Beaver Mountain has 828 skiable acres containing well maintained slopes with northeastern exposure, perfect for catching morning rays. Come explore a variety of terrain, perfect for every ability.
Northern Utah, opened in 1939 and located near the summit of Logan Canyon in the Bear River Mountains. While smaller and less developed than a number of Utah ski resorts, Beaver Mountain is very popular with residents of nearby Logan, Utah State University, the surrounding Cache Valley and the Bear Lake region, including the southeastern corner of Idaho.
The slopes of the mountain are predominantly east-facing. Since it does not currently employ snowmaking equipment, the ski area is dependent upon the ample natural snowfall, and therefore often opens several weeks later than most other resorts in Utah. "The Beav" is located 27 miles (43 km) northeast of Logan, just a mile (1.6 km) off of US-89, the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway, a national scenic byway. The Idaho border (42nd parallel) is less than 3 miles (5 km) north.