Powder Mountain Resort
The largest ski mountain in the country, with more than 7,000 acres and views for four states, Powder Mountain is an outdoor paradise. In the winter, deep fluffy powder blankets the mountain and in the summer elk, moose, porcupine and bobcat roam the aspen and pine forest.
From soft groomers to guided adventure areas, skiers and snowboarders enjoy miles of runs suited for all skill levels. With endless terrain, and the lowest daily skier count in Utah, Powder Mountain feels like a private powder paradise.
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"The resort, with 7,000+ skiable acres, offers up more terrain than any other ski area in the United States."
Ski Magazine 2013
Something for Everyone
Powder Mountain spans six peaks and myriad valleys, generating an impressive range of ski experiences that takes seasons to fully explore. From your first lesson to the search for the steepest terrain on the mountain, there’s something to satisfy every level of skier.
Soft corduroy, winding runs, and chutes; some of the best terrain on the mountain can be accessed directly from one of the six lifts.
Snowcat powder exhibitions take advanced skiers into 3,000+ acres of untouched backcountry powder.
Single-ride cat passes take skiers to the top of Lightening Ridge, gaining access to 2,100 vertical feet of some of the most challenging terrain on the mountain.
With a playful and engaging staff, kids and adults can continue to develop their ability with Powder Mountain’s extensive ski school program.
Rails, boxes, jumps, logs, old vans, a halfpipe, and big kickers: the two terrain parks at Powder Mountain are a park rider’s dream.
When the sun goes down, the lights come on. Powder Mountain offers night skiing on the Sundown lift seven days a week.