Welcome to 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 destination, we are one of the oldest continually operated ski resorts in North America and home to the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Games.
This season, we're upgrading our guest experience with exciting additions. Middle Bowl is being replaced a new six-person express lift and parking is being expanded in our Maples and Canyon Rim areas. Learn more >>
Located just 45 minutes north of Salt Lake International Airport, 20 minutes from Ogden, and less than one hour from Park City, at Snowbasin you’ll spend less time traveling and more time on the slopes. As Ski Magazine’s 2019 award-winner for access, we’re an easy-open highway away from a world-class international airport with 93 nonstop destinations.
Nestled on the backside of the Wasatch Range, we are minutes from Ogden, Davis County and the beautiful Ogden Valley featuring many places to stay and daily bus transportation available.Get Directions
Composed of three unique areas, Snowbasin Resort offers bucket-list terrain for every skier. Backed by the most advanced lift-system in Utah, enjoy bottom-to-top access from the three prestigious lifts.
Providing access from the base-area to the Needles Lodge at 8,700 feet, the heart of Snowbasin features world-class groomed runs, ranked No. 3 in the West by Ski Magazine. From here, enjoy our largest variety intermediate and beginner terrain, plus three terrain parks to explore.
Located on the south end of the resort, experience unique wide-open bowls and groomed runs that go on for miles. From the top, take in panoramic views to the west of Ogden and the Great Salt Lake. Home to bucket-list expert terrain including Sister’s Bowl, Middle Bowl Cirque and Lone Tree, these areas offer terrain that rival any resort in North America.
Providing access from the base area to the north end of the resort, you’ll arrive at the iconic John Paul Lodge at 9,000 of with views Mount Ogden and the entire Snowbasin ridgeline. This area features steep tree skiing and the world-famous Grizzly & Wildflower Downhill Courses from the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Games. Go even higher on the Allen Peak Tram and take-in 360-degree views of multiple states. For intermediate skiers, enjoy the scenic route from our newly enhanced Mt. Ogden Bowl Road.
The best way to get the most of Snowbasin is with our season pass. Receive unlimited summer and winter access with the Premier Pass, plus up to five days at Sun Valley Resort. Or, save with our Value Pass that has limited blackout dates.
Snowbasin has joined the industry-leading Epic Pass. Receive up to seven days with no blackout dates on the Epic Pass, two restricted days with the Epic Local Pass and all available days on an Epic 4-7 Day Pass.
Located in the base area, experience the newly renovated servery, adding expanded food and beverage offerings.
Located in Earl’s Lodge, this favorite apres ski location provides gastro-pub style cuisine and a full complement of spirits, wine and local craft beer. Features live music and entertainment on weekends.
New for the 2020-21 season, experience our latest full-service bar in Needles Lodge, with panoramic views of the Ogden Valley from 8,700' elevation.
Located at 9,000 feet at the top of John Paul Express, enjoy Bavarian-themed breakfast and lunch from this servery with unbeatable views of Mt. Ogden and the Snowbasin Resort ridgeline.
Established in 1940, Snowbasin is one of the oldest continually operating ski areas in North America. Alf Engen, the pioneer of powder skiing, helped architect our unique ski runs that feature wide-open bowls, world-class groomers, and steep trees runs. It formed as an authentic ski area nestled on the back-side of Mt. Ogden’s stunning peaks carved by prehistoric glaciers.
Snowbasin underwent a world-class transformation as the host of the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Games downhill events, adding three luxurious lodges and expanded terrain with the most advanced lift system in Utah featuring two new gondolas, a tram, and high-speed quad. With a 22,500 seat stadium in place, Snowbasin was at the center of the world as top-athletes raced 80 mph down the resort. These courses, the Grizzly and Wildflower Downhill, remain in place today for guests to enjoy.
Today, Snowbasin offers a unique experience from any ski resort in the world and is a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike. 80 years after its creation, Snowbasin remains a huge public playground for all to enjoy.
With award-winning access, Snowbasin is conveniently located near several top destinations along the Wasatch Front.
Located just 40 miles from downtown, enjoy the best of both worlds with urban nightlife in the capitol of Utah. Stay in the heart of the city at our luxurious sister properties Grand America Hotel and Little America Hotel, with 20% off discounts provided to Snowbasin Resort Premier Pass Holders.
Located just 17 miles from downtown and connected via the UTA Ski Bus, enjoy this rustic city with a unique balance of vibrant shopping, delicious dining, and exciting nightlife. Visit Historic 25th Street and explore this high adventure town for a one-of-a-kind metropolitan experience.
Located less than an hour away from this world-famous ski town, enjoy this favorite tourist destination featuring Historic Main Street with lively dining and entertainment.
Sitting just minutes below Snowbasin Resort, Ogden Valley surrounds Pineview Reservoir and provides breathtaking views of the mountain. This rural community provides a peaceful vacation with plenty of outdoor recreation to compliment your winter adventure. Select properties offer daily shuttles to Snowbasin, providing fast-and-easy access.
Located just 30 minutes away, Davis County offers a great basecamp for your ski vacation. Let the adventures continue off the slopes at Antelope Island State Park or other attractions, amusement centers and restaurants. This area is easily accessible with UTA Ski Bus pick-ups at seven Davis County hotels.
The main attraction at Snowbasin Resort is superior skiing and snowboarding on our expansive 3,000-acre terrain.
Our expert staff gives you and your loved ones private instruction with early access to ski lifts before the public.
Bring home a souvenir from your vacation or load up on the latest outerwear in the Grizzly Center.
We feature some of the best food in the ski industry, ranked No. 3 by Ski Magazine for on-mountain eats. Experience our two sit-down full-service restaurants featuring The Overlook, our new bar at 8,700' in Needles Lodge.