Beaver Mountain Ski Area, Utah
Best Maintained Slopes Around
Beaver Mountain Ski Area is located in northern Utah, and has been family owned and operated since 1939.
If you have heard boasts about the best maintained slopes around, come and see for yourself. The northeast exposure is ideal for morning sun. With avalanche-free conditions and very little wind, Beaver Mountain is an all-around great place to ski.
Beginners will want to steer towards the Little Beaver and Gentle Ben runs. Intermediates will enjoy the usually machine-packed Ridge, Stump and D-Street trails. Harry's Hollow is designated as the "racers" run and for hot doggers. Experts will want to checkout Robison's Run, Wipe Out, Old Thunder and Canyon View, to name a few.
Lue's Run is a newly cleared run, named after Luella Seeholzer, one of the mountains founders. If you like fall-line skiing, this one is for you. It is long, steep and littered with bumps.
Snowboarders are allowed on the mountain, but are restricted from a few of the runs.
PSIA-certified instructors teach skiers of all ages and ability levels. The Snoopy Ski School, for children 5 to 8, is an all-day class (except lunch) and runs five weeks on Saturdays or Sundays and during the week of the Christmas holiday.
Services at Beaver Mountain include an A-frame lodge, sun deck, cafeteria, boot room, lockers, ski shop and rentals.
Beaver Mountain is located 27 miles east of Logan, Utah, in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest.