Beaver Mountain Ski Resort
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Beaver Mountain is one of Utah's best kept secrets. Over 664 skiable acres, Beaver has well-maintained slopes, northeastern exposure for morning sun and avalanche-free conditions. Family-owned and operated since 1939, Beaver Mountain believes in giving each skier the personal touch. Beaver Mountain is an all-around ski resort that is big on giving you and your family the best skiing experience around.
The Beaver Mountains ski season runs from early December through the last weekend of March. The mountain receives an average snowfall of 400”. Skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels can enjoy 664 acres and skiable terrain. Beaver Mountain is also a popular summer destination offering fishing, hiking, camping, horseback riding and more.
Location: Beaver Mountain is located 27 miles east of Logan, Utah, in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest, off Highway 89. From Salt Lake City take I-15 North to Exit 364, on Highway 89 to Logan. Once in Logan, turn right at 400 North. Continue on this road (Hwy. 89) to the resort, 27 miles up Logan Canyon. From Bear Lake, take highway 89 West through Logan Canyon. Beaver Mountain is 14 miles from Garden City.
- Base Elevation: 7,200 ft.
- Top Elevation: 8,800 ft.
- Vertical Drop: 1,600 ft.
- Skiable Acres: 664 acres
- Number of Runs: 30+
- Average Seasonal Snowfall:400"