Alta


Nestled at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon in the Wasatch Mountains, Alta was one of the first ski areas to open in the U.S. - more than 80 years ago! Snow - more than 500 inches annually - arrives early and stays late into the season at Alta s 8,530-foot base. Featuring a summit of 11,068 feet, Alta sports more than 2,500 feet of vertical drop spread over 2,600 acres. Alta features long, straight, steep, fall-line pitches including Alf's High Rustler, Eddie's High Nowhere, Stone Crusher, and the Baldy Chutes. Though widely respected as one of the most challenging in-bounds ski areas in the world, Alta has always viewed itself as a local's and family-oriented ski area.

SnoCountry provides the updated snow reports, weather conditions, and mountain information you need for a great day on the snow at Alta.

Covid Info Last Update at 2021-10-14 16:33:49

Indoor Mask Required
Social Distancing
Sanitization
Stations
Pass
Protection
Reservations may be Required or
Recommended
Pre-Purchase of Day Lift Tickets Required or Recommended

Get Covid info direct from the source: Alta Covid Page

Plan To Open: Fri, Nov 18th

Alta Info

Alta snow report Last Update at 2022-04-24 16:34:02

Alta Weather:
Light Rain
61 °F
Snow Conditions:
Open for Events/Activities
Recent Snowfall:
0in Reported to date
Season Total
Snowfall:
-in
Base:
- in
Open Terrain:
%
Open Trails:
0 of 118
Open Lifts:
0 of 6
Acres:
Alta Forecast:
Friday
Light Rain
High:
58°F
Low:
46°F
Saturday
Light Rain
High:
47°F
Low:
37°F
Sunday
Rain
High:
49°F
Low:
35°F
Monday
Rain
High:
49°F
Low:
37°F

Snow Conditions Archive:

Alta Trail Map