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With over 7,000 acres of pristine terrain, we are a one of a kind winter adventure resort you have to experience to believe. Powder Mountain is renown for it's incredible powder skiing, 100% natural corduroys and the best cat skiing and heli skiing...more
We just returned home from our trip to Eden, UT and Powder Mountain. What an overall great experience!
Our kids (12 & 14) had never been skiing or snowboarding before. Since both Mom and Dad are boarders, they chose to try snowboarding as well. We...More
This is a great mountain for skiing especially after a snowfall. But you must be aware of the following or you'll be disappointed. First of all buy your tickets online and early as they have a max per day. By doing so there will be...More
This mountain is so close to the airport! Very convenient. We stayed in eden which worked for this trip but there are lots of options near the lifts. Even the Columbine Inn is dated but worth it.
First, the ski school is just awesome. My...More
Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Corie J
jpfg555, Manager at Powder Mountain, responded to this reviewResponded February 22, 2019
Thank you for the great review Corie!
We will be sharing your kind words with our team and specifically, Chuck, Jenn, Julie, Mike and Evan.
Spent an awesome weekend skiing PowMow. Two days was not enough to hit all of the terrain in this massive ski park. Besides great skiing for all abilities, the views are spectacular. Even though they sold the limit of 1,500 tickets on Saturday, there was...More
This was our second visit to Powder Mountain and it was just as wonderful as we remembered. This place is soooo massive you have the feeling of such freedom and rarely wait in a line for anything. Over 8000 acres!
Due to the fact it...More
First off, before we even hit the slopes we were met by a couple of mountain "hosts" who asked if we'd been there before, then offered to ski down with us to the first lift. Then, they offered to go up with us and tell...More