Monday, August 18, 2014

Snow Basin

All repairs have been completed for our motorhome, so Kathi and I will be leaving tomorrow for Moab, Utah.

Today I will discuss another ski resort in the area. Kathi and I visited Snow Basin in April 2011. Snow basin in about 30 miles north of Salt Lake City and 10 miles east of Ogden. We had an opportunity to talk to one of the security personnel who gave us a rundown on the ski trails and resort amenities.  The resort was closed at the time, except for beginner ski training.

Snow basin features Mount Ogden with towers above 9,000 feet in elevation. This resort hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics and Para-Olympics. Lodging needs are met via a partnership with Lakeside Resort Properties located a few minutes drive down the mountain.

Amenities include three world class lodges, Needles Lodge, John Paul Lodge and Earl's Lodge. Earl's was erected just before the 2002 Olympics. Gondolas include Strawberry Express, Middle Bowl, Needles Express and John Paul Express.

Gondola for Needles which share the building with the John Paul

Easter brunch sign with a look at the inside of the lodge.

One of the lodge building at the base of the mountain.

View of Resort buildings at parking lot level.


Wildflower Meadow
Summer fare offers gondola rides, guided tours, bicycle trails and hiking trails. They also hold several wedding per year in the resort.

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