ARIZONA SNOWBOWL - ONE OF THE OLDEST, CONTINUALLY RUN SKI AREAS IN THE U.S.

Located on the majestic San Francisco Peaks, the Arizona Snowbowl lies 14 miles outside of Flagstaff, 2 hours from Phoenix, and 70 miles from the Grand Canyon. The resort opened in 1938 and is now one of the oldest continually operated ski area in the country.

 

At A Glance...

  • Base elevation — 9,200 feet (2,804 m)
  • Summit elevation — 11,500 feet (3,505 m)
  • Vertical drop — 2,300 feet (700 m)
  • Skiable acres — 777
  • Runs — 40 (37% beginner, 42% intermediate, 21% advanced); longest is 2 miles
  • Lifts —six (in winter); one (in summer)
  • Average winter season — mid-December to mid-April
  • Average snowfall — 260 inches (660 cm)
  • Average summer season - late-May through mid-October

 

Day Lodges

Two lodges are located at the ski area — Hart Prairie and Agassiz. Two additional lodges are located at the base of the mountain on Highway 180, Ski Lift Lodge & Cabins and Fort Valley Lodge.

 

Hart Prairie Lodge (9,300 feet/2,830 m)

Summer Operations:

Administration offices
Banquet facilities


Winter Operations:

Food and beverages
Bar and entertainment
Ski & Ride School
Rental equipment
Equipment repair shop
Lift tickets
Restrooms
Sport Shop
First aid
Lost and found
Outdoor BBQ
Guest Services
ATM

 

Agassiz Lodge (9,500 feet/ 2,895 m)

Winter & Summer Operations:

Food and beverage
Bar and entertainment
Lift tickets
Sport Shop
First aid
Restrooms
Outdoor BBQ