Mountain Information


Arizona Snowbowl is located on the western slope of Mount Humphreys, the tallest point in the state. Humphreys is the most recognizable point on the San Francisco Peaks, which are north of Flagstaff. “The Peaks,” as they are often known, are what remains of an eroded, dormant stratovolcano that was formed between 500,000 and 1,000,000 years ago.

Mountain Stats:

Base elevation: 9,200 feet
Lift serves elevation: 11,500 feet
Hike-to elevation: 12,000 feet
Total vertical rise: 2,800 feet
Skiable acres: 777
Runs: 55 (22% beginner, 44% intermediate, 22% advanced, 13% expert runs); longest is 2 miles
Lifts: 8 (six aerial chairlifts and two surface conveyors, including Arizona’s first and only high-speed 6-person lift)
Average season: mid-November through the end of April
Average snowfall: 260 inches

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