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Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort is a ski-in, ski-out retreat that offers a variety of lodging, dining and most especially year-round sporting activities. In the winter, the resort is known world-wide for it's skiing and snowboarding terrain. In the...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
9385 S Snowbird Center Dr, Snowbird Lodge, Snowbird, UT 84092-6249
I am the Workplace Coordinator for our SLC office, we wanted to throw a big summer event for employees and their families to come out. Because the size of our group (about 500) Simon (employee at Snowbird) agreed to have us on a day that...More
A fall visit to Snowbird and Little Cottonwood Canyon is a must for all, especially if you are from Utah, love mountains or just need to find out what everyone is talking about. Oktoberfest starts on Labor Day weekend, leaves start to change, the air...More
We went on a weekend in August for Oktoberfest and the summer activities. We got the day activities pass which included the tram to the summit, the mountain coaster, alpine slide and others. The lines were long for the rides, but they were lots of...More
Another day trip on our 7 day adventure in Park City Utah.
we were lucky to have been here for the Otoberfest many great brews and food.
Snowbird is beautiful in the summer.
Spent some time up on the Hidden Peak (11,000 ) hiking and...More
Saw some interesting things on the website, so we decided to go. I'm sure this is a fantastic winter ski resort, but in the summer, the cost is prohibitive as the things to do are few. The cost was $20 per item or $50 for...More
This review is for the summer activities at Snowbird. Approximately 30 minutes from our home in East Millcreek, Snowbird has a myriad of activities available during the summer. Evidently, the word is out, because there were a ton of people at the resort on this...More
Take your out of state visitors to Hidden Peak on the tram and they'll be blown away by the view - you may be impressed too! We hiked down last time for a change and enjoyed that too, but it took a bit longer than...More
We were a little disappointed that, when we got to the top of the mountain, there was not really much going on. We went in mid-June and it is worth noting that there was not yet any real sign of the profusion of spring flowers....More
Staff is excellent and professional. All venues we used were set up neatly and promptly. Staff made an effort to make guests feel like they’re at home and always have smiles on their face.
EXCELLENT for hosting a conference, yet a great place for family...More
Response from ScottNReston | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the day pass is worth it. However being a Holiday weekend it is going to be crowded and the lines long for the rides and such so plan for that. Plus time to eat some of the best German Food too. I would arrive as... More
Yes, the day pass is worth it. However being a Holiday weekend it is going to be crowded and the lines long for the rides and such so plan for that. Plus time to eat some of the best German Food too. I would arrive as soon as they open and close it. Then you would get your $$ worth. Valet parking is totally worth it too!!!
Some good advise above. Having had the Epic Pass for the past 4 yeas and spent over 1,000,000 vertical feet on at Vail, BC, Breck and others, I can tell you Alta will give you more varied terrain from groomers to steeps. I... More
Some good advise above. Having had the Epic Pass for the past 4 yeas and spent over 1,000,000 vertical feet on at Vail, BC, Breck and others, I can tell you Alta will give you more varied terrain from groomers to steeps. I would take some days and ski both resorts since they are literally within 1 mile of each other as you pass Snowbird to get to Alta. One other thing to keep in mind, Colorado resorts have the size and length of runs over Utah, Utah has the Vertical ie steep. A black at Beaver Creek (say Birds of Prey area) will not be as steep as a black at Snowbird or Alta. Having said that, enjoy your time at Alta and Snowbird. You will not get any better powder, that is for sure!!