on October 13, a dining discovery dinner on October 19 with a Clam Bake theme, and the popular, family-friendly Halloween Extravaganza on October 27.
Come view the changing leaves and spend the afternoon in the high alpine environment tasting local beers and listening to free live music at the annual Basin Beer Fest on Sunday, October 7th. Sample beers from local breweries including Kiitos, Shades of Pale, Red Rock, Epic, Park City, Roosters, Uinta, Bohemian, Talisman, Wasatch, Squatters, Moab, and RoHa. There will also be Bavarian-themed food to dine on and free music from Underground Cash, Angela Perley & The Howlin Moons, & The Young Dubliners. All ages welcome, but guests will need to be 21+ to enjoy the beer. Admission to the Beer Fest is free and 6 oz. samples of beer are available by purchasing tokens at just $2.50 each. For the beer connoisseurs, Snowbasin offers different packages that include a beer fest mug & a set amount of tokens. If a guest has a Blues, Brews & BBQ mug, they are welcome to bring them; just note that it will take (5) five tokens to fill the mug.
Ever wanted to work in the outdoor and tourism industry? The Snowbasin Job Fair on October 13 is a great place to learn about the variety of opportunities Snowbasin offers. All employees receive a free season pass, discounts on food, retail and more. With so many departments it takes to run a ski resort, there is bound to be a job for everyone with part-time and full-time opportunities including jobs at a desk, outdoor, in the rental shop, in culinary, and more. All hiring managers will be on site to meet potential employees and discuss their jobs available for this upcoming season. The job fair takes place in Earl’s Lodge and runs from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. If interested in joining their team and can’t make the job fair, check out the website at http://www.snowbasin.com/employement.
October has a dining event for adults looking for a night out ‘on the town’ and a dining event for the whole family. On Friday, October 19 Snowbasin’s chefs will be preparing a traditional New England Clambake with some Snowbasin flair. Snowbasin chefs will build a fire pit with local granite rock and Gambel oak wood; then bury all the ingredients in layers of seaweed, wet burlap and sand. Before the meal, all the items will be dug up, placed in piles and then served for your pleasure. While everyone dines there will be live music from the Roadside Ramblers. Reservations are required for the Clam Bake. The Annual Halloween Bash is back at Earl’s Lodge on Saturday, October 27 from 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm. Bring all your ghouls and goblins for a scary good time with live DJ, family games, a costume contest, cash bar, and a festive all-you-can-eat buffet. Reservations are recommended for Halloween. This is a fun family event you won’t want to miss. Make your reservations for one or both of these fun evenings by calling 801-620-1021.
Snowbasin Resort is gearing up for winter and finishing up a few projects to improve the guest experience. In the base area, Snowbasin spent the summer doing a renovation of Earl’s Lodge that will increase seating capacity in the Cinnabar by 50 percent. This renovation is the precursor for expanded seating in both the Huntington Room and Main Dining Room on the docket for completion next winter. Adding more seating in the Cinnabar will allow more guests to enjoy the full bar and gastro pub style food while listening to the free music every weekend throughout the winter.
Snowbasin’s mountain operations team worked over the summer grading and widening the existing Mt. Ogden Bowl Road, creating a more consistent pitch that will enable earlier grooming in the season to provide intermediate level skiers and riders with a better experience coming down from John Paul Lodge.
With the success of private lesson early access on the weekends last season, Snowbasin Snow Sports School is excited to offer early access during private lessons 7 days a week. Guests can book a lesson for themselves or grab their four closest friends and hit the slopes for an hour before the public. Plus, adults wanting to perfect their skills can sign up for the 3 day Steeps Clinic or the 3 day Women’s Clinic taught by two-time Olympian, Jillian Vogtli.
The best way to enjoy these new improvements is to purchase a season pass at Snowbasin Resort. For the best price, guests should buy before September 3. Snowbasin offers a variety of pass products to cater to everyone. The adult passes start at just $489 for a midweek pass and go up in price, offering more benefits with each product. The value pass for adults is $599 offering access to Snowbasin with some blackout dates during holidays. The premier pass for adults is $799 and offers unlimited access and the additional benefits of 5 days at Sun Valley, 50% off Mountain Collective destinations, private lesson discounts, 2018 summer access (until October 7) and so much more.
The youth (ages 7-12), teen (ages 13-18), and young adult (ages 19-26) passes are all premier passes offering unlimited access and the additional benefits of 5 days at Sun Valley, 50% off Mountain Collective destinations, private lesson discounts, 2018 summer access and so much more. The youth pass is just $249. The teen pass is only $349 and the young adult pass is $519. Snowbasin also offers military discounted passes and senior discounted passes.
Snowbasin Resort is a hidden gem with easy access from Ogden, Salt Lake City, and Park City. Touting 3,000 acres and 3,000 vertical Snowbasin’s terrain has a lot to offer every skier and rider out there. Furthermore, Snowbasin is regularly ranked in the top 10 by Ski Magazine for Service, Grooming, and Lifts. These are just a few reasons Snowbasin is the perfect place to spend the winter months in Utah and the best way to do that is by purchasing a season pass. Remember the price goes up September 3, 2018.
To purchase a season pass, please visit http://www.snowbasin.com or call 801.620.1000.
September at Snowbasin Resort will be a savory month with all the food-centric activities with Blues, Brews & BBQ, No Name Chili Fest, Mountain Top Brunch, a dining discovery Kombucha Social and annual dining discovery Farm to Table.
Labor Day Weekend is the perfect weekend to spend at Snowbasin Resort. Sunday, September 2nd is the largest free Blues, Brews & BBQ of the season featuring Leftover Salmon, Amy Helm, Dead Winter Carpenters, and Michelle Moonshine. The music will fill the mountain air and the Snowbasin Culinary staff smokes all the BBQ in-house so it just melts in your mouth. It’s the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon. On Monday, September 3rd Snowbasin hosts their annual No-Name Chili Fest where the guests get to taste, sample, and vote on their favorite chili to be highlighted at John Paul Lodge the upcoming winter. New this year, Snowbasin is opening it to public submissions as well. Public entries can fill out a form on the event page on the website. The No Name Chili Fest is a food drive for the Utah Bank. All guests are encouraged to bring non-perishable foods to fill a gondola with. A tasting ticket for adults is $15 or $13 if someone brings non-perishable food items. The tasting ticket for children ages 6-11 is $8. For every tasting ticket sold, Snowbasin will donate $2 of the sales to the Utah Food Bank as well as the food collected.
With just a month left of the summer season, guests should make sure to try the most talked about brunch in Northern Utah. Start your Sunday morning off with a gondola ride to 8,900 feet to an all-you-can-eat locally sourced brunch with magnificent views of the Ogden Valley. Each week the menu changes based on the availability of local produce, so our chefs can prepare the freshest food possible. Mountain Top Brunch happens every Sunday from 10:30 am – 2: 30 pm. Reservations are recommended, especially since this is a popular summer bucket list item.
Snowbasin is offering two dining discovery events in September. The first one, Snowbasin is partnering with local Kombucha brewer, Sünnte to offer a Kombucha Social with small plates and a variety of Kombucha flavors on Friday, September 14. Then the local favorite, Farm to Table dinner will be held on Friday, September 21 at Needles Lodge. Guests will take the gondola to the top to be welcomed with a 5-course meal with locally sourced ingredients from the employee garden, Sandhill Farms, and Borski Farms. Guests will have the opportunity to chat with the chefs and the local purveyors about the food served at the meal.
To learn more information, please visit http://www.snowbasin.com or call 801-620-1000 to make reservations today!