Arizona Snowbowl Winter Resort

Perfect corduroy on bluebird days, untracked powder in the upper bowl, drinks on the deck of Agassiz Lodge, and epic views of the Grand Canyon. This is what you love about skiing and riding at Snowbowl. Home to Arizona's longest ski season, over 260 inches of annual snowfall on average, and a state-of-the-art snowmaking system, Snowbowl offers the premier winter experience from mid-November through the end of April. The resort continues to undergo impressive capital improvements, including three new chairlifts in the past three years, an expanded rental shop, a new restaurant, and a pedestrian overpass. With the best learning terrain in the west and certified, bilingual instructors, Snowbowl is the perfect place for first-timers learning how to ski or snowboard. Plus, avid winter enthusiasts enjoy the 2,300 ft vertical rise, a variety of trails, three terrain parks, and premier tree skiing. Photos credit: Monica Saaty / Saaty Photography

Trip Advisor Reviews

  • Location
  • 9300 N Snow Bowl Rd
  • Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
  • HoursDaily from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. from mid-November through the end of April.

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