Powder Mountain Travel Guide
Powder Mountain Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Ogden
- Resort Altitude (metres): 2,743m
- Ski Season: November to April
- Mountain Range: Beaver Mountain
- Number of Lifts: 7
- Highest Lift (metres): 2710m
- Lowest Lift (metres): 2315m
- Number of Slopes: 86
- Snowboarding: Yes
Powder Mountain Ski Information
Nearby Ogden, 35 miles from Salt Lake City, is filled with history. It was originally, where good Mormon families came to raise their children in peace, but historic 35th Street gave them a view of life on the other side, so to speak, when prostitutes and opium dens ran the length of the muddy street. Today the town has a new Amphitheatre and Plaza for Arts, a professional baseball team, and enough energy to entertain the most jaded visitor.
- Languages: English
- Temperatures: 20 degrees F
- Driving: Drive on the right hand side of the road.
- Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies 911
- Religion: Christian
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Powder Mountain offers night skiing along with the options for relaxing and kicking back. With the fast paced city of Salt Lake on the front door, as well as the smaller towns of Eden and Ogden, there are restaurants, clubs, and bars, as well as cultural activities, on hand for all visitors.
With over 5500 acres of 100% real snow, the Powder Mountain ski Resort offers skiing and snowboarding for whole family, seven lifts to get you up, and the Powder Country backside shuttle to get you around, what more could you want. The Powder Mountain Value Card is available at the ticket window for only $43 dollars, and allows you to purchase your lift ticket at these low prices all season long. Children 5 and under ride the Sundown Lift for FREE
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