Utah, Snowbasin

Snowbasin Trail Map

View the trails and lifts at Snowbasin with our interactive trail map of the ski resort. Plan out your day before heading to Snowbasin or navigate the mountain while you're at the resort with the latest Snowbasin trail maps. Click on the image below to see Snowbasin Trail Map in a high quality.


Snowbasin Resort opened in 1939 and has grown into a ski resort for all levels of skiers. In fact, it hosted the downhill alpine skiing races for the 2002 Winter Olympics. There are 104 runs, breaking out as follows: 20% beginner, 50% intermediate and 30% advanced/expert. All are serviced by 11 lifts over its 3,000 skiable acres. The resort’s 350 inches of annual snowfall is bolstered by 600 acres of snowmaking.

Base elevation sits at 6,391 feet with a summit elevation of 9,350 feet, resulting in 2,959 of vertical drop – ensuring that all riders and skiers will be fully entertained by this varied terrain. Add to that three terrain parks, and freestylers will have plenty of room to play. The ratings of the terrain parks are The Crazy Kat (beginner), Coyote (intermediate) and Apex (advanced).

Beginners Runs
Intermediate Runs
Advanced Runs
Expert Runs
Runs in Total
Longest Run
3.5 mi
Skiable Terrain
3000 ac
Snow Making
625 ac
Snow Making
24.9 mi

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