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A Spring Break Ski Vacation at Eagle Point Resort

A Spring Break Ski Vacation at Eagle Point Resort

Many skiers and snowboards consider spring break the best time of year to head to the mountains. It’s the sweet spot—temps are warmer and the sun shines brightly, yet big snowfalls are still possible. In fact, in much of the Mountain West, March is a month of big snow! In the spring, ski resorts get into the end-of-season spirit too, with music and festivals scheduled to celebrate another successful year. 

If you’re thinking a spring break ski vacation is for you, you may be wondering if it’s already too late to book lodging or if tickets will be too expensive. But if you come to Eagle Point Resort in Beaver, Utah, you’ll find available lodging, affordable lift tickets, and plenty of fantastic snow to go around. 

Perched high upon a stunning location in the Tushar Mountains, Eagle Point Resort is Southern Utah’s steepest and deepest ski and snowboard resort. Considered a perfect getaway from the crowded slopes and high prices of the mega-resorts, Eagle Point Resort is a scenic 17-mile drive from downtown Beaver via Route 153. The independently-owned resort averages 350 annual inches of Utah’s Greatest Snow on Earth across 600 skiable acres and over 1,500 vertical feet.  Beyond the slopes, a progressive terrain park, snowshoeing trails, and endless backcountry entertain the whole family.

In the heart of the village is plentiful ski-in/ski-out lodging making your stay convenient and comfortable. Guests of the resort often note the lack of lift lines, uncrowded slopes, and friendly staff on and off the mountain.

Eagle Point Resort Stats:

9,100’ base elevation
10,600’ summit elevation
1500’ vertical
650 lift-served skiable acres
40 named runs
4 lifts
2 Terrain Parks
350”+ of annual snowfall of Utah’s Greatest Snow on Earth®

Get online and book your Eagle Point Spring Break trip now, just be sure to pack your sunscreen because with spring’s bluebird days, you’re going to need it!