As the anchor of the four Snowbasin daylodges, the Olympic Base Day Lodge is a 45,000 square foot two -story skier’s lodge that provides a large multifunctional kitchen and servery area. The grand staircase leads guests to the United States Forest Service Discovery Center where you can learn about Snowbasin history and ecology. Several dining areas, which are designed around six massive stone and granite fireplaces, can serve conventions, weddings and private presentations. The ceilings vault with large log trusses that frame and capture the panoramic mountain views. Fine European furnishings, granites and wood paneling define the high quality look, feel and experience of the resort.
The Grizzly Center completes the fantastic skiing experience at Snowbasin by providing guests a full service retail and sports rental center. Parents can drop off their children at the state of the art children’s ski school/daycare center. This 25,000 square foot structure is built above the underground gondola car and detachable quad chair lift. The upper level of the facility includes a private locker room and restrooms for guests who want the privacy, convenience and luxury.
Located at the top of the Needles gondola at the Middle Bowl Gondola Terminal at 8,720 ft. elevation, under massive granite spires known as “The Needles”, this 16,400 square foot day lodge services the majority of Snowbasin on-mountain guests with three large dining rooms overlooking the spectacular Snowbasin ski area. Built from logs, steel, and stone construction, this luxurious lodge embodies five large stone fireplaces, a kitchen, lounges, and back of house functions. The ultimate on-mountain skiing experience is created with the blending of mountain architecture and the Wasatch geology throughout this lodge.
Nestled alongside the shear granite cliffs of Mount Ogden, this 14,000 square foot classic ski lodge debuted for the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic downhills and super giant slaloms. This restaurant is located at the top of the John Paul Express lift and will seat approximately 250 skiers. The structure embodies an enormous four-sided open fireplace accented with huge log roof trusses with the main dining room viewing through large glass walls to the spectacular scenery of Ogden Bowl.
These two buildings house all of Snowbasin’s administrative, storage and maintenance departments. The 28,000 square foot mountain operations building contains three stories of the off/administration functions and a state of the art eight bay drive through shop complete with overhead cranes, lubrication, welding and wash equipment. The 10,000 square foot equipment storage building houses equipment and supplies and also provides office and work space for the race department and ski patrol.
19,300 square foot storage building with race department and ski patrol offices.
18,000 square foot Upper and Lower Gondola Terminals
25,000 square foot Gondola Terminal and Car Storage Building with Restrooms and Ski Patrol.
Men’s and Women’s Start Buildings for Olympic and World Cup Downhill and Super G venues.
Snowbasin Ski Area, Utah