Uphill ski and snowboard travel is OPEN. Guests traveling the resort during the off-season have to adhere to the Post-Season Uphill Policy. Powder Mountain is closed for the 2020/21 winter season, and no services are available. This is a true backcountry experience, as no avalanche mitigation is being performed. In case of emergency, contact 911. As a reminder, motor vehicles are not permitted on the property. Guests are welcome to hike, ski, snowboard, cross-country ski, snowshoe, and/or bike under the Utah Recreation Code 57-14-2.
Although the winter season has ended, Spring and Summer are a great time to visit Powder Mountain and experience all the activities the Ogden Valley has to offer. From golfing at Wolf Creek Golf Course, enjoying beach days at Pineview, to discovering the 30+ miles of hiking and biking trails on mountain, Powder Mountain Getaways has the right lodging package for you!
Powder Mountain in pleased to announce a partnership with Indy Pass, a multi-mountain season pass, offering access to North America's independent resorts. For less than $300, Indy Pass holders get 2 day tickets to over 60 uncrowded and authentic ski areas. In efforts to preserve a genuine ski experience at Powder Mountain, Indy Pass holders will be kept within the 1,500 daily cap. On weekends and peak days, 100 Indy Pass tickets will be available, expanding to 250 daily tickets on weekdays and non-holidays. These tickets will be release for purchase to anyone 5 days before the visit.
Are there any other ski resorts positioned better than Powder Mountain to provide a safe environment for their guests? Due to non-existent lift lines, the most skiable acres in North America, and a cap on day and season passes, your favorite ski resort is ready to host you for another unforgettable season.