Snowbasin is a large ski area with almost 3000 vertical feet and 3000 acres. With this size it was able to host the 2002 Olympics for the Downhill, Combined and Super-G . You will enjoy plenty of vertical, fantastic wide runs with lots of pitch and large off-piste areas. Another legacy of the Olympics are the most luxurious base lodge and on-hill restaurants you will experience. Lots of lifts and lost of acreage equals very uncrowded slopes outside the weekends. After skiing you will travel back to Salt Lake City to ski Alta and Snowbird. This allows you to catch any storm cycle that may have hit these areas while you were up north.

Trail Map


  • 3 gondola lifts
  • 6 chair lifts
  • 2 surface lifts


  • 7% beginner trails
  • 37% intermediate trails
  • 56% advanced trails
  • % expert trails

the mountain

  • Summit elevation: 2,850 m / 9,350 ft
  • Base elevation: 1966 m / 6,450 ft
  • Vertical drop: 884 m / 2,900 ft
  • Skiable terrain: 1,215 ha / 3,000 acres