Snow & Ski Conditions Snowbird

Before putting on your skis, check the snow conditions at Snowbird one last time. Height and quality of the snow, date of the last snowfall, today's weather, temperature, wind... all the information you are looking for to have a great day of skiing. Please note Snowbird snow reports are sourced directly from the ski resort and are only recorded during the official ski season's opening to closing dates.

Recent Snowfall


First Hand Report

Very bad visibility with low hanging clouds. Definitely spring skiing with slushy or icy snow, still fun.
3 months ago

Resort Overview

Nov 29
Projected Opening
May 26
Projected Closing
Snowbird’s 2,500 skiable acres are accessed via 1 tram and 10 chairlifts, including 6 high-speed detachable quads and 4 doubles. The Utah ski resort has a summit of 11,000 feet and a base elevation of 7,760 feet, with a vertical drop of 3,240 feet. Snowbird averages approximately 500 inches of snowfall per year. For skiers and riders looking to develop their skills, Snowbird’s Mountain School is the perfect place to learn, offering everything from private instruction and class lessons to women’s ski and snowboard camps. Snowbird claims to have Utah’s longest ski and ride season, and is usually open from mid-November through May. Snowbird is home to many slopeside lodging options, restaurants and bars. The Cliff Spa is located on the top two floors of the Cliff Lodge, providing a variety of services for skiers looking to relax. Snowbird ski resort provides multiple summer activities, including a mountain coaster, alpine slide, summer tubing, ropes course and climbing wall. Snowbird also offers lift-served mountain biking during the summer months. Where Is Snowbird Ski Resort Located? Snowbird ski resort is nestled in Little Cottonwood Canyon in the heart of the Wasatch-Cache National Forrest, approximately 29 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). It is six miles up Little Cottonwood Canyon. This scenic 45-minute drive from SLC is extremely beautiful, but you might need a 4-wheel drive vehicle to get into the canyon if there’s been a lot snow.

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