Bob Bonar is presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the NSAA for his dedication to public lands stewardship, stakeholder relations and sustainability, all while helping build Snowbird into one of America’s great ski destinations.
Snowbird will commence operations on Saturday for the longest season in Utah. Snowbird is opening on Saturday, Nov. 24, for the start of the 2018/19 ski season. Snowbird will operate three chairlifts on the inaugural day of the season; Gadzoom, Mid-Gad, and Chickadee. Snowmaking operations at Snowbird have been aided by optimal low overnight temperatures in the last 10 days, allowing for ski terrain to open during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Snowbird announced today the Oct. 26, 2018 retirement of Bob Bonar, Snowbird’s President and CEO, Tom Jones, Senior Vice President/CFO and Jerry Giles, Director of Village Operations, and the appointment of Dave Fields as President and General Manager.
Snowbird, home to Utah’s only alpine Aerial Tram, now offers a trifecta of 2017-18 season pass options with the most benefits in all of Utah including zero blackout dates, Wasatch Benefit Program, free UTA ski bus service and more.
Snowbird announced today that Dave Fields has been named General Manager and Chief Operating Officer of the Utah resort. In his 17 years at Snowbird, Fields has held positions in public relations, marketing and, for the last seven years, operations.
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort will join the Salt Lake Climbers Alliance on Saturday, November, 12, in lower Little Cottonwood Canyon to help clean up graffiti vandalism on certain rock formations often used by rock climbersas well as surrounding areas.