Snowboarding in Arizona Snowbowl, Flagstaff, Arizona USA

Skiable area:
777 ac / 3.15 km²
Base elevation:
9200 ft / 2804 m
Top elevation:
11500 ft / 3505 m
Best Period:
mid-December to mid-April
Flagstaff is a wonderful city situated in northern Arizona, in the southwestern USA. It is also located south of the San Francisco Peaks, which is the highest mountain range in the state of Arizona.

If you are in pursuit of a place with great snow quality, parks, a lot of trails and friendly atmosphere, Arizona Snowbowl is the place you should visit. It is the oldest ski resort of the city with the largest beginner ski terrain in the Southwest. With a skiable area of 777 ac / 3.15 km², this resort offers thrilling snowboarding activity.

The resort features 9200 ft / 2804 m of base elevation and 40 trails that can fulfill all needs of snowboarders. 37 % of trails are used by beginner snowboarders, 42 % for intermediate ones and 21 % for those who need something more extreme.

The trails are served by 6 lifts, 2 Surface Conveyors, 2 Double Chairs and 2 Triple Chairs with 2825 per hour lift capacity. Furthermore, the top elevation of the resort is 11500 ft / 3505 m while the vertical drop is 2300 ft / 701 m. You also find 3 impressive parks on spot.

The annual snowfall is 260 in / 660 cm and the longest run is 10560 ft / 3219 m. State-of-the art snowmaking covers 60 % of this resort from late November through early April. The perfect period for visiting Arizona Snowbowl is from mid-December to mid-April.

All these features make Arizona Snowbowl a favorite winter destination to all snowboard junkies. Don’t miss it!