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Snowbasin

Information and updates on Snowbasin Ski Resort real estate and homes for sale. 

Found 6 blog entries about Snowbasin.

 

Waking up to a beautiful crisp morning in the Eden/Huntsville/Liberty area (or “the valley” as the locals like to call it), you might be wondering about all the activities and which ones you should do first! I have listed some of my favorites below with area guides that will help you choose activities depending on what time of the year you will be visiting:

Spring, Summer, and Fall in the Eden, Liberty, Huntsville Utah

Pineview Reservoir Huntsville UtahHuntsville, Utah

Our Lakes

  • Located in the heart of Huntsville, Pineview Reservoir is a coveted boating destination. You can rent a boat at Club Rec and fish for record-breaking Tiger Muskies! There are boat ramps located at all areas except Middle Inlet. 

  • Causey Reservoir is the most serene place

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Article originally published in the Winter/Spring 2016 Mountain Luxury Collection Magazine.

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Snowbasin: these majestic mountains create not only the backdrop for Ogden Valley but act as a sanctuary for wildlife and likely the largest factor of growth for the area. Snowbasin is a sleeping development giant with over 4,800 units spanning Weber and Morgan counties, and the funding to execute. With final approvals delivered in both counties, land transfers complete, and water acquired, it is a matter of time before ground is broken, although no one knows exactly when.

Snowbasin’s master plan is done in typical Holding style with over 80% of the land left for open space honoring nature and the existing beauty. Snowbasin owns some 12,000

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Snowbasin Uphill Skiing

By Brian Nicholson

A few years ago, a friend of mine, Steve Nestel, started doing this crazy thing that at the time, I couldn’t possibly understand: he went skiing. Now, obviously, skiing wasn’t the crazy part. The bizarre nature of his new found craze was that the skiing was UPHILL.

“What?” I asked. “Are the lifts broken? You have to ski uphill?” For me, that logic was similar to the age old skydiving question, “Why would I choose to jump out of a perfectly functioning airplane?” But on December 31, 2020, that paradigm changed for me. Following the year of complete craziness that was 2020, I was ready to try something new.

Snowbasin Uphill Skiing

With an encouraging invitation, and what was slated to be a pretty good weather day, I decided to join my clearly

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Hunstville Homes for Sale

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6486 E HWY 39 #4 Huntsville, UT 84317

$289,000 | 2 Bed | 2 Bath | 1,090 SF | .08 Acres | MLS# 1717488

 

Two-bedroom turnkey condo in Lakeside Resort Properties. Zoned for vacation rentals and located in the beautiful Ogden Valley, this condo is home base for the outdoor enthusiast. Walk to the shores of Pineview and enjoy the beach, paddleboard, fish, or boat. Winter welcomes you to world-renowned Snowbasin Ski Resort, or a little further north you'll find the deep powder of Powder Mountain Ski Resort or hit the slopes for night skiing at Nordic Valley. There's so much to do. Enjoy cross-country skiing, hiking, mountain biking, or snowmobiling. This condo is located in mountain county with all the amenities of resort

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This was just released by Snowbasin. I was at the resort on Thursday and it isn't looking so great. But have faith, Snowbasin will get lots of snow! I BELIEVE.

Wolf Mountain is open, bunny hill only. So, there is skiing to be done! My husband managed to get some skinning at Powder last Sunday after the storm. He had some great runs on north facing slopes. Welcome winter!

See you on the slopes!

Brandi

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Jodi Holmgren 801.510.9684

SNOWBASIN TO OFFICIALLY OPEN ON THANKSGIVING DAY

SNOWBASIN, Utah (November 24, 2009) - Snowbasin announced today that they will open as planned on November 26th. Needles Express Gondola and Littlecat Express Quad will be in operation beginning at 9am on Thanksgiving. Mountain Manager,

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So I have not read the book, Bargaining for Eden, as of yet, but Scott Trimble has written a story of the struggles over land and it is focused on the land swap between Earl Holding and Forest Service for Snowbasin. I will make more comments once I have read it but from what I have read in reviews and been told so far, the book appears to be a balanced view of preservation of land and open space versus development the rights to do such.

Here is a very important point, conservation easements and who holds them is critical. I am not sure if this is actually addressed or not in the book, but had a third party (non-political) possessed a conservation easement, the land could have not been developed.

Just a note, anything can be developed with a change in

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