Yosemite National Park Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding

Downhill Alpine Skiing & Snowboarding

Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area makes every mountain adventure fun and stress-free with our friendly, affordable ski and snowboard area that's perfect for skiers and riders of all levels. Here you'll find equipment rentals, top-notch instructors, a ski shop, cafeteria and lounge—and our fantastic sundeck, where you can watch your kids ski as you bask in the sunshine. The Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area is open from mid-December through mid-March, conditions permitting. For information, lessons, snow conditions call 209.372.8430.

Area Information:

  • Elevation: 7,200 ft to 8,000 ft, vertical drop of 800 ft.
  • Average Temperature range - 30° to 60° Fahrenheit
  • 10 ski runs: 35% beginner, 50% intermediate, 15% advanced
  • 5 chairlifts: 1 triple-chair, 3 double-chair, 1 handle tow
  • Beginner-friendly terrain park

Pups Program Children's Downhill Ski/Snowboard

Kids from 4 to 6 years old can take part in our famous Badger Pups program, taught by a patient and sensitive ski or snowboard instructor.

$139.95
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