Eagle Point Ski Resort
Eagle Point Ski Resort
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Eagle Point Resort located 18 miles east of historic Beaver, UT and a scenic 3.5 Hour drive from Las Vegas or Salt Lake City, is an all-seasons destination resort offering snow sports, lodging, high-quality dining and entertainment, mountain biking, summer activities and day excursions to nearby attractions like Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks. The resort features over 600 skiable acres, 40 named runs, 1500 vertical feet, 5 lifts and endless adjacent backcountry terrain.
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150 S West Village Circle, Beaver, UT 84713
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HappyJana
Las Vegas, NV839 contributions
Feb 2023
The advertisements are right- the ski resort here is not too crowded and not too expensive and the perfect place to for beginners to advanced skiers. My older kids appreciated all the "blue" runs available and my eight year old really liked his ski instructor,
Written May 4, 2023
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Rich G
1 contribution
Feb 2023 • Couples
What can I say...it's our new favorite place. Loved it. Pros: #1 the people #2 the mountain/snow (especially the lower 3 lifts) #3 the ski in/ski out sweet view accomodations close to the lower lodge/lifts #4 Dennis employee next to our condo who was a big help #5 the lower lodge. Cons: #1 hope they fix the water issue in both lodges #2 upper lifts have no bars and are high (scares me).
Written February 8, 2023
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Don R
Toronto, Ontario, Canada25 contributions
Jan 2023 • Family
Came here over MLK holiday weekend. Not sure where to start. The Monarch lift was shut down with no plans to reopen it. This made the line at the only other lift extremely long. We then noticed they were only loading every third chair. Why? No one could explain to those who had to eat 30 minutes to get on a chair. We then went to other side. That’s when the Tushar lift broke down stranding skiers who unable to hike the mountain back to the top. There was no communication or support from the untrained operators who had no interest in helping anyone. Instead they just stood there and cracked jokes with female ski patrol person as we began to hike.

This place has great potential but is terribly managed. Hopefully the owners wake up, train their employees, invest in their equipment and provide the level of service that will ensure their success in the future.

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Written January 15, 2023
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JJY1964
Beaver, UT24 contributions
Jan 2023 • Family
Groom the slopes daily with wide enough passes that skiers of all levels can ski safely on and through these runs. I skied one day at Brian head and one day at eagle point both days were snowy conditions and I would ski Brian head any day over eagle point - the runs at eagle point were rough choppy un- groomed and icy ( which can’t be helped) but grooming will make the difference. I’ve been skiing here in this area for 25+ years and never experienced as horrible conditions skiing as undid this week.
Additionally, they need to keep the kitchen/ fast food area open till 5pm - many people head there after a day of skiing to get a hot chocolate or a quick bite to eat before heading home. Unfortunately, it is usually closed up by 3:30-4pm.
Written January 3, 2023
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Luc
1 contribution
Feb 2022 • Friends
They are suing skiers for skiing on the private property when they close. Mabye open ur resort every day like a real normal resort. The biggest joke I’ve ever heard of. I’d rather stay in Colorado and wait 2 hours at vail for each lift then every give y’all a dime. Truly not for the ski community u say u r but clearly aren’t. Please if your a true skier and have ever skinned or hiked don’t ever go here they are trying to stop hiking up before a complete joke that’s where skiing started.
Written February 25, 2022
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bob4917
Oxnard, CA32 contributions
Dec 2021 • Family
So guess what ! It snows In the Winter in Utah !
The resort owns the condos and is eager to take your cash !
However they received 3 feet of Snow 31 Dec 2021
Did anyone show to plow 1 Jan 2022 ? NO !
And no one showed the entire day !
Every car was trapped by a 4 foot berm in front of their car from when a large plow came through 31 Dec
Did anyone at resort respond to emails or texts ?
Not until 3 pm !
So instead of enjoying the condo all residents did what the resort was supposed to do !
We dig out the lot !
This is a utter failure of the resort !
Did they think it never snows in Utah ??
We will never come back here and in typical fashion will alert everyone they are on their own when at Eagle point Utah
Totall 100% Weaksause
Written January 1, 2022
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Karol M
2 contributions
Apr 2021
First, the positive: friendly, helpful staff in both lodges and running the ski lifts. Not a lot of people on the slopes was nice. Now for why the place gets 2 stars. On their website it states clearly that masks must be worn, basically everywhere but going down the slopes. That is not enforced even a tiny little bit. On Thursday morning, as the place opened for the weekend, the line was heavy in the small room where people were getting fitted and picking up their rentals, and at least 50% were not wearing masks or had them pulled down below their noses. Staff members had them on, but I saw only two who were wearing them properly. Guests could freely walk in without a mask and staff said not one word to them. Obviously, the words on their website are untrue, and this was disappointing. I would have expected them to have other Covid precautions in place as well, such as distancing in the line or having people wait outside until their name was called (or be given a number and have that called out). We chose this place because of the small number of people we were told were going to be here this weekend (this seems true), and because of the stated required mask wearing. My kids and husband were happy with the skiing, but we were all disappointed in the lack of covid consciousness.
Written April 3, 2021
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Outdoorpartner
Layton, UT1,753 contributions
Feb 2021
I have skied all the resorts in Utah. Eagle point gets the highest-rated for friendly staff. The lift operators were so enthusiastic and nice. Ski patrol was genuinely interested in why I was visiting. The shuttle driver told me a lot about the local area. Grooming was impeccible. No lift lines on a Sunday and rarely passed another person on the runs. However, the runs are short and the lifts are slow. The resort does the absolute best with terrain they have.
Written March 1, 2021
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SoUtWoman
6 contributions
Feb 2021
Best powder of the season, President's Day 2021. We had so much fun skiing and being able to see some amazing fresh powder. The black diamonds were so much fun and not many people.
Written February 17, 2021
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C Fleetwood
Henderson, NV1 contribution
Jan 2021
For such a beautiful place it is a shame that their HORRIBLE customer service will keep people from coming back. From the front desk to the bar they believe in being rude to everyone out of state . So if you are looking for a quiet trip with very rude people this is the place to go . Oh and make sure to see Cam at the bar he is a expert and seems to be a fan of people from out of state .
Written January 25, 2021
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