13” of snow and counting! Arizona Snowbowl has received 13” of snow since yesterday and more forecasted for this weekend! Click here to check out our Snow Report. Our goal at Snowbowl is to provide our guests with the very best experience, and part of that is through keeping you informed! Our team is dedicated to keeping you updated with new terrain openings and snowfall information in the following ways:
We update our Snow Report every morning at 6 a.m. Ski Patrol updates this every morning, and you can get quick access to the numbers on our home page. If you don’t have access to our website, you can call our Snow Phone at (928) 779-1951 Prompt #3, which is updated every morning between 6 to 6:30 a.m. If you have any questions, you can always call Reception at (928) 779-1951 ext. 0 between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. everyday during the winter season.
We update industry snow reports daily at 6 a.m. You can always check our pages on onthesnow.com and snocountry.com for daily updates.
You can subscribe to our e-newsletter located under the “Social” tab on our home page, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. For breaking mountain news, please follow us on Twitter.
In the past we have sent text alerts to guests who have opted in to receive them, and we are working to bring this feature back. Text alerts will update you on snow conditions and major mountain incidents due to wind, road inaccessibility or power outages. Just text “Snowbowl” to 74574.
We are committed to keeping our community informed. We also update our local Flagstaff ski shops, lodging partners and news stations every morning with our Snow Report.
Need a lift? Save time and gas with FREE rides from Mountain Express! Arizona Snowbowl and NAIPTA have once again partnered to bring you FREE shuttle service from downtown Flagstaff to the slopes via the Mountain Express bus—and we’ve nearly doubled the amount of service days this year! FREE service for skiers and snowboarders from the downtown Flagstaff transfer station on Phoenix Ave starts Monday, Dec. 26th, and continues through February. You can also park your car and ride the shuttle from the Fort Valley Lodge parking lot at the base of Snowbowl Rd and Hwy 180. See the Mountain Express Operating Schedule for details.
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Thanks for reading and see you at Snowbowl!