Ragnar’s Wasatch Back Relay will be celebrating its 10th year this summer and Snowbasin Resort is proud to be one of its major exchange points. June 20th and 21st you will be able to cheer your favorite runner, team, or just support the event as a whole as participants come through Snowbasin’s Earl’s Lodge base area. The Wasatch Back Relay is a 198.3-mile race that consists of multiple relay teams of 12 runners. Teams will rock out to live bands, enjoy the wacky participant costumes, and make life-long friends with teammates and competitors. Teams will party along the backside of the beautiful Wasatch Mountains from Logan to Park City, Utah via Snowbasin over this four day race.
Lukas Nelson VIP tickets are now available in person only beginning at the Season Pass Desk Earl’s Lodge. $20 plus tax to the first 110 guests. Limit 6 per person.
Purchase comes with:
- VIP Lanyard
- Private section day of show
- Private full service bar
- A take home collectible cup
- Bragging rights
Stay for the weekend with our Snowbasin lodging partner, Lakeside Resort Properties, and receive two nights’ luxury accommodations with a private hot tub, single day Ski passes and VIP access for two to Lukas Nelson from $595. Bring four friends and enjoy a two bedroom luxury condo, passes and the concert from only $125 per person per night*. Contact Lakeside Resort Properties directly for more lodging information at 866-745-3194 or online at www.lakesideresortproperties.com.
Snowbasin will be hosting a blood drive on Thursday March 7th from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm in the Huntington Room of Earl’s Lodge. To make an appointment, please contact Steward Marsh at 801.710.6797. Contributors need the following to participate: Photo ID, minimum of 110 pounds, 18 years old or older, remember to eat well and drink extra fluids before.
Your blood donation will benefit patients being treated at:
- Primary Children’s Medical Center
-Hunstman Cancer Hospital
-Shriners Hospital for Children
-University of Utah Hospital
-South Jordan Health Center
There is no better way to celebrate Mother’s Day than to take your mom to brunch at Earl’s Lodge on Sunday, May 12th. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and elegance of Earl’s Lodge while dining on plates from leg of lamb to crepes (Click HERE for full menu). This grand buffet will also be complemented with live music.
Cost for the buffet is $42.50 for adults, $15 for children ,6 to 12 years old, and no charge for children under 6. Reservations may be made from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Seating is limited so please call for reservations at 801-620-1021.
Welcome the springtime in style with the annual Snowbasin Easter Buffet on Sunday, March 31st. The buffet is a pleasure to both the eye as well as the palate featuring ice sculptures and culinary items such as slow roasted top round of beef au jus, made to order omelettes, a seafood display and a holiday bread and cookie display (see the full menu HERE).
Cost for the buffet is $41 for adults, $17 for children and no charge for children 6 and under. Reservations may be made from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Seating is limited so please call for reservations at 801-620-1021.
The Australian Women’s Aerial Ski Team, also known as “The Flying Kangaroos” will be competing this Friday, February 1st at the annual FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships taking place at Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resorts. Come cheer on Snowbasin’s international partners in their breathtaking aerials for a high flying experience you’ll never forget.
In addition, The Flying Kangaroos will be at Snowbasin on Sunday, February 3rd to meet the public and sign autographs in Earl’s Lodge from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
About the Flying Kangaroos and Snowbasin:
The Flying Kangaroos have made Snowbasin their North American Home Resort since 2003. The team of young women includes World Champions and Olympic Medalists including two gold and a silver in Vancouver 2010. These women will be working on their technical skiing skills, aerial jumping, and simply skiing different types of terrain at Snowbasin. They’ll be easy to recognize in their Australian ski team uniforms.
The Ogden Valley Business Association and The Snowbasin Adaptive Sports
Education Foundation are hosting the Annual Snowdance and Auction on
Saturday, January 12, 2013. This event, in its eleventh year, is a
fundraising dinner and auction held in Earl’s Lodge at Snowbasin Ski Resort.
Festivities begin at 6:00 p.m. Proceeds from the event will be used to
enhance the programs of The Snowbasin Adaptive Sports Education Foundation
and to further the goals of The Ogden Valley Business Association.
Buy Tickets Online or call Lisa at (801) 791-8801.
Individual tickets are $75, premiere seating is $100 and
tables of 10 are $750 and $1,000.
Join Snowbasin for a delicious dining experience, with each course paired with a Uinta Brewing beer. The Uinta Brewmaster will be on hand to talk about the methods for making his beers between courses and the chef Eric Byrd will also be on hand to discuss the food choices as well as the preparations methods. Seating is limited to this special event so make your reservations now buy calling 801.620.1021. Dinner begins at 6:30 pm, $55 per person (complimentary pint glass). Click HERE for full menu.
Snowbasin will be opening in just under a week, November 22nd, for Skiing and Snowboarding conditions permitting. The annual Thanksgiving Dinner at Earl’s Lodge has sold out!, but food will be served from a limited menu at Needles Lodge on Thanksgiving Day.
We will be updating lift ticket pricing, trail openings and conditions early next week.
Snowbasin will be hosting our annual Christmas Eve Celebration on December 24. Following a day of skiing with Santa, Christmas Eve dinner will be served in Earl’s Lodge from 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a choice of classic roasted turkey with cranberry cornbread stuffing ($16); roasted pork loin with apples, corn bread stuffing, mashed potatoes, and seasonal vegetable($18); Cost for children 12 and under is $7.50. Fresh bread pudding or fruit crisp will also be available for $2.50.
Festivities will include a torchlight parade with more than 50 skiers at 6:00 pm followed by fireworks at 6:15 pm ending with Santa’s arrival to Earl’s Plaza by sleigh at 6:25 p.m.
Reservations are not necessary. For full menu click HERE……