Home to Utah's longest ski season, Snowbird has 3,240 vertical feet of terrain and some of the best powdery dry snow! It's perfect for both advanced and intermediate levels and has all sorts of snow activities beyond the traditional skiing. Plus it's just a short scenic drive from Snowbird in Little Cottonwood Canyon to Salt Lake City, meaning you can fly and ski on the same day.
Skiers will love the variety of terrain here, with different descents, steep bowls and chutes and night skiing.Take a break from skiing and explore the rest of the landscape via snowcat skiing, Heli-skiing, snowmobile tours or in your own snowshoes on a guided backcountry tour.
Despite the fun of the snow, Snowbird is also buzzing in summer, when you can enjoy summer tubing, climbing walls, an alpine slide and mountain biking plus guided hikes and a lot of kids activities. The views up on Snowbird are outstanding, you can see Mount Superior, Peruvian Gulch, Gad Valley and the Twin Peaks area above Mineral Basin.
The lodging on Snowbird is incredible, try the Cliff Lodge.
With such a long, generous ski season (that runs from before Thanksgiving through to Memorial Day) you can choose to visit any time for winter activities during these months.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Snowbird. The hottest month in Snowbird is August, when temperatures peak at 97 ˚F. The coolest month is December, when temperatures drop to -19 ˚F. The wettest month in Snowbird is April with 5.7 inches of rain, while the driest month is September with 0.63 inches of rain.
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