Beaver Mountain Ski Resort, Logan, UT

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Beaver Mountain Ski Resort in Logan, Utah and Escape2ski connect you to skiing, snowboarding, snow reports, trail maps, lift tickets, lodging and webcams. Beaver Mountain Ski Resort is a family-friendly ski resort located off US Highway 89, also known as the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway in the Bear River Mountains of Northern Utah. The origins […]

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Beaver Mountain Ski Resort in Logan, Utah and Escape2ski connect you to skiing, snowboarding, snow reports, trail maps, lift tickets, lodging and webcams. Beaver Mountain Ski Resort is a family-friendly ski resort located off US Highway 89, also known as the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway in the Bear River Mountains of Northern Utah. The origins of Beaver Mountain Ski Area date back to 1939 when Logan City operated a small ski area with a cable tow, but it had limited success as it was very difficult to get to. Fast forward a few years later when local residents and outdoor enthusiasts, Harold and Luella Seeholzer had a dream of creating a winter recreation area for their family and members of the community to enjoy. In 1947, when funding was secured from various government and private groups to construct a road into the Beaver Mountain area, Harold’s vision to develop his family-operated ski facility started to become a reality. Beaver Mountain Ski Resort began in 1949, with a Rope Tow and the construction of a warming hut to allow skiers to get warm on a cold winters day. Change and development continued over the next several decades beginning with the installation of a T-Bar in 1950, and then in 1961 the first chairlift was installed, and more skiable terrain was added as skier visits continued to grow year over year. Beaver Mountain Ski Resort has grown into quite possibly, Utah’s Best Kept Secret where you can enjoy terrain on three mountain sides, incredible scenery and be greeted by very friendly staff. There are also several annual fun events that occur at the mountain, the Harold Seeholzer Memorial Race held on the last Saturday in February, and the always popular Snoopy Carnival held on the third Saturday in March. The Seeholzer family has operated the Beaver Mountain Ski Resort for over 65 years with the motto “We Want You to be Part of the Family,” and it shows as the family-friendly environment is evident throughout the ski area.

On the Slopes

  • Beaver Mountain Ski Resort and its east facing slopes are covered with 100% all natural snow, (no snowmaking here) and provide well-balanced challenges for beginner, intermediate, as well as advanced and expert skiers. Skiers and snowboarders who enjoy incredible fall-line terrain, this mountain is for you. Also, don’t miss Marge’s Triple, which provides access to Ted’s Rock, Upper and Lower Red Tail and when you combine this with the incredible views it will make your day on the slopes one to remember.
  • The Little Beaver Lift area is a great place for families, offering wide open trails for the little one’s as they practice their skills and gain the confidence they need to continue to enjoy skiing and snowboarding.
    Night skiing is available to groups wishing to enjoy a private function and experience the fun of skiing or snowboarding under the lights. The Little Beaver Lift is open from 5:00 to 9:00 pm from Monday to Saturday for private gatherings and it is recommended to book in advance.
  • Beaver Mountain Ski Resort is home to the Gentle Ben and Rodeo Ground Terrain Parks. The Gentle Ben Terrain Park is a great place for anyone to begin building their skills using rails and small features before moving to the Rodeo Ground Terrain Park near Marge’s Triple, that has an entire run dedicated to rails, jibs, boxes and jumps for the more advanced riders.
  • The Snowsports School has a vast selection of programs and lessons to choose including the Wild Women Specialty Clinics held monthly during January, February, and March. Check for dates and more details. Other programs include; Private Lessons for children and adults, Mountain Adventure, Learn to Turn and Learn to Turn 1-2-3.
    Beaver Mountain Ski Resort is home to the Common Ground Outdoor Adventures Adaptive Programs that provide opportunities for people who may require additional assistance to enjoy all that nature has to offer.

Off the Slopes

  • Beaver Mountain Ski Resort provides a cafeteria style restaurant where you can sit and enjoy a meal while taking a break from the slopes. There is also a retail shop where you can purchase items such as gloves, toques, sunscreen and even the all important souvenir ski pin to remember your visit.
  • There is no mountainside lodging at Beaver Mountain Ski Resort. However, the city of Logan, Utah, home to Utah State University and rich in culture and history, is only about 45 minutes from the ski area, depending on the weather. Logan is home to many fine hotels, motels and B&B’s for your comfort while visiting the area. Restaurants range from local independents to well-known chains, and shopping can be found in the many shops along the main street through the city to big box stores.
  • If you want to change things up a bit, spend the day away from the slopes and enjoy Nordic skiing and snowshoeing in the Logan Canyon area, remember winter conditions do exist, so be prepared.
  • A little know feature about the resort is that RV Hook-ups are available for your year round convenience.

At Escape2ski you’ll find out – What to know…before the snow.

On the Slopes

Off the Slopes

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Mountain Information

Current Status: Closed

Mountain Essentials

Vertical Drop:
1700 ft / 518 m

Base Elevation:
7160 ft / 2182 m

Summit Elevation:
8860 ft / 2700 m

Skiable Area:
828 acres

Average Snowfall:
400 in / 1016 cm

Trail Map

Snow Report

Weather Conditions

Mountain Terrain

Total Trails: 48

Beginner: 17 (35%)

Intermediate: 19 (40%)

Advanced: 12 (25%)

Expert: 0 (0%)

Terrain Parks: 2

Snow Cross: No

Super Pipe: No

Half / Mini Pipe: No

Jib Park: Yes

Services

Ski & Snowboard School: Both

Rentals & Repairs: Yes

Parking:  Free

Retail Shops: Yes

Family Friendly: Yes

Children’s Ski Programs: Yes

Women's Ski Programs: Yes

Adaptive Ski Programs: Yes

Childcare: No

Day Lodges: Yes

Restaurants: Yes

Distance from...

Nearest Airport:
Salt Lake City UT, 114mi / 184km

Nearest Major City:
Ogden UT, 77mi / 124km

Nearest Town/City:
Logan UT, 30mi / 48km

Contact Info

Central Reservations: N/A

Direct Phone: 435-946-3610

Snow Phone: 435-753-4822

Mountain Operations

Season Dates: Dec 16 to Apr 2

Skiing & Snowboarding: Both

Days Operating: Everyday

Operating Hours:
9:00am to 4:00pm; Night Session 5:00pm to 9:00pm Mon to Sat; See website for any updates.

Night Skiing: Select Nights

Lift Ticket Prices

Webcams

Lift Information

Total Lifts: 5

Trams: 0

Gondolas: 0

Chondolas: 0

=Chairlifts=

Express Six: 0

Express Quads: 0

Express Triples: 0

Quads: 0

Triples: 3

Doubles: 1

Surface Lifts: 1

Lodging

Mountainside: No

Within 30mi / 48km: Yes

Closest Airport(s)

Airport Convenience Ranking™

Salt Lake City Intl Airport  (SLC)
Distance: 114 mi / 184 km
Ranking: Most Convenient

Helpful Links

Ski Resort Website

Nearby Lodging

Tourism Site

Resort Shuttle Service