Things to Do
Snowshoe, Ice Skate, Cross Country, Tubing and more...
Beaver Mountain will be your new favorite family tradition.
No crowds. Ever. This ski resort is tucked away in a beautifully remote bit of northern Utah. Relax and enjoy mountain runs that weave groomers and powder terrain together. Read more...
4 Lifts, 1 Magic Carpet, 48 Runs.
Long Hollow Ridge (Green-Easy)
Gentle Ben (Green-Easy)
Cotton Tail (Green-Easy)
The Stump (Blue-Intermediate)
Upper Bypass (Blue-Intermediate)
Beaver's Powder (Black Diamond-Technical)
Sour Grapes (Black Diamond-Technical)
North Fields (Black Diamond-Technical)
Food is available at the main lodge, and consists of soup, burgers, sandwiches, salads and snacks.
You can lodge up at the resort's yurt to get first tracks. Heated and pretty darn cozy.
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2 hours, 115 miles.
Beaver Mountain Ski Resort's excellent runs, friendly atmosphere and low prices make it a popular destination for locals - some say it is one of Utah's best-kept secrets. It has been family-owned and operated since 1939, making it the oldest continuously owned family ski area in the US. Downhill skiing and snowboarding are major winter activities but there are also excellent cross-country ski and snowmobile trails nearby.
Skiing usually runs from early December through the last weekend of March. The Beav's season-ending "Big Air" contest, featuring jumps and a pond-skimming event, is popular for both participants and spectators. It's fun to watch amazing tricks and wipeouts of daring skiiers and snowboarders.
The Beaver Mountain area is also a great summer destination with fishing, hiking, horseback riding, boating and other activities nearby. During summer months, families or other groups can rent the lodge and yurt facilities, or stay in the RV park or campground.
Beaver Mountain is located 27 miles east of Logan, Utah, and 12 miles from Garden City, off Highway 89.
At a Glance
Terrain: 35% Beg, 40% Int, 25% Adv
• Open 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
• 664 Skiable Acres
• 30+ Runs
• 400" Average Annual Snowfall
• Located in Logan Canyon, Highway 89, approximately 80 miles north of Salt Lake
• Skiing and Snowboarding