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9600 Little Cottonwood Canyon Rd Snowbird, UT 84092
9600 Little Cottonwood Canyon RoadUSUtah84092
(801) 933-2222snowbird.com
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Ryan Fisk
a week ago
From the mountain itself, to the views, to the resort facilities, to the friendly staff, this place SCREAMS five stars in every aspect! As part of a week-long Utah excursion including Salt Lake, Park City, and Sundance Film Festival, my friend and I took a "mini-trip" through Little Cottonwood Canyon for some hardcore skiing in Alta and Snowbird. I'll also pepper in some tips I received along the way: PRE-PLANNING If you're skiing for two or more days, snag a set of "Salt Lake Super Passes." Not only are they heavily discounted lift tickets, but you also get access to the UTA "Ski Bus" and TRAX Light Rail, which will get you slopeside for free from just about anywhere in/near Salt Lake. If skiing Snowbird, you also get free use of their tram, whisking you from base to summit in 6 minutes. The tram is normally a $10-$12 upsell ON TOP OF the cost of a standard lift ticket, but unlimited rides on the tram are included gratis with the Super Pass. Similar to Vail's legendary Back Bowls, you can also ski down the back of Snowbird, into the "Mineral Basin" area. The sun hits this area in the morning, so it's best to tackle Mineral Basin early, before the sun moves over to Little Cloud Bowl and the Gad Valley area. Nothing says "majestic" like skiing on soft, pillowy snow amongst trees, rocks and nature, navigating a catwalk before dropping into a bowl and carving your own trail down a mountain thousands of feet in vertical drop. Mid-day, we hit the Cirque traverse - the "spine" (dividing the front face of Snowbird into two areas) that providing access to some really steep terrain. Although there wasn't any new snowfall for about two weeks, we managed to find some good lines down the magnificent Cirque. We finished our day in Gad Valley, doing some tree skiing and intermediate/advanced groomers when our legs started to get tired. Note that green/blue/black runs are rated relative to other runs elsewhere on the same mountain - more on that in a sec... OVERALL EXPERIENCE This mountain is HARDCORE! There's a reason Ski Magazine rated Snowbird one of the most challenging mountains in North America...their runs are steep and awesome! Do not bring casual skiers here - not only is the terrain generally more challenging (even the beginner runs are steep!), but you won't experience the same off-mountain activities/nightlife that you'd see in places like Park City, Vail, Breckenridge, and Jackson Hole. Aside from Snowbird's (admittedly beautiful and well-appointed) four hotels/resorts, there's nothing in the way of a town or anything. Fortunately, the hotels are situated within walking distance of one-another, with different themed restaurants and bars strategically scattered amongst all four of them. If you're too lazy to walk, jump into the valet of any of the hotels and a complimentary resort Suburban will whisk you to your destination within the Snowbird property. I would highly recommend Snowbird to any avid skier looking for extremely varied terrain, beautiful mountain views, and friendly staff, all within 30 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport.
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Carlton Neville
5 months ago
Coming from the East Coast, I was so glad to see such wide trails. Even in a year where they didn't receive much snow the trails were great.
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Chris Caravello
a year ago
I haven't skied nor stayed here yet, but they just had their Customer Appreciation Day, and I decided to propose to my girlfriend at the top of Hidden Peak. She said yes! Hidden Peak has some breathtaking views, and I was pretty stoked to propose somewhere beautiful and a place we have never been before.
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John Doe
a year ago
Great resort. Tram is so user friendly. Family loves it. Long runes and the ride over to mineral basin is great.
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Spencer Wade
6 months ago
Like most resorts in UTAH this place is beautiful. Great snowboarding and awesome backcountry trails. This place always delivers on good snow and goo riding. The customer service here is always top notch and food and activities is another great reason to check this place out. When riding stop halfway down the mountain and enjoy some beer or coffee and then within a few feet you are back on the slopes. This place always delivers, plus parking is free if you get there in time.
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Paul Fosler
6 months ago
No resort beats the bird!!! would not recommend snowbird if you are a beginner.
Brian Kim
2 years ago
Great for fresh powder days, when you can ski for 8 hours and still find fresh tracks. Lacks a little on groomed runs when there isn't fresh snow, where some of the other mountains in the Canyons do a little better. Has the highest peak, meaning there are really nice long runs.
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Grant Hughston
a year ago
Love it here!!! The best skiing you can get in Utah! Don't go anywhere else, but if your a yuppie go to dear valley :)

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