Snowbasin will be hosting a Super G Race Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the John Paul Area of the resort for ages 14 and under. We will have some of the following trails either closed or with limited access. Starting at the bottom Wildflower Run accessed continuing down Draba Drop along with City Hill will be closed to the public. You will still be able to ski Wildflower but will need to exit through Parson’s Run to Blue Grouse. Once on Blue Grouse you will have skier’s right side access into Showboat accessing Little Cat Terrain Park and the bottom of Wildcat Bowl leading to the base area. For any other information please contact Snowsports Learning Center 801.620.1015 or our general information line 801.6201000.
We are excited to see so many people enjoying the trails at Snowbasin this summer! Please note that due to safety reasons, there are a couple trail closures due to events on the mountain. Thank you for your cooperation!
Saturday, July 31st- Trails closed until 11am for the Intermountain Cup. Shuttle service will be running that day.
Saturday & Sunday, Aug. 7 & 8- WOWFest – Most trails are open to hikers. No bike access on gondola. No bike shuttle services. Trails behind concert venue will be closed on both days.
Saturday, August 28th- Mt. Ogden50/100k at Snowbasin – All trails will be closed for the race. No bike shuttle service.
Saturday, September 25th – XTERRA USA Championships – All trails will be closed for the race. No bike shuttle service.
Hear ye’, hear ye! The great people of Ogden, world-class facilities at Snowbasin Resort and majestic Wasatch Range combined to do what no other venue in the history of XTERRA has done before.
First, they rallied the community into hosting an off-road triathlon. Then, they turned that race from a local grassroots affair into a major regional event on the XTERRA Tour. And now, they’re hosting the XTERRA USA Championship, the biggest race on the XTERRA America Tour. Indeed, the culminating event in the 60-race U.S. series.
Come September 26, some 50 pros – Olympians, Adventure Racing World Champs, Mountain Biking Legends alike – will be in town to race for $80,000 in prize money. Dozens of cameraman will position themselves around Wheeler Canyon to capture all the action for a nationally syndicated one-hour sports special. Amateur athletes from nearly every state in the union will travel here to chase their dreams and race for the XTERRA National Championship crown.
And the XTERRA Utah off-road triathlon, featuring a 750m swim, 19km mountain bike, and 5km trail run, will take place on the same day, at the same time (well, 20 minutes later), and on the same course.
Utah is where it’s at, and we want you to join us and make this thing the most rockin’ off-road tri festival ever. In addition to the off-road tris we’re putting on the XTERRA Wheeler Canyon 21k that runs from Pineview Reservoir to Snowbasin Resort, the XTERRA K9 Challenge owner-and-dog races, the Paul Mitchell Cut-a-thon, Kids Zone, Pro Clinics, Expo, party under the stars in downtown Ogden with highlight videos, great food, live music, and good vibes. It’s all part of the annual Mountain 2 Metro games which are running simultaneously with a host of activities and events for the whole family.