Closing weekend for Snowbird will be this Saturday and Sunday, June 17-18, as announced via Facebook. The goal was to make it to July 4th, but “mother nature had other plans,” the post’s caption explained.
Despite closing “early,” there will be a number of festivities to celebrate the final weekend. Live music will take place on the Plaza Deck from 1-4 on both days, with the band Superbubble performing on Saturday and J-Rad Cooley Band on Sunday.
As for skiing and riding, the Tram and Little Cloud will be in operation; however, only expert terrain will be available. The tram will serve uphill access from 9 am until 1 pm, and Little Cloud will serve uphill access for an hour longer until 2 pm.
With the snow melting at high rates, especially at lower elevations, there will not be access to skiing and riding at the base of the mountain. Because of this, guests must take the tram from top to bottom when they are ready to call it a day.
To access the mountain, Snowbird season passes from both the ‘22-’23 season and the ‘23-’24 season will be effective, as well as any days remaining on the ‘22-’23 season Ikon or Mountain Collective passes.
Unfortunately, all good things must end, and June 17-18 marks the end of Snowbird’s 22-’23 season which delivered 838 inches of snow, countless powder days, and many interlodges along the way. Thanks are extended to all the Snowbird staff for another great season, and cheers to two more days to celebrate this remarkable winter.