About Snowbasin: Established in 1940, Snowbasin is one of the oldest continually operating ski areas in North America. Snowbasin underwent a world-class transformation as the host of the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Games downhill events, adding expanded terrain with the most advanced lift system in Utah. Top rated by Ski Magazine in the categories of service, on-mountain food, lifts and grooming, Snowbasin is an easy drive from Ogden. With 3,000 skiable acres and 3,000 vertical feet, this resort is best known for uncrowded slopes, wide-open bowls, manicured groomers, glades, powder stashes, steep chutes and stunning views.
Powder Mountain: With over 8, 464 acres of skiable terrain, Powder Mountain is one of the largest North American ski resorts. A maximum 1500-day tickets available ensures you can enjoy uncrowded skiing. This is the place if you want endless powder or untouched corduroy. There’s almost 3,000 acres of lift served terrain, and the remaining 4,000 acres is accessed by snow cat. Powder Mountain’s summit elevation of 9,422 feet delivers 2,205 feet of lift served vertical and averages over 500 inches of snow annually, 167 ski trails, 9 lifts and two terrain parks.
Lodging: Courtyard Marriott-Ogden in QQ or King Rooms based on 2 per room. Includes baggage handling and daily breakfast.
We will be staying at the Courtyard by Marriott, located just a few steps away from historic 25th Street, in queen/queen or king rooms with a full daily breakfast. Amenities also include ski room storage, indoor pool and hot tub, fitness center, free wi-fi and the Bistro, the go-to spot to grab breakfast or dinner and drinks in the evening. Our private shuttle will arrive each morning to transfer us to our ski destination and to return us each afternoon. This resort is also on the public bus route to our ski destinations.
Historic 25th Street: One street over from our lodging is historic 25th Street. During the early 20th century, 25th Street was a center of activity in Ogden. Home to retail shops, restaurants, ice cream parlors, hotels, and laundries, the street was also a common site for illicit activities such as gambling, prostitution and narcotic sales. Al Capone is rumored to have said that Ogden was too wild a town for him!
Historic 25th Street today: features restaurants, bistros, art galleries, retail shops, and hosts outdoor community events. The rebuilt Union Rail Station houses the Utah State Railroad Museums, the John M. Browning Arms Museum, and the Browning-Kimball Classic Car Museum. The street has become a tourist attraction for Ogden visitors wanting to explore the history of the western United States.
** Please note CSC will have a private shuttle to Snowbasin (three days) and Power Mountain (2 days).
CSC Trip Prices
Ski package Base: $1,148
Add Single Private Room Supplement: $1,084
Your base includes: 7 nights lodging, ground transportation-transfer to/from airport to/from hotel, baggage handling, daily private buses to resorts.
**Airfare and lift tickets additional
Snowbasin: is an Ikon Resort and will need the full Ikon Pass or the Ikon Base Plus Pass. The Ikon Base Pass does not include Snowbasin. Day group tickets are available through the Columbus Ski Club.
3 of 5 day Snowbasin adult: $299
3 of 5 day Snowbasin senior (Note: 65+) : $253
2 day Snowbasin adult: $183
2 day Snowbasin senior (Note: 65+): $139
1 day Snowbasin adult: $92
1 day Snowbasin senior (Note: 65+): $70
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Powder Mountain: is a Privately Owned Resort. Day lift tickets are available through the Columbus Ski Club.
1 day Powder Mountain adult: $112
1 day Powder Mountain senior (Note: 65+): $91
CSC Payment schedule:
Deposit due at signup: 50%
Final Payment: Oct. 1st, 2023