Season Pass Printing at Biker’s Edge

On Friday, August 1st, Snowbasin Resort will be selling and printing 2014-2015 Season Passes at Biker’s Edge in Kaysville from 12 pm – 7 pm. Winter will be here before you know it! Get your season passes ready!

Biker’s Edge

232 North Main Street
Kaysville, UT 84037

Phone: (801) 544-5300

For Season Pass information, call (801) 620-1000.

 

Mt. Ogden Midweek Race Series

Mt. Ogden Race Series

www.mtogdenraceseries.com

Wednesday night mountain bike races

Registration starts at 5:30 pm   race at 6:30 pm

2014 MTB Racing Guide

$10 per race and $5 race plate (one time purchase to keep throughout the season. If lost replacements are $5)

$5 per race and free race plate for high school riders

Categories for both Men and Women:

A – 6:30 pm (Expert/Pro)

B – 6:31 pm (Sport)

C – 6:32 pm (Beginner)

*Kids race – 6:45 pm

Entry fee will be $5 per racer.

*check schedule for kids race dates.

Course map: http://www.mtogdenraceseries.com/course/

Prizes at 8:00 pm

Registration:

From 5:30 pm till 6:20 pm.

Categories:

All Racers must fill out a release form for each race. Minors must have a parent or legal guardian sign the release form. Helmets must be worn any time racers are on their bikes.

Points/Prizes:

Each race will have a prizes for 1st, 2nd 3rd in each flight, male and female. Points are awarded to racers based on finish placements and are cumulative throughout the season. Points are awarded to all racers based on the amount of entrants with the top eight race results counted towards the overall point series. Series winners will be recognized at the last race of the season.

For questions email: teamexcelerator@gmail.com

Culinary Expedition: Indian Cuisine

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While dining at Needles Lodge with breathtaking views, experience traditional Indian cuisine and exciting live entertainment!

The menu will include Kachumber Salad, Raita, Aviyal, Lamb Vindaloo, Goan Fish Curry, Kashmiri Palav, Butter Chicken, Kheer, Mango Cheesecake and many more delicious traditional Indian dishes. See the full menu here: Culinary Expeditions – Indian

The Dining Discovery: Indian Culinary Expedition is $70 per person. It will be held on Saturday, August 30th, 2014 at 6:00 pm at Needles Lodge and includes tax, gratuity, a ride up the gondola and live entertainment. To make reservations, please call (801) 620-1021. For more information on Dining Discovery events, click here.

 

Culinary Expedition: Caribbean

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While dining at Needles Lodge with breathtaking views, be whisked away to the Caribbean for delicious cuisine and exciting live entertainment!

The menu will include Herb and Coconut Crusted Mako, Shark Fillets with Sauteed Kale, Mofongo, Pineapple Fried Rice, Jicama Salad, a Caribbean fruit display, Spiced Rum Cake, and a live Jamaican Jerk Goat carving station, as well as many more traditional Caribbean dishes. See the full menu here: Culinary Expeditions – Caribbean

The Dining Discovery: Caribbean Culinary Expedition is $70 per person. It will be held on August 2nd, 2014 at 6:00 pm at Needles Lodge and includes a ride up the gondola and live entertainment. To make reservations, please call (801) 620-1021. For more information on Dining Discovery events, click here.

Live entertainment from The Cabana Band :  https://www.gigsalad.com/the_cabana_band_salt_lake_city

Steel Drum Island Music and  Covers of Jimmy Buffet, UB40, Harry Belafonte, and more.

Utah Symphony at Snowbasin Resort August 21st

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Join the Ogden Symphony Ballet Association and Snowbasin Resort for a spectacular evening of symphony music under the stars!

Conductor Vladimir Kulenovic will lead the orchestra in this ‘Classically Charged Celebration’ on Thursday, August 21st at beautiful Snowbasin Resort at 7:30 p.m. Gates open at 5:30 p.m.

Tickets for the concert at Snowbasin Resort are $15 for lawn seating and $30 for preferred seating (prices increase the day of the performance). Tickets can be purchased online by clicking HERE.

Program:

Utah Symphony
Vladimir Kulenovic, Conductor

SHOSTAKOVICH   Festive Overture
TCHAIKOVSKY      Capriccio italien
COPLAND                Dance Episodes from Rodeo
(Intermission, 20 minutes)
BIZET                        Carmen, suite for orchestra
KODALY                  Dances of Galanta
GERSHWIN              Porgy and Bess, suite for orchestra

Menus:

Utah Symphony Grill Menu
Utah Symphony Carving Station Menu
Utah Symphony Salads Menu
Utah Symphony Desserts Menu

For more information call (801) 620-1000 or visit www.snowbasin.com.

http://www.utahsymphony.org/concerts/1042-snowbasin

**Please no food or outside drink allowed** **Please no dogs allowed**

ABSOLUTELY NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL IS ALLOWED ON SNOWBASIN RESORT PROPERTY.

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Sunday Mountain Top Brunch

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The Mountain Top Brunch has been reinvented this summer and will be better than ever! Brunch is in Needles Lodge at the top of Needles Gondola every Sunday from June 22nd – October 5th from 10 am – 2:30 pm. Each week, the chefs pick out the freshest local ingredients to create inspired and inventive dishes, delivering a new experience every Sunday.

The Mountain Top Brunch price is $38 for adults and $18 for youth (ages 6-11), which includes the all you can eat brunch, gondola ride, tax, gratuity and non-alcoholic beverages. For summer pass holders, the price is just $33 for adults and $15 for youth (6-11). Ages 5 and under are free.

Have a whole day packed with fun at Snowbasin Resort staring with Mountain Top Brunch, an exciting scenic gondola ride, enjoying one of the many activities available in the fresh alpine air, and a free outdoor concert to end the great day.

Menus:

Brunch Menu

Brunch Buffet Menu

Brunch Beverages Menu

For more information on Dining Discovery events, click here.

The 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.)

*Tours meet Saturday & Sundays 1 pm at the Moose.  Bring hiking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, snacks and water. Tours last from 1-4 hours. Tours in the base area do not require a gondola ticket.

Beaver Dams of Snowbasin Resort

This hike starts and finishes on Snowbasin Resort’s trail system but, in between, you will be bushwhacking through a wild meadow and slogging (in the best way) through some marshy areas and streams. You will see beaver dams and lodges and hopefully some of Snowbasin’s diverse wildlife. There may also be the opportunity to see the USFS yurt along the way. Water resistant footwear and a long-sleeved shirt is recommended for this hike. 

Difficulty: Moderate

Duration: 2 hours

(Base area activity. Lift ticket is not required.)

*Tours meet Saturday & Sundays 1 pm at the Moose.  Bring hiking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, snacks and water. Tours last from 1-4 hours. Tours in the base area do not require a gondola ticket.

All About Geo-Caching

What is Geo-caching? Your guide will answer this question along with the etiquette and the how-to of geo-caching.  As there are numerous caches in the Snowbasin Resort area, you never know what you are going to find! Etiquette requires that if you take something you need to have something to put in the box, so bring a small trinket with you. Please bring a smart phone with a GPS app or your own GPS unit with you. To get a head start check out: http://www.geocaching.com/local/default.aspx?state_id=45 

Difficulty: Easy

Duration: 1-1.5 hours

(Base area activity. Lift ticket not required)

*Tours meet Saturday & Sundays 1 pm at the Moose.  Bring hiking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, snacks and water. Tours last from 1-4 hours. Tours in the base area do not require a gondola ticket.

Wildflowers of Snowbasin Resort

Enjoy Snowbasin Resort’s diverse landscape with numerous wildflowers, shrubs and trees with an experienced guide. Along the way, flowers and other plants will be identified and the effects of weather, wildlife and environment will be discussed. This tour has something for everyone. The hike leaves from the top of the Needles Gondola and depending on the group, can either return to Needles for a scenic ride back down or the hike can continue to the base area. Length and difficulty can be adjusted to fit the group. The quantity and quality of Snowbasin’s wildflowers are entirely weather dependent. More moisture means more flowers. Purchase ‘Wild Snowbasin’ in the Grizzly Center to follow along. 

Difficulty: Moderate to strenuous

Duration: 2-4 hours

(On mountain activity. Lift ticket is required.)

*Tours meet Saturday & Sundays 1 pm at the Moose.  Bring hiking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, snacks and water. Tours last from 1-4 hours. Tours in the base area do not require a gondola ticket.