Lukas Nelson, with his band Promise of the Real, return to the Wasatch on St. Patrick’s Day to play a FREE outdoor concert on the patio of Earl’s Lodge. Lukas is no stranger to Utah as he has played to several large shows in the Park City and Salt Lake areas. From large sell-out crowds all over the country, countless festivals, and everything in between, he lands on March 17th in Huntsville UT for a free outdoor après ski show for the ages. Snowbasin is honored and proud to be hosting this live music event. And moreover, Snowbasin is extremely excited to be sharing this event with it’s loyal patrons. This is our way of saying thank you and supporting us this season.
Along with the concert, beverages, multiple food stations, and a VIP area (tickets $20) will be available on the patio that day with plenty of St. Patrick’s Day Shenanigans. The VIP area will be serving a full bar; and besides great exclusive viewing, a take home refillable cup will be part of the package as well as a CD signing from Lukas Nelson and Members of Promise of the Real at the end of the show. VIP tickets will be available to purchase in Earl’s Lodge beginning March 1st.
For more Info on Promise of the Real:
YouTube: Dave Letterman Show, Bob Rivers Show
Please, no outside food or beverage is allowed at Snowbasin concerts.
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.
Join the fun in the Cinnabar Lounge Thursday afternoon with the Monophonics playing Psychedelic Hard Funk for your enjoyment. The musicians play from 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm. For more information about the Monophonics check out the following links:
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.
In participation with NSAA’s National Safety Week starting tomorrow Snowbasin’s Ski Patrol will be offering skiers & snowboarders the chance to “Know The Code” and win a prize. Individuals can approach Ski Patrol and be tested on how many rules they know from the NSAA’s Responsibility Code. A person who knows at least three rules of the Responsibility Code will receive a coupon for a free drink. A person who answers four or more is entered into a daily drawing for a helmet from January 19th through January 27th.
Come up to Snowbasin with a loved one for our annual Valentine’s Day Dinner on February 14th at Needles Lodge. Start the evening with a cozy gondola ride for two, followed by an elaborate 5 course meal! $75 per person includes the gondola ride and a rose*. First seating 5:30PM, last seating 9:00PM. Reservations are required by calling (801) 620-1021. For the full menu click HERE.
*Tax, Gratuity, and Alcohol not included
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.
Snowbasin is proud to introduce the Lucky 13 Program! For $39 an individual will receive a Little Cat Lift ticket, 2 Hour Group Lesson and Basic Rental. Lessons are available daily at 10 am and 1 pm. Lucky 13 is designed for first time and beginner skiers & snowboarders “Only”.
*Lucky 13 is available from January 1st through the 13th.
For more information please contact the Snowsports Learning Center at 801.620.1015
Snowbasin Resort will be expanding its terrain with the opening of the Strawberry Gondola and Base Area, December 30th. This will allow skiers and snowboarders access to Elk Ridge, Last Chance, Main Street, Trapper Trail, and Bear Springs runs. Keep checking back to the Snowbasin Blog as we will be expanding more terrain as weather permits.
The two-lane lift assisted tubing hill is now open for the season. We will be open from 10am to 4pm everyday through Jan. 1st. After the holidays, regular operating hours will resume on Saturday, Sunday and holiday Mondays. The tubing hill is located near the Maples Parking lot. Look for the flags! Tickets are available at the tubing hill, and include tube rentals.
|Tubing Hill Handle Tow Lift
|Non-Season Pass Holders
Snowbasin Resort will open the John Paul Express Lift tomorrow, December 27th. Please be aware that the terrain accessed by John Paul Express is limited to advanced and expert Skiers/Snowboarders only. Early season conditions exist. Many unmarked hazards exist at or just below the snow surface. Please obey all posted signs. Due to these early season conditions there will be no groomed runs available from the John Paul Express. Snowbasin will open additional terrain as weather and snow conditions permit.