Snowbird, Utah

High quality snow and terrain make Snowbird a skiers mountain.
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Skiing pow at Snowbird

This guy gave it a better-than-one-star rating.

In addition to offering up some of the most exciting and beloved skiing in Little Cottonwood Canyon—if you haven’t experienced the iconic Cirque off the tram, you should—Snowbird has it going on this season. 

Upgrades galore, in the form of what amounts to an overhaul of the aerial tram base and the lower village, will transform the visitor experience. Look for a full facelift at the Snowbird Center, Cliff Lodge west wing and dining upgrades, and, oh, the resort joins the Ikon Pass.   

Average SnowfallAcresLiftsTrails

500"

2,500

11

169

Dinner Reservation
The Aerie’s menu is diverse—you can order anything from a fried-chicken sandwich to elk meatloaf. But do try the truffle parmesan fries.

On-Mountain Eats
Going into its third season, the Summit, located at the top of the tram, serves up artisan pizzas, microbrews, and 360-degree views of the Wasatch.     

Off-the-Map Trail
Tiger Tail has glades and 40-degree steeps. And since it’s tougher to get to it sees less traffic, meaning powder stashes stay fresh longer.

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