Tampa Bay Ski Club Snowbird


Mountain Information


Snowbird Mountain Stats and Activities

Elevation: The top of the resort is 11,000-foot Hidden Peak, the lowest point on the mountain is at the bottom of Baby Thunder chairlift at 7,760 feet. The 125-person Tram covers 2,900 vertical feet in approximately 7 minutes.

Uphill Capacity: 17,400 skiers and snowboarders per hour.

LIFTS: One Aerial Tram, 10 chairlifts including 6 high-speed detachable quads and 4 doubles (most with arm and leg rests) and 3 conveyor lifts.

Runs: 140

Longest Run: Chip’s Run, 2.5 miles

Longest Descent: Gad Valley, 3.5 miles

Acreage: 2,500 acres

Terrain: 27% beginner, 38% intermediate and 35% advanced/expert.

Snowfall: Snowbird averages approximately 500 inches of low-density, “dry” Utah powder annually. Thanks to ideal geography and a phenomenon called Lake Effect, Little Cottonwood Canyon powder is known worldwide.

Mountain Schools: Snowbird’s Mountain School offers a plethora of instruction from class lessons to women’s ski and snowboard camps.


  • Cliff Spa
  • Winter Scenic Tram Rides
  • Ski & Snowboard Lessons
  • Interconnect Tours
  • Helicopter Skiing
  • Mountain Tours
  • Guided Backcountry Skiing
  • Rescue Training Center
  • Winter Scenic Helicopter Tours
  • Snowcat Skiing
  • Avalanche Education
  • Ski With a Ranger

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