Arizona Snowbowl Skiing: Flagstaff Ski Area

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Mountain Information

Casting a beautiful shadow across the town, the San Francisco Peaks, home to Arizona Snowbowl, are a focal point of the town. The provide plenty of entertainment for locals and adventure seekers. Read More

Tell me about Arizona Snowbowl Flagstaff.

  • # of Lifts: Five total. Only one lift is used in the summer. 
  • Size: 777 skiable acres 
  • Average Annual Snowfall: 230 inches 
  • Vertical Drop: 2,300 feet 
  • % Beginner Terrain: 37% 
  • % Intermediate Terrain: 42% 
  • % Expert Terrain: 21% 
  • Terrain Parks: Yes, Sunset Terrain Park is located on “Sunset Boulevard”.

What non-skiing activities does Arizona Snowbowl offer?

Arizona Snowbowl might the best (and only) Flagstaff ski area but it has so much more than skiing to offer visitors. You can snowboard, play in the snow or partake in various summer activities if snow isn’t your favorite weather.

What services are available at the base of the mountain?

At the base of the mountain there are numerous cafes, shops and lodges.

The main one is the Peak Side Café located in the Agassiz Lodge at the base of the mountain. Agassiz offers dining, lift tickets, a sport shop and other amenities.

The other lodge is the Hart Prairie Lodge, also located on the base of the mountain, which offers a rental space for events, dining, shopping, ski and ride school, rentals, lift ticket purchases, first aid and other services.

Who can I call if I have more questions?

You can call the Arizona Snowbowl at 928-779-1951.

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