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- $17 for a summer scenic chairlift ride for two (up to $30 value)
- $32 for a summer scenic chairlift ride for four (up to $60 value)
During the ride, chairlifts whisk passengers up 11,500 feet to the peak of an extinct volcano, where, depending on the weather, they can see for up to 70 miles around. The trip takes about 25 minutes each way, with plenty of time at the top for sightseeing. Forest rangers are on hand to point out landmarks—including the Grand Canyon, cinder-cone volcanic fields, and Sedona’s red rocks—and educate visitors about the alpine tundra beneath their feet. Passengers aged 7 and under or 70 and older ride free. Scenic chairlift rides operate Friday—Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Memorial Day weekend through mid-October, as well as on Monday, May 26 and Monday, September 1.
One of the oldest continually operated ski areas in the U.S., Arizona Snowbowl brings winter sports to the desert. Situated in the San Francisco Mountains, the resort’s two lodges preside over 777 skiable acres spread across 40 challenging runs. Whether they’re taking their first lessons or heading out for another day on the slopes, guests can expect fresh, manicured snow tended to by the park’s seasoned crew. In addition to downhill runs, skiers and snowboarders can also hit the Sunset Terrain Park for slopestyle obstacles including spines, rails, and boxes.
After a day of outdoor activities, adventurers can sip cocktails, scoop up green-chili chicken stew, and munch sandwiches at the Agassiz Lodge—featuring live music on the weekends—located at the base of the scenic chairlift where guests can also shop for souvenirs and clothing.
99% of 1,146 customers recommend
“great place....summer or winter!”
“Great visit to top of mountain Dress warm and appropriate for terrain”
“It was a great experience All the staff were very friendly The park ranger at the top of the mountain was very informative I would definitely recommend the scenic...”
“It was a great experience All the staff were very friendly The park ranger at the top of the mountain was very informative I would definitely recommend the scenic chairlift ride”