Snowbird just announced that after receiving more than 711 inches of snowfall this season thats been protected north-facing slopes and cool spring temperatures, the Utah resort will remain open Fridays through Sundays until Father’s Day on June 16th and then switch over to Saturday and Sunday operations with a final closing day unspecified and conditions dependent. Lift tickets are pricey at $125 for skiers and snowboarders over 13 years old but guests can present a 2018-19 season pass from any other mountain and receive a specially priced $50 lift ticket:
SNOWBIRD, Utah — Continuing one of its longest and snowiest seasons ever, Snowbird announced that the resort will stay open after Father’s Day and continue on a Saturday and Sunday basis as conditions permit. Meanwhile, as skiers and snowboarders continue to enjoy the late-season conditions, Snowbird will begin opening its summer activities.
“Snow levels and terrain coverage at the top of Snowbird are still so good we’ve made the decision to keep the ski season going. With the fortunes of above-average seasonal snowfall and a relatively cool spring, Snowbird will be offering something for everyone this weekend with skiing, Brewfest and summer activities.” -Snowbird General Manager Dave Fields
This season, Snowbird received more than 711 inches of snowfall which has been protected by its north-facing slopes and cool spring temperatures. Snowbird will remain open Fridays through Sundays until Father’s Day on June 16, 2019 and then switch to Saturday and Sunday operations only with a final closing day still undetermined. Please note, Tram and lift schedules may change with little or no notice and up-to-date operation schedules can be found at snowbird.com.The longest season in Utah means Snowbird is also offering discounted tickets for the duration. Guests can present a 2018-19 season pass from any other mountain, and receive a specially priced $50 lift ticket. Check the spring pricing webpage for up to date information.