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Snowbasin - Snowbasin Ski Resort

Utah, United States

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Snowbasin, ski area, is large and has relatively low visitor numbers given its size. The resort is world class, has great on-slope facilities and a very well managed lift system which is fast and often covered trams of Gondolas. Snowbasin actually benefits from the fact there is no on-slope accommodation which keeps the visitor numbers low, and gives everyone who makes the trip a really great uncluttered environment to ski.

Snowbasin hosted the Olympic Downhill and Super G in 2002 and so for those who want to experience the thrill of skiing the same slopes this is a big draw.

The terrain here is varied, 50% for advanced skiers and some easier runs for beginners and intermediates.

Skiers tend to stay on the local town of Ogden (40 mins drive away) or Salt Lake City and so getting there is a bit of a commute, but for those who have the skills to explore the terrain this is well worth the trip.

Size: Large

1214 ha

Resort Altitude: High

1966m

Ski Range

2850m
1966m

Pistes Available

107

4075010

Lifts

11

2 drags
6 chairs
3 cabins
Opens 29.11.2020 to 12.04.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardSkatingHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

4

Transfer Information

Salt Lake City

46m

Av. Transfer time

1hr

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Snowbasin, ski area, is large and has relatively low visitor numbers given its size. The resort is world class, has great on-slope facilities and a very well managed lift system which is fast and often covered trams of Gondolas. Snowbasin actually benefits from the fact there is no on-slope accommodation which keeps the visitor numbers low, and gives everyone who makes the trip a really great uncluttered environment to ski.

Snowbasin hosted the Olympic Downhill and Super G in 2002 and so for those who want to experience the thrill of skiing the same slopes this is a big draw.

The terrain here is varied, 50% for advanced skiers and some easier runs for beginners and intermediates.

Skiers tend to stay on the local town of Ogden (40 mins drive away) or Salt Lake City and so getting there is a bit of a commute, but for those who have the skills to explore the terrain this is well worth the trip.