3925 Snow Basin Rd
Huntsville, UT 84317
Welcome To Snowbasin – Ultimate Mountain Luxury!
With diverse terrain for beginner ease to challenging expert runs, Snowbasin also offers three progressive terrain parks and 26km of groomed Nordic trails. With 3,000 skiable acres and 3,000 vertical feet, Snowbasin is best known for wide-open bowls, gladed runs, manicured groomers, powder stashes days after a storm, and rarely a lift line.
Snowbasin has world-class snowmaking and one of the most advanced lift systems in the West. Enjoy award-winning cuisine including mountaintop dining with spectacular views and magnificent day lodges.
Make the most of day on the mountain with more than 100 certified instructors, adaptive programs, state-licensed day care and children’s programs. And for more family fun, don’t miss the four-lane lift assisted tubing hill.
Snowbasin is just 35 miles north of Salt Lake City with easy access to the Park City Area. Après ski in Downtown Ogden, just 17 miles away. Find out why Snowbasin is consistently recognized as one of the best of the best!
Our lift assisted four-lane tubing hill provides family fun for all ages! Located at the former finish line area of the 2002 Downhill courses, visit the Snowbasin tubing hill for an exhilarating ride. Access is provided by a handle tow lift, and a rubber tube is included with your ticket. The resort shuttle stops close to the tubing hill every 20 minutes to take tubers to Earl’s Lodge and the Grizzly Center.
During the winter season, the tubing hill is open every Saturday and Sunday, as well as Monday holidays from 10am to 4pm.
Tubing Hill Rates
One Ride $5
Three Rides $15
Six Rides $22
Season Pass Holder Rates
(Ticket must be purchased at the Grizzly Center Ticket Window) $ 5 $10 $17 $20
The Flying Ace All-Stars Saturday Freestyle Shows:
Each Saturday, June 13 – September 5, 2009
High-flying action as Olympians and national team athletes put on a 25-minute freestyle aerial show for spectators every Saturday during the summer at the Utah Olympic Park!
This choreographed show with music will leave you breathless as skiers and snowboarders will soar up to 60 feet in the air and perform acrobatic feats before landing in our 750,000 gallon splash pool. This is a great activity for the whole family. Showtime is at 1:00pm.
Canyons will play host to the Sprint U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix February 10th – 12th, 2011 Park City, Utah
Come check out the world’s best male and female riders as they race head-to-head here at the resort. Top athletes from around the globe are expected to attend: Seth Westcott, Nate Holland, Graham Watanabe, Jonathan Cheever, Shaun Palmer, Lindsey Jacobellis, Faye Gulini and more! 2/10/2011, 2/11/2011, 2/12/2011
- February 10: Men’s and Women’s SBX Practice
- February 11: Men’s and Women’s SBX Practice & Time Trials
- February 12: Men’s and Women’s Finals
After the Finals, we will be doing the awards presentation and a live concert on stage by Fuel in the Resort Village. Thursday, Friday, Saturday
All events and activities are free to the public!
Lastly, don’t forget to tune in and watch the Finals on TV:
- February 19: 2:00pm EST on NBC Sports
- February 19: 4:00pm EST on Versus
Two-time Olympic champion Seth Wescott (Sugarloaf, ME) and silver medalist Lindsey Jacobellis (Stratton Mountain, VT) will be among the athletes vying for titles as the Sprint U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix makes a snowboardcross stop February 10th – 12th, 2011 at the Canyons Ski Resort in Park City, Utah.
Halfpipe is the most noted of snowboarding disciplines with a long track record of U.S. Olympic success. Halfpipe events are conducted in a giant pipe built at resorts with manmade snow and carved with specialized equipment to create up to a 22-foot deep pipe. Halfpipe riders perform a series of jumps, tricks and maneuvers that are judged for their degree of difficulty and execution. In typical competitions, riders in the finals of an event take two runs with their best run scored.
Halfpipe has been an Olympic event since snowboarding’s debut in 1998. The USA won two medals in 1998, four in 2002 including a sweep of men’s and gold in women’s, and four in 2006.
Snowboardcross, or SBX, debuted in the 2006 Olympics to rave reviews as one of the most action packed events in snowboarding. Riders race against each other in groups of four on a specially built snowboardcross course that includes banked turns, jumps, rollers and varied terrain.
The USA has had great success in snowboardcross, with Seth Wescott winning the first Olympic gold and Lindsey Jacobellis taking silver in Torino.
Slopestyle tests a rider’s ability to handle a variety of terrain by executing freestyle maneuvers down a course filled with terrain features including rails, hips, tabletops and a multitude of jumps, allowing riders to combine big air and technical tricks into one run. Riders are judged on amplitude, execution, difficulty of line, landings and use of the course.
Slopestyle is not yet an Olympic event, but is rapidly gaining in popularity.
Alpine snowboarding was one of the original Olympic events in 1998. In World Cup competitions, there are several formats including parallel giant slalom and parallel slalom. The Olympics features only parallel giant slalom.
In parallel giant slalom, or PGS, riders race head to head on side-by-side giant slalom courses with the winner advancing to the next round. Parallel slalom, or PSL, is similar but with athletes competing on slalom courses.
- The Canyons Resort
4000 Canyons Resort Dr Park City, UT 84098 (888) 226-9667
The Winter Dew Tour Toyota Championships is FREE to attend. Guests will enjoy access to the Festival Village, Competition viewing, and more.
The Toyota Championships FREE Friday Night Concert that will be held on Ogden’s Historic 25th Street will be announced soon! Please check back for more information.
With the success of Snowbasin’s first year hosting the Dew Tour we have added better snow-making and additional mountain terrain features. Combined with our superior dining and top rated customer service, snow enthusiasts are sure to appreciate the experience that Snowbasin has to offer. With all this being said, Snowbasin is still one of Utah’s best-kept secrets that only gets better year after year!
New 22- Foot Pipe and Terrain Parks
Snowbasin has once again stepped up its Park and Pipe features for the new season by introducing an Olympic-sized 22-foot Superpipe, which will not only meet today’s trick standards for the Dew Tour but will also set Snowbasin apart as the leader in terrain park features for all resorts to rival. Snowbasin is also expanding the amount of Terrain Parks to four, ranging from a new beginners area on Upper Snowshoe to the Dew Tour Park on Showboat. Snowbasin has added 21 new rails this season giving the entire mountain over 60 rail features placed throughout each Terrain Park. You can view all these new mountain features live on national television when the Winter Dew Tour is presented on NBC February 10-13, 2011. The Dew Tour terrain park will remain open the rest of the season, giving guests the chance to show off their skills on a world-class level!
Making its debut in December 2008, the Dew Tour is the first ever winter action sports tour. Made up of three events over the course of as many months, all three stops feature snowboard superpipe & slopestyle, as well as freeski slopestyle & superpipe.
The Tour crowns champions in each of the six disciplines (Men SNB Superpipe, Women SNB Superpipe, Men SNB Slopestyle, Women SNB Slopestyle, Freeski Superpipe, Freeski Slopestyle), giving away $2.5 million over the course of the year and awarding the Dew Cup at season’s end based on a cumulative points system.
At each Winter Dew Tour event, there is also a live concert featuring top artists and a huge Festival Village with video gaming, giveaways, tons of new products to try out, athlete autograph signings… and the list goes on and on.
More than 380 of the top winter action sports athletes in the world will return for the third season of the Winter Dew Tour to compete for the highly coveted Dew Cup. Last year’s 2009/10 Dew Cup champions include JJ Thomas (men’s snowboard superpipe), Kaitlyn Farrington (women’s snowboard superpipe), Sage Kotsenburg (men’s snowboard slopestyle), Jamie Anderson (women’s snowboard slopestyle), Jossi Wells (freeski superpipe) and Andreas Hatveit (freeski slopestyle).
If you are interested in the opportunity to volunteer with the Winter Dew Tour at Snowbasin, please email [email protected] with your contact information.
- Snowbasin Winter & Summer Resort
3925 Snow Basin Rd Huntsville, UT 84317 (888) 437-5488
2/10/2011 – 2/13/2011 February 10, 2011 – February 13, 2011 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Ogden City hosts the second annual Winterfest downtown Historic 25th Street & Washington Blvd, January 28 and 29, 2011
The city will close major downtown streets, cover them with snow and create the ultimate winter playground. The Winterfest organizing committee invites all to come and enjoy a variety of free activities. Last year’s celebration attracted more than 5,000 people.
The celebration where “Cold is Cool” boasts traditional and unconventional snow activities for all ages. Most events are free.
Events will begin on Friday afternoon with a ceremonial street closing on Washington Boulevard followed by a toboggan parade. Activities and contests will be held all day on Saturday.
This year’s “where cold is cool” events will include:
- Toboggan Parade
- Human Dog Sled Races
- Polar Bear Swim
- Snowmobile Street Races
- Snowboarding Rail-Jam
- 5K Run/Walk
- Doggie Costume Contest
- Flag Football Contests
- Cross Country Skiing Races
- Snowshoe Races
- Live Music
And many more . . .
Don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about the little ones. We’ve put together some free projects and events with the younger kids in mind:
- The hill just east of Washington Boulevard on 25th Street will be available for tubing and sledding on Saturday morning and afternoon.
- Snowshoeing around Municipal Park will be available all day Saturday.
- Piles of snow will be hauled in to the Municipal Park for the children to decorate and make snowmen on both Friday night and Saturday morning and afternoon.
- The kid’s corner on Saturday will have a small construction project for each child that wishes to participate.
Registration forms can be found on the right hand side of this webpage, or through Sportsman. We highly recommend pre-registering for all the events; space is limited and the events are bound to fill up fast.
For more information about this event or to become a proud WinterFest 2011 sponsor, please call Ogden City Public Services at (801) 629-8337. Mark the date on your calendar, tweet, blog, facebook – whatever it takes to make sure that you don’t miss out on the fun!
- Winterfest 2011 Schedule of Events
Historic 25th Street & Washington Blvd, Ogden
Friday & Saturday January 28th – 29th 1/28/2011 1/29/2011
EVE, a three-day New Year festival presented by the SLC Downtown Alliance, will include fine arts performances, live local music, dance parties, ski and snowboard competitions, DJs, film screenings, laser shows, art installations, kids activities, storytelling and a spectacular midnight fireworks show Dec. 31. Activities take place in the Salt Palace and on West Temple between 100 and 200 South.
Buy your EVE pass in advance at participating Fresh Market and Maverik locations, and ride TRAX for FREE courtesy of Rio Tinto’s Kennecott Utah Copper Dec. 29-31, starting at 5 pm. Last FrontRunner train departs Salt Lake Central at 12:45 am.
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