Snowboarding in Badger Pass, Yosemite National Park, California USA

Lifts Capacity:
6.800 passengers/hour
Average snowfall:
300 inches/762 cm
Vertical drop:
800 feet/243.8 meters
Top elevation:
8000 feet/2438 meters
Badger Pass Ski Area is a small ski area which is located in Yosemite National Park, near Mariposa, California, USA.

Affordable, friendly and unpretentious, Badger Pass ski area has to offer a one of a kind stress free experience. If it is permitted by the conditions, you can enjoy the California sun and practice your favorite snow activities from mid-December to mid-March. The area is ideal for snowboarding.

It has a lift system of 5 lifts i.e. 1 triple chair, 3 double chairs and 1 surface lift. The lift capacity is 6.800 passengers/hour. It has one terrain park. There is also a fun, beginner, friendly terrain park that includes over 15 snowboard features and a lot of room to learn new maneuvers.

Snowfall is 300 in/762 cm and vertical drop is at 800 ft/243.8 m. Top elevation is at 8000 ft/2438 m and base elevation at 7200 ft/2195 m. Skiable area covers 90 ac/0.36 km² and the longest run is 0.4 mi/0.6 km. The runs are 10 in total, of which 35% easiest, 50% more difficult and 15% most difficult. Average temperature ranges from 30 to 60°F/-1.1 to 15.5°C.