Beaver Mountain Ski Resort
Beaver Mountain is situated at an elevation of 7,100 ft to 8,800 ft and it boasts 400 ft of snowfall each year.
“The Beav” is the oldest continuously-owned family ski resort in the United States. Because the mountain’s slopes are east-facing (and entirely dependent on natural snowfall), Beaver Mountain typically opens a bit later in the year than other resorts. However, even though it is smaller and less developed than some of the other Utah ski resorts, “the Beav” is beloved by locals. The Gold Pass, Indy Pass, Yeti Pass, and Ski Utah Passport will all get you in the door.
This destination boasts 828 skiable acres featuring 48 well-maintained runs, all of which are accessible via one double lift, three triple lifts, and two surface lifts.