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Snow at Snowbowl
El Nino has begun to show us he intends to make a grand showing this winter! The recent storm of 4 to 6” provided a beautiful sight with Aspen leaves still in prime color. Read More.
New Blog, New Chairlift, New Energy
2015 marks a new chapter in the amazing history of Arizona Snowbowl. As we enter the 78th ski season on the San Francisco Peaks, we start with a change in ownership structure that brings new energy and new capital Read More.
Ski Season Begins Friday, Nov. 20 at Arizona Snowbowl!
More Choices with New Discounted Lift Ticket Products Available this Fall.
Flagstaff, Ariz. -- Arizona Snowbowl officials announced the projected opening day for the resort’s 2015/2016 winter season. Ski and snowboard season begins on Friday, Nov. 20, 2015 at Arizona Snowbowl. Read More.
Arizona Snowbowl to Add First New Chairlift in 30 Years
Resort Officials Unveil Plan for Additional Lifts in the Future
July 28, 2015 | FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Resort officials announced today that Arizona’s most popular ski resort, Arizona Snowbowl, will build the ski area’s first new chairlift in 30 years this summer. Part of a massive $10 million multi-resort capital campaign and slated to open for Christmas 2015, the new lift will provide direct access to some of the mountain’s newest and best terrain. Read More
Southwest Ski Area Operator Purchases Purgatory and Arizona Snowbowl
February 17, 2015 | DURANGO, CO, AND FLAGSTAFF, AZ. – In a landmark announcement yesterday, Colorado’s Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort and Arizona Snowbowl announced they have entered into an agreement to sell 100% of their respective ski areas to James Coleman, managing partner at Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort and Pajarito Mountain Ski Area of New Mexico, to form the largest mountain collective in the Southwest. Together, the four mountains make up 3,088 acres, 26 lifts, over 200 trails and 13 terrain parks, all within a convenient drive of each other – and the new owner is pledging to make them the best in the region. Read More
50 Days Until Arizona Snowbowl’s Projected Opening Day
In just 50 days, skiers and snowboarders can rejoice the arrival of winter by hitting the slopes at Arizona Snowbowl.
With overnight temperatures already dipping below 32 degrees, Arizona Snowbowl is gearing up to begin its third season with snowmaking. The first projected opening date is November 28 – “White Friday”. Read More