Hit the Slopes: Skiing and Sledding in Arizona

Hit the Slopes: Skiing and Sledding in Arizona

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Hit the slopes running with the whole family around these great areas for skiing and sledding in Arizona:

1. SUNRISE PARK RESORT

Hit all three peaks — Apache, Cyclone and Sunrise — for one-day lift tickets ranging from $28-51. With a depth of 56 inches of snow to go around, a lodge and restaurant are available.

Details: 928-735-7669, sunriseskipark.com.

2. FLAGSTAFF NORDIC CENTER

The Nordic Center, with 25 miles of trails for cross-country skiing, is open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily. If you want to make a night of it, reserve a yurt or a cabin, but be sure to bring your own camping gear.

Details: 928-220-0550, flagstaffnordiccenter.com.

3. ARIZONA SNOWBOWL

Arizona Snowbowl is open for daily operations. Hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Ski runs, terrain park and lodge are open.

Details: 928-779-1951, arizonasnowbowl.com.

4. WING MOUNTAIN SNOW PLAY AREA
Wing Mountain is open for sledding and other snowy fun. All food, beverage and sled needs are offered on site. Be sure to check the local weather before you head out – the snow play area may be closed due to weather conditions!

Details: 602-923-3555, snowplayaz.com.

OTHER AREAS

Mormon Lake Lodge: About 25 miles southeast of Flagstaff off Lake Mary Road. 928-354-2227, mormonlakelodge.com.

Happy Jack Lodge


About 2 miles north of Clints Well off Lake Mary Road. 928-477-2805, happyjacklodge.com.

Fort Tuthill County Park: About 3 miles south of Flagstaff off Interstate 17. 928-679-8000, coconino.az.gov/parks.

Also be sure to check out Valley Girl’s Best At-home Ski Resorts for more wintery fun.

Source: azcentral.com

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