With 114 trails sprawling across 3,000 acres, Snowbasin offers world-class outdoor fun for all abilities. With a top elevation of 9,465’, it stands among the nation’s top ten highest peaks.

Find unmatched mountain beauty while enjoying skiing, riding, hiking, and biking adventurers across one of three distinct areas:

John Paul: Behold views of Mount Ogden and the entire Snowbasin ridgeline from the iconic John Paul Lodge. Tackle trails featuring steep tree skiing and experience the renowned Grizzly & Wildflower Downhill Courses from the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Games. Intermediate skiers and riders can savor the scenic route from Mt. Ogden Bowl Road.

Needles: Access the base area and world-class groomed runs at the heart of Snowbasin. Explore a plethora of intermediate and beginner runs, plus three terrain parks.

Strawberry: Boasting wide-open bowls and some of the longest runs in Utah, Strawberry is a winter playground that goes on for miles. Cross off bucket list slopes like Sister’s Bowl, Middle Bowl Cirque, and Lone Tree here. Just don’t forget to pause to soak up the panoramic views of Great Salt Lake before heading down the mountain.

In the summertime, over 26 miles of trails are available for hiking, trail running, or mountain biking. On the weekends, get a lift from the Needles Gondola.

Snowbasin’s summer season runs from mid-June through the end of September. The winter season runs from late November through early April.