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The Weather in Snowbird
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Snowbird with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 89°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 8°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
Enjoy perfect skiing conditions at your Snowbird vacation rental
Opt for a chalet in Snowbird, Utah, and you’ll be surrounded by snow-covered mountains that offer the best skiing in the state. Also, you’ll find luxury facilities and the cultural attractions of Utah's capital, Salt Lake City, within easy reach. Chill in the crisp mountains, before exploring the winding trails in the wilderness of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
Discover Salt Lake City
The ambiance of Salt Lake City is palpable, with relaxed coffeehouses and endless yoga classes. Foodies can visit the infinite variety of organic dining options, with unusual choices such as Himalayan and East African cuisine. The city has a freshness and relaxed feel despite being the state capital, and it's hard to believe that 1.2 million people live in the metropolis. The Clark Planetarium, the Museum of Ancient Life, and Temple Square are some of the top attractions in this unique mountain-encircled city.
Skiing at Snowbird
The mountain resort of Snowbird is the most famous in the state, and its skiing conditions are considered among the best. Luxurious facilities include a spa and the state's highest restaurant. As you climb through Cottonwood Canyon past the imposing granite cliffs, the crisp escarpment juts into the deep blue sky. Spend your days whistling through powder snow and sailing through the cool mountain air. Finish your days in the sunshine with a bucket of crispy fries, surrounded by family and friends.
Delve into the wilderness of Utah
Should you fancy the great outdoors with a less alpine atmosphere, head over to the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, where the hiking and mountain biking trails stretch into the distance. The stunning scenery serves as the perfect backdrop for camping trips and picnics in the park, and in case fishing on Salt Lake isn't enough for you, you can enjoy tranquil days in the sunshine here as well. This is Utah at its finest.
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