Arizona Snowbowl Now Open

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Arizona Snowbowl is now open for the 2015/2016 Winter Season!

Hit the Slopes During your Sedona Winter Vacation!

There are many people who love to visit Sedona, Arizona during the winter season in hopes of catching the beauty of snow on the red rocks, great hotel rates, holiday events, winter hiking and spa getaways but did you know that you could easily add some ski/snowboard time to your vacation?

Arizona Snowbowl is Open! Yes, you heard me right the wonderful staff up in Flagstaff have pulled off the earliest opening in over 35 years!

“SLOPES REPORT: Groomers are making final touches on the trails and here is what you can expect from the opening weekend:
FRIDAY: Hart Prairie & Sunset chairlifts plus Little Spruce conveyor open (over 35% of the terrain), SATURDAY & BEYOND: Little Spruce conveyor, Hart Prairie, Sunset and Agassiz chairlift to the top (with Ridge side, Spur Catwalk, Logjam, Casino, Blackjack, Stump Patch, Volcano, White Lightning and Lower Bowl trails) – over 80% of the mountain terrain will be open! We look forward to seeing everyone up here!” – Arizona Snowball on Facebook.

 Located only an hour from Sedona (directions below), it can easily be incorporated into your vacation. The Snowbowl offers 40 trails, 6 lifts, terrain park, snow making on over 60% of the trails, on-mountain dining options and more!

Don’t worry if you have never attempted to ski or snowboard before because the professional instructors at Arizona Snowbowl’s Ski & Ride School can help. Whether you’re a first-timer or an expert, enhance your skiing and snowboarding experience with a little help from the pros.

The Arizona Snowbowl has done a great job on their website and we highly recommend visiting it at www.arizonasnowbowl.com for more information or visit Arizona Snowbowl on Facebook.

So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags, and your ski poles, and plan your winter Sedona/Flagstaff getaway today!

Directions from the Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona to Arizona Snowbowl


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