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Arizona Snowbowl and Greater Flagstaff Chamber Announce COVID-19 Relief Fund

 As businesses continue to struggle with the effects of COVID-19, some are looking for ways to help. Arizona Snowbowl announced the resort is partnering with the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce to create the Arizona Snowbowl/Flagstaff Chamber COVID-19 Relief Fund, which will provide eight $7,500 grants to qualifying small businesses. “COVID-19 has created new challenges […]

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Arizona Snowbowl Opens for Summer Operations

Arizona Snowbowl announced that the resort will open for summer scenic chairlift rides starting on Friday, June 19th, with new health and safety procedures in place. “As we look forward to the official start of summer, we’re excited to offer Arizonans a way to get out of the house, have fun and enjoy the beauty […]

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Snowbowl Preparing for Arizona’s First Combination Lift

After a 12-month environmental assessment process, Coconino National Forest approved the replacement of Arizona Snowbowl’s Agassiz Chairlift. Approval couldn’t come at a better time. Amid challenges with the Agassiz Lift this season, Arizona Snowbowl announced the authorization and that they would begin construction on the new lift system. The new lift combines detachable chairs interspersed […]

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Arizona Snowbowl Shares Vision for Next Chapter

On the heels of the longest ski season in history, and answering the Forest Service’s call to utilize existing mountain resort infrastructure as a portal to the National Forest to satisfy growing recreational demand, Arizona Snowbowl is sharing its vision for the future. The Flagstaff mountain resort is seeking to enhance the existing guest experience, meet current […]

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Big Snow, Big Season

Spencer Plumb could hardly believe his luck. The Arizona program manager for the National Forests Foundation (NFF) was counting on funding from Arizona Snowbowl’s Community Benefit Day to be a boost for forest restoration efforts on Hart Prairie, but he was not expecting this: the NFF Community Benefit Day was scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 24, […]

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Cool Commitment to Four Season Recreation

As Arizona Snowbowl transitioned from its longest ski season ever to summer on the San Francisco Peaks, evidence of activity and a commitment to year-round outdoor recreation is abundant. For the second consecutive year, Scenic Chairlift Rides are offered every day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with extended hours on Fridays. For many Northland […]

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Helicopter Assists with New Chairlift at Snowbowl

Snowbowl officials say a heavy-lifting helicopter was used today to assist with the new chairlift being erected on Humphrey’s Peak. The new chair, the first one on the mountain to accommodate four people, is scheduled to be open by Christmas. The opening day for Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff is Friday, Nov. 20, announced resort officials. […]

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Arizona Snowbowl Receiving Fresh Snow

With the February snowstorm now moving out of the region, Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff has reported at least 36 inches of new snow. One foot of new snow fell within the past 24 hours.  All lifts at the Flagstaff area ski resort are operational. Roads to the ski resort are snow packed; four wheel drive […]

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Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Snowbowl

The latest lawsuit aimed at stalling development plans at Arizona Snowbow has been shot down by a federal appeals court. A ruling today says the group Save the Peaks Coalition and private citizens who filed the lawsuite grossly abused the judicial process. Today’s ruling upholds a previous decision by a lower court which said the […]

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Snowbowl Improving Visitor Experience

When Arizona Snowbowl opened for the 2011-2012 season last month, visitors found improvements to their skiing and snowboarding experiences. Despite waylays caused by lawsuits over snowmaking, the resort continues to work towards the proposed plan that was assembled by Arizona Snowbowl and the Forest Service. Some of the planned improvements were made last summer. Four […]

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