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Beaver Mountain Resort

Beaver Mountain   |  Jay Dash
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Beaver Mountain Resort sits in the northeast corner of Utah with 828 acres of prime mountain terrain that is blanketed annually with 400 inches of The Greatest Snow on Earth®. Though modest in size compared to other Utah resorts, some runs at Beaver Mountain have a length of over two miles and are just the perfect length for getting into the perfect groove run after run. The northeast exposure makes for some beautiful morning sun as it drenches the neighboring rural valley. And the ski area offers two terrains parks and great night skiing. 

Plan Your Ski Trip

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Beaver Mountain Trail Map

48 Runs

1,700 Feet of Vert

828 Skiable Acres

2 Hours From Salt Lake City

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Passes and Tickets

Want to experience the unique beauty of the Bear River Mountains this ski season? Choose from day passes, season passes or the all-inclusive Indy Pass. Since its inception in the mid-twentieth century, Beaver Mountain has focused on offering a quality resort experience without high prices and crowds. 

Season Passes: Season passes are available for day use only and do not include night skiing. Benefits include discounts on local food, goods and services and access to partner resorts. Season passes are available at discounted rates for seniors, students and active and retired military service members. 

Day Passes: Day passes are available for all ages and active and former military service members. You can purchase the tickets at the mountain ticket window when you arrive. Adult, junior and adult 10-pack day passes are the only passes that can be purchased online. 

Indy Passes: The Indy Pass is a fantastic option for avid skiers. It provides more than 70 resorts and 140+ days on the slopes. Season pass holders have the opportunity to save money with the Indy Pass AddOn Pass. Holiday and weekend blackout dates apply. 

Visiting Passes: Partner resorts’ season pass holders can receive reciprocal benefits, including three and four days of free riding at Beaver Mountain Resort. Visitors cannot use this pass on blackout dates, weekends or holidays. 

Beaver Mountain Passes

Lessons and Ski School

The Snowsports School at Beaver Moutain provides learning options for every skill level, age and riding preference. Whether you’ve been skiing for years or just recently started, the Snowsports School has an option for you. 

Adult Lessons: This includes women-only lessons for adults over 16. This lesson series gives the general public access to Utah State University’s ski/snowboard classes and a beginner package for those new to snow sports. 

Kids’ Lessons: Kids’ lessons include a weekend series for local skiers ages four to 18, holiday lessons for kids and a beginner package for children ages six and up. (Read: "What to Know for Ski School")

Adaptive Lessons: Beaver Mountain Resort wants athletes of all abilities to participate in skiing and snowboarding. The Adaptive Center for Common Ground Outdoor Adventures opened in 2017 and offers daily classes from late December until the end of March.

Private Lessons: The best way to receive one-on-one attention from licensed, experienced instructors. Private lessons are available in hourly increments starting on the hour or half-hour. Reservations recommended. 

Note: Parents/guardians are encouraged to drop children off for lessons but need to pick them up during lunch break and at the end of class. 

Beaver Mountain Snowsports School

Resort Information

Who is Beaver Mountain for?

As a family-run ski resort, Beaver Mountain is a place for people to come together and enjoy the best snow on Earth. Skiers and snowboarders can find lodging in Logan or Garden City, both great base camp options for all types of winter adventure. This resort offers the same incredible fall line skiing of larger resorts with fewer crowds and lower prices. With 400 inches of fluffy, dry powder every season, Beaver Mountain Resort is the perfect place for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels.

Parking and Transportation 

Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis and parking passes are unavailable. Early arrival is recommended on weekends and holidays. Overnight parking is not permitted. You can check current conditions with the live webcam.

Night Skiing

Night skiing at this resort is primarily for private events and only a few nights each season are open to the public. View the public night skiing calendar and learn more about private night parties on the resort’s website

Restaurants and Places to Relax

The resort's Beaver Mountain Grill serves everything from breakfast burritos and French toast, to burgers, sandwiches, pizza and pasta.

Snow Report

Full Report

  • Alta Ski Area

    Alta Ski Area

    New Snow: 31″

    Base Depth: 212″

    Open Runs: 109/118

    Opening: 11/18/2022

    Closing: 04/23/2023

  • Beaver Mountain

    Beaver Mountain

    New Snow: 13″

    Base Depth: 112″

    Open Runs: 48/48

    Opening: 12/08/2022

    Closing: 04/09/2023

  • Brian Head Ski Resort

    Brian Head Ski Resort

    New Snow: 2″

    Base Depth: 122″

    Open Runs: 71/71

    Opening: 11/04/2022

    Closing: TBD

  • Brighton


    New Snow: 31″

    Base Depth: 184″

    Open Runs: 65/66

    Opening: 11/10/2022

    Closing: 04/30/2023

  • Cherry Peak

    Cherry Peak

    New Snow: 15″

    Base Depth: 70″

    Open Runs: 38/38

    Opening: 12/08/2022

    Closing: TBD

  • Deer Valley Resort

    Deer Valley Resort

    New Snow: 21″

    Base Depth: 147″

    Open Runs: 103/103

    Opening: 11/29/2022

    Closing: 04/23/2023

  • Eagle Point

    Eagle Point

    New Snow: 9″

    Base Depth: 105″

    Open Runs: 39/39

    Opening: 12/10/2022

    Closing: 04/02/2023

  • Nordic Valley

    Nordic Valley

    New Snow: 9″

    Base Depth: 95″

    Open Runs: 40/40

    Opening: 12/02/2022

    Closing: 04/09/2023

  • Park City Mountain

    Park City Mountain

    New Snow: 23″

    Base Depth: 156″

    Open Runs: 318/341

    Opening: 11/16/2022

    Closing: 04/23/2023

  • Powder Mountain

    Powder Mountain

    New Snow: 13″

    Base Depth: 100″

    Open Runs: 149/154

    Opening: 12/08/2022

    Closing: 04/16/2023

  • Snowbasin Resort

    Snowbasin Resort

    New Snow: 18″

    Base Depth: 192″

    Open Runs: 102/107

    Opening: 11/18/2022

    Closing: 04/23/2023

  • Snowbird


    New Snow: 27″

    Base Depth: 174″

    Open Runs: 99/141

    Opening: 11/18/2022

    Closing: TBD

  • Solitude Mountain Resort

    Solitude Mountain Resort

    New Snow: 29″

    Base Depth: 172″

    Open Runs: 45/82

    Opening: 11/11/2022

    Closing: 05/21/2023

  • Sundance Mountain Resort

    Sundance Mountain Resort

    New Snow: 17″

    Base Depth: 150″

    Open Runs: 72/72

    Opening: 12/03/2022

    Closing: 04/02/2023

  • Woodward Park City

    Woodward Park City

    New Snow: 11″

    Base Depth: 100″

    Open Runs: 10/11

    Opening: 11/18/2022

    Closing: 04/30/2023

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