Arizona Snowbowl is proud to honor active military personnel by offering free skiing for two weeks in February plus Tuesdays throughout the season! Military will receive free lift tickets Feb. 12-16 & Feb. 19-23! And for those who are not from the area and need lodging, be sure to check out Camp Navajo Billeting or the Fort Tuthill Recreation Area!
Military can ski free Feb. 12 – 16 and Feb. 19 – 23 plus every Tuesday throughout the rest of the season. Simply present an active military ID at the Ticket Window and receive a free lift ticket for that day. For more details visit Snowbowl.ski.
Need a place to stay? Arizona Snowbowl offers FREE lodging with the purchase of a lift ticket! The Ski Lift Lodge, located near the slopes of Arizona Snowbowl, offers a convenient location, free breakfast, and pet-friendly accommodations. This lodging deal is available Sundays through Thursdays. For more details, visit Snowbowl.ski.
For those who are new to the sport, Snowbowl offers free beginner lessons with a full-price lift ticket. Arizona Snowbowl is home to some of the best learning terrain in the Southwest with a team of skilled instructors who provide quality lesson programs, helping build fundamental ski and snowboard skills. Snowbowl debuted a new quad chairlift with loading conveyor this season which accesses the Hart Prairie Beginner Area, featuring a wide open, gentle slope that accommodates all types of beginners from children to adults.
Skiers and snowboarders who want to add a little variety to their ski day can visit any of Arizona Snowbowl three terrain parks, which offer something for everyone. For those new to freestyle terrain, begin at the Prairie Dawg Start Park, located off the new Hart Prairie quad chairlift. The Daydreamer Progression Park offers features for intermediates. The Sunset Terrain Park is Snowbowl’s largest and most technical terrain park with medium and large jump lines and signature rails. For more information on the parks, click here.
About Arizona Snowbowl
Founded in 1938 and known for offering the best beginner terrain in the Southwest, Arizona Snowbowl is one of the oldest continually operating ski areas in the country, and is the first to open and last ski area to close in Arizona. Located 14 miles north of Flagstaff, Arizona, on the San Francisco Peaks and on the highest mountain in Arizona (Humphreys Peak at 12,367 feet), Arizona Snowbowl offers 55 trails and 3,000 vertical feet (with 2,300 lift-served vertical feet) on 777 acres with eight lifts, three terrain parks and two mountain lodges. With exceptional backcountry access and tree skiing in the winter, Arizona Snowbowl also offers a world-renowned summer scenic chairlift that provides stunning views of the red rocks in Sedona, the cinder cone volcanic field, and the rim of the Grand Canyon. In the summer, Snowbowl offers scenic chairlift rides, live music, and other events. For more information, visit Snowbowl.ski. Also see Facebook.com/AZSnowbowl and Twitter.com/AZSnowbowl.