On a Snowbasin guided tour you can learn about what the resort has to offer during the summer. Discover Snowbasin’s extensive history, the science of snowmaking, or see what wildlife comes out when all the snow melts. Meet your tour guide every Saturday and Sunday at 1pm at the Moose in front of Earl’s Lodge from June 22nd through September 29th. Come join Snowbasin for the chance to learn and experience our summer fun and deep history. Best of all its FREE!
*Bring hiking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, snacks and water. Tours last from 1-4 hours. Tours in the base do not require a gondola ticket.
Science of Snowmaking
Have you ever wondered how we make snow? Learn about the different aspects of snowmaking: snowguns, snow qualities, wet bulb and much more when you hike from the top of Needles to Snowbasin’s state-of-the-art snowmaking building. Tour the snowmaking building then hike down to the base area.
Difficulty: Moderate to strenuous
Duration: 2-3 hours
(On mountain activity. Lift ticket is required.)
No better way to treat yourself then to join us for Sunday Brunch on the Mountain. Located in Needles Lodge just a short ride up the Needles Gondola, at almost 9000’ your brunch backdrop will be sprawling views of Morgan, Ogden Valley and Pineview Reservoir. With the new addition of our Pastry Station mixed in with our always impressive “made to order” crepes and carving station, just to name a few, you will make this weekend adventure a tradition just as we have. Finally, don’t forget our new Build Your Own Bloody Mary & Mimosa section for your Sunday spirits. (Full Menu HERE) For more information call 801.620.1000.
Join us on the Patio at Earl’s Lodge Sunday with Know Ur Roots playing Reggae….. followed up by the Codi Jordan Band playing Reggae as part of our Blues, Brews, & BBQ “FREE” Concert Series. Know Ur Roots start at 12:00 pm with Codi Jordan Band at 3:00 pm. For more information about Know Ur Roots and Codi Jordan Band check out the following links:
Know Ur Roots
Codi Jordan Band
No dogs or outside food on Earl’s Patio please. State law prohibits outside alcohol