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TODAY'S FORECAST

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ROAD CONDITIONS

SUMMIT PASS

SR 158

“We wanted to help protect our forests from this terrible blight, the overarching objectives of this project and other forest health initiatives at Powder Mountain are embodied in our emerging Forest Stewardship Plan.”

Helping our Community One Tree at a Time

Trail Building Triumph on Powder Mountain

More than 30 miles of world-class freely accessible trails

Community

Powder Mountain is a physical place encompassing a year-round resort, real estate development, lodging, and event hosting atop 10,000 acres in the Wasatch Mountains of Northern Utah. We share a philosophy of innovation, creativity, cultural enrichment, and environmental conservation. Our core values come to life in a unique and natural setting of unparalleled beauty. Patrons enjoy the live-work-play lifestyle within the ridges, meadows and the thousands of acres of recreational activities offered on Powder Mountain.  

History

Epically picturesque and pristine, Powder Mountain has welcomed outdoor revelers for generations. In the early 20th century, Frederick Cobabe accumulated 8,000 acres of Wasatch Mountain land as range for his sheep herd. His son Alvin eventually purchased the livestock company and land from him, turning it into a ski resort in 1972, after acquiring another 6,000 acres. 

The resort became a coveted local’s destination, dedicated to ski lovers, not the elite. In 2006, at age 88, Dr. Alvin Cobabe sold the resort to Western American Holdings, who gave the mountain’s reins to Powder Mountain Resort Management, LLC. 

In 2013, Summit Series co-founders and two venture capitalists purchased the resort with the intention of retaining its history, ecosystem, and authentic character. Powder Mountain was expanded to its current 8,464-acres of skiable terrain, with every step pursued in an ecologically conscious manner. It has become the nation's largest multi-season ski resort by acreage and boasts outdoor recreations and activities year-round. 

Ground was broken on a master-planned community in 2016. This development involving an interconnected trail system, 500 residences, hotels, restaurants, shops, event spaces, and more was thoughtfully and sustainably planned to ensure Powder Mountain remains unspoiled for all future generations. 

FAQ

What is the relationship between Powder Mountain and Summit Series?

Summit Series and Powder Mountain are two distinctly different organizations. 

Powder Mountain is a mountain resort and community owned by a joint venture between the founders of Summit Series and two venture capitalists who live seasonally in Eden, UT.   

Request a Donation

Powder Mountain Resort only donates to Non-Profit Organizations encouraging outdoor recreation, creativity and/or art. Individual or team sports and for-profit entity donation requests will not be addressed. Responses should be expected within 4 weeks of submissions. Please include the name of the organization, who this donation will benefit and event information. 

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