Arizona

Review from a local
Review from a local

Sunrise Park Resort

Pros: Lots of beginner and intermediate terrain, big area and lots of longer runs and different types of terrain, good ticket and season pass prices

Cons: Staff not overly friendly, main lodge needs an update, slow lifts (except the one high speed quad)

needs new lift badly
needs new lift badly

Arizona Snowbowl

Pros: terrain, beautiful mountain

Cons: lift lines are the worst, wind

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Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley

Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley

“ I skied at Arizona's Mt Lemmon Ski Valley Sunday Jan 13th 2008. Here's the deal: Mt Lemmon Ski Valley is the southernmost resort in the US. At approximately 32.5 degrees North, it's at about the same latitude as Tijuana Mexico, Shreveport Louisiana, and Savannah Georgia. Plus it's in the Sonoran Desert (or borders on it if you want to be persnickety). So, warm temperatures, hot sun, and...” --Walt

50% Positive Reviews
Arizona Snowbowl

Arizona Snowbowl

“I had the exact scenario as garojas listed below.  Left my snowboard outside while I was in the lodge for probably 20 min after the lifts closed.  Came out and it was gone.  The staff was very nice in saying they would keep their eyes open, but not getting my hopes up.  Shady ass people up there, so watch out.” --tx2az

40% Positive Reviews
Sunrise Park Resort

Sunrise Park Resort

“This is my home resort so I admit, I'm biased.  But, I have been skiing seriously at Sunrise since 2009.  It's located in the White Mountains of eastern Arizona.  The main towns in the area are Show Low, Pinetop, McNary and Springerville to the east.  It's mostly a "locals" resort, but every weekend the weekend skiers and snowboarders come up from Phoenix and Tuscon.  ...” --mitchsb

33% Positive Reviews