A once popular ski area since it opened in the early 70s and operated until 2002 as Mt. Holly and, later, Elk Meadows, Eagle Point Resort was reintroduced to the public in 2010. The current owners, three friends from outside the ski industry, envisioned a boutique resort with challenging and enjoyable terrain, modern amenities, lively entertainment and the highest standards in guest service. These qualities have made Eagle Point Resort Utah’s best kept secret, for now...
Amidst a stunning alpine backdrop, the resort offers five lifts and two transport snow cats with access to over 600 skiable acres and 40 runs ranging from tree-lined groomers to the most challenging runs in Southern Utah. Beyond the slopes, a progressive terrain park, snowshoeing trails and the longest tubing runs in North America will entertain the whole family. A full service resort, Eagle Point offers PSI-AASI certified instructors, children's programs, and a full fleet of rental and demo equipment. Trained technicians are on staff for quick tunes or equipment repairs.
If you like to adventure beyond the resort boundaries, you will find some of the Utah’s best backcountry touring terrain surrounding Eagle Point. In cooperation with the National Forest Service, the resort offers five gates where skiers and riders can access the vast lands and peaks of Fishlake National Forest.
The Mountain at a glimpse:
● Over 1500 vertical feet
● Over 600 skiable acres
● Over 40 named runs
● Over 320 days of sunshine
● Over 450 inches of annual snowfall
● 5 lifts and 2 transport snowcats
● Terrain Park and Tubing Park
● Top elevation on resort 10,600 feet; top elevation of nearby peaks over 12,000 feet