Powder Mountain Ski Resort
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Powder Mountain Winter Resort is nestled high in Utah's best snow country. Located 55 miles north of Salt lake City, up scenic Ogden Canyon. Powder Mountain is three different mountains serving over 5500 acres, offering some of the best packed powder skiing and snowboarding in the world. Our unique terrain provides excellent skiing and boarding for everyone in the family.
Powder Mountain expanded its services with a new fixed grip quad lift to service what was the Meadows Express cat skiing. Powder Mountain has 81 runs, day and night skiing, 2 half pipes, 3 restaurants, slope side accommodations at the Columbine Inn, PSIA ski/snowboarding school, 2 rental shops, cat skiing, helicopter skiing, and powder country.
Runs And Terrain: Over 5,500 skiable acres of groomed runs and powder skiing. 2,900 acres served by lifts. Over 700 acres of powder and tree skiing serviced by Lightning Ridge snow cat. Over 800 acres of powder skiing with Wolf Creek Canyon guided tours. 1,200 acres of backcountry skiing with Powder Country shuttle service back to lifts. 10% Beginners, 50% intermediate, 40% advanced.
Lifts: One quad chair, one triple chair, two double chairs, two surface lifts, and one platter lift. 7,900 skiers per hour.
Mountain Restaurants: Powder Mountain Lodge: Serving homemade soups, sandwiches and sourdough scones. Hidden Lake Lodge: Provides great food and a fantastic view at the top of Hidden Lake Lift. Sundown Lodge: Open to serve the hungry day or night skier. Powder Keg: Offers a cozy fire, relaxing atmosphere, grilled sandwiches, and quality Domestic and Specialty beers.
Lodging: After skiing the best snow in Utah, it's nice to know you don't have to go far to relax. Stay on the mountain at the slope side Columbine Inn and enjoy a quiet getaway in a cozy hotel room, suite, or condominium.
Directions: 55 Miles north of Salt Lake International Airport. Take I-15 north to the Ogden 12th Street exit. Turn east and follow the signs through Ogden Canyon. From Park City, take I-80 east to the I-84 junction, then west on I -84 to exit 96. Then follow the signs.