Powder Mountain road is steep and can be a challenge to drive. Please do not pass vehicles on the road. When attempting to drive the road in snowy conditions, it is required that you have 4-wheel drive and snow tires. While descending the road, downshift into low gears to control your speed and avoid overheating your vehicles brakes. Always bear in mind that we provide bus service in conjunction with UTA so consider leaving the driving to a professional.
Powder Mountain does not permit skiing or riding with child carriers.
Powder Mountain requires all packs be removed prior to loading a lift and carried on the riders lap.
Powder Mountain only allows uphill travel in designated areas and along approved routes. Uphill travel is permitted in the Lefty’s Ski and Skin area, along the cat track for Lightning Ridge, up to the peak of James Peak and up the cat track in Raintree. Terrain must be open for skiing and riding and may not be accessed when closed or outside resort operating hours. A lift ticket or season pass is required when skiing or riding on any Powder Mountain property regardless of whether you intend to ride a lift.
Powder Mountain loves dogs but for the safety of our guests we do not permit them to ride the lifts or use the ski trails. Dogs are allowed in other outdoor public areas but must be on a leash and owners are required to clean up after their dogs.
Personal use of Drones/Unmanned Aerial Vehicles at Powder Mountain is strictly prohibited. The airspace above Powder Mountain is protected space and this policy will be strictly enforced. Use of Drones/Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for official Powder Mountain purposes requires prior authorization.
Test your backcountry skills near the entrance of Powder Country with the BCA Beacon Park.