Snowbird, Utah is in the heart of the Wasatch-Cache National Forest in Little Cottonwood Canyon, one mile down canyon from Alta. Snowbird’s base elevation, at the Snowbird Center, is 8,100 feet. Snowbird’s highest point is at Hidden Peak, where the tram docks—a whopping 11,000 feet. All conference functions will be held at Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort. It is a large, four seasons resort with plenty of space for networking, private meetings, social events with outstanding meeting rooms.
Highway 210, Little Cottonwood Canyon
Snowbird, UTAH 84092
Rooms at The Cliff Lodge (part of the Snowbird Resort) may be reserved through the hotel, at the discounted rate of $119.00 single/double.
PLEASE NOTE: If you register online you will be required to pay for the whole stay at that time. If you call the 800 number to make a reservation you can guarantee your stay with a one night deposit. Snowbird's cancellation policy is 48 hours prior to arrival.
- Online Registration: go directly to https://store.snowbird.com/lodging/details.php?file=716893.res&sort=pa
You may also go to www.snowbird.com. Under ‘Buy Online”, select lodging, input dates and enter the group code AWR61.
- Telephone Registration: Call Snowbird at 800-453-3000 and give them the group code AWR611 and tell them you are attending the AWRA 2011 Summer Conference
The Salt Lake International Airport is 29 miles from Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort. If traveling by freeway, it takes approximately 40-45 minutes to reach Snowbird from Salt Lake City.
Wasatch-Cache National Forest http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/wcnf/
Unita National Forest http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/uinta/