USSA Intermountain Masters Race March 11-13

This coming weekend Snowbasin will be hosting the Jan’s Cup Intermountain series Finals which Snowbasin also hosted the beginning stop in early January.  
-Friday will be the Super G in Wildcat Bowl
-Saturday is the mens and woments GS in Wildcat Bowl. The first runs will be at 10:30am and second run starts will begin at 1:00pm 
-Sunday is the mens and woments GS in Wildcat Bowl. The first runs will be at 10:30am and second run starts will begin at 1:00pm 
Awards for Saturdays races will take place in the Huntington Room from 3:30 to 5.
Final awards will be on Sunday in the Huntington Room following the races.

2nd Annual Adaptive Sports Winter Carnival

Come to Snowbasin on Saturday March 19th for the 2nd annual Snowbasin Adaptive Foundation Carnival and Demo Day.  If you were here for the Carnival last year, you know how much fun was had by all.  This year the Foundation is committed to raising $5000 to purchase a mono-ski.  We will have fun booths for the kids, prize giveaways, hot dogs and cotton candy, music and more.

We are also very fortunate to have the generous support of many of our local ski industry partners who are sponsoring a Demo Day.  For a $10 donation you will be able demo equipment from at least 8 different companies.  All of the proceeds from the Carnival and Demo will benefit the Snowbasin Adaptive Sports Educational Foundation to help people with disabilities have an on snow experience.

More Info on the Adaptive Program:

Have you seen the bi-ski on the hill and wondered about our adaptive program?  The Snowbasin Adaptive Sports Educational Foundation was started in 2009 to provide an on snow experience for people of all ages with disabilities.  Since 2009 we have grown our program, purchased specialized equipment, and provided lessons and scholarships to over 150 people in Northern Utah.

The Foundation is a federally recognized 501(c)3 non-profit.  We are supported by, but separate from Snowbasin Corporation.  If you know someone who might be interested in Adaptive lessons, please call our Snowsports department at 801-620-1015, or visit the website

Look for our Adaptive Instructors and students on the hill, you always see them smiling!

Huge Race Weekend Starts Today for South Series!

Once agains the South Series comes to Snowbasin with some of the best J4, J5, and J6 racers in the region!  All Races will take place in Wildcat Bowl and can be viewed from the Old Day Lodge and Upper Parking Lot.  Come early to get a good spot because this is going to be a big event.  Here is the breakdown of the next three days:

Today 2 Mandatory training runs in Wildcat Bowl in the morning along with the Girls 1st run of the SG at 1pm.

Saturday The Boys SG runs in the morning followed by the Girls SG.

Sunday The Kombi run with at start on Joker Road.

Awards for both Saturday and Sunday’s Races will be held at the Old Day Lodge following the Races.

Parking on Satruday and Sunday for competiitors and their familys will be available in the   Upper Parking Lot and there will be access for Athletes and Parents only in the Old Day Lodge.

For more information contact Snowsports Learning Center at 801.620.1015

Full Moon BBQ and Ski/Snowboard Down Snowbasin March 19th

“Spring’s Coming Celebration”
Needles all you can eat

Grilled and Fried chicken
Pulled Pork sandwiches
Grilled Bratwurst, hot dogs and sauerkraut
Western style baked Beans
Grilled corn on the cob
Fresh fruit tray
Potato salad
Baby green salad with assorted
Fresh hot Apple crisp
Bread pudding with rum sauce

From 4PM to 7PM
You will ski down under the Full Moon
You may pre purchase your ticket
$ 25 for dinner/$10 for gondola ticket – season passes are valid for gondola ride.
Reserved Seating Call 801.620.1021

****Guests will NOT have option to ride the gondola down it is only for boarders/skiers.

****Reservations Only.

****Again no foot passengers and you have to ski down in groups accompanied by one of our efficient ski patrol staff member.

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