Off the beaten path from Utah’s hustling and bustling ski resorts in the Wasatch Mountains lies Beaver Mountain, America’s longest continuously family-owned ski area in the United States.
Since 1939, Beaver Mountain has offered a down-to-earth experience for all abilities.
Check out the fantastic video below made by Ski Utah that showcases this gem of a ski area.
Ski Utah:“A series in which we explore Utah’s lesser-known ski areas to discover their lure, lore and legends…
Follow the long and winding road along Logan Canyon to the heights of the range and discover an extraordinary ski area tucked amid an outcropping of the Bear River Mountains. This is Beaver Mountain, the longest continuously family-owned and operated ski area in America. You feel the love and pride in this place the second you arrive. In that moment, you’ll experience a mysterious sense of ownership and belonging that you won’t find at the big resorts or mega mountains. Beaver Mountain belongs to all of us and the Seeholzer family has worked tirelessly over seven decades to share skiing with the people of Utah and beyond.
Film by Tim Jones
Produced by Lexi Dowdall
Thank you to Travis and Marge at Beaver Mountain!”
Vertical: 1,700 ft.
Average Snowfall: 400 inches
Skiable Terrain: 828 acres
# of Trails: 48
# of Lifts: 6
Night Skiing: YES
Pass: Indy Pass
Daily Lift Ticket Price: $60