Ski & Snowboard at Arizona Snowbowl Until June for the First Time in History

Arizona Snowbowl

For the first time in Snowbowl history, skiing and snowboarding will be open until June 1! 

After 281 inches of snowfall this season, with 55 inches falling in April alone, conditions are still prime for snowboarders and skiers alike. The 2023/2024 winter season is now Snowbowl’s longest ski season in history. 

Snowbowl was open for skiing and snowboarding on Memorial Day weekend and will reopen again on Saturday, June 1, for the latest closing date the resort and state of Arizona have ever seen. The Arizona Gondola will be the only lift operating, offering access to advanced terrain. Lift tickets for the closing day are available for as low as $19 when purchased in advance online

Scenic Gondola Rides will also be offered on June 1 with tickets available starting at $20. Gondola tickets can be purchased in advance online here.

Founded in 1938, Arizona Snowbowl is known for offering the largest beginner terrain in the Southwest and being one of the country’s oldest continually operating ski areas. Snowbowl provides 55 trails, 2,300 lift-served vertical feet and over 3,000 hike-to vertical feet on 777 acres with eight lifts, four terrain parks and three mountain lodges. 

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