Eagle Point Utah (US)

Ski Resort Review, Information and Guide

top image collage

MountainYahoos.com logo


Search this site:

Eagle Point Resort
Mountain Summary:

Base: 9,100 ft
Summit: 10,500 ft
Vertical: 1,400 ft
Ski area: 400 acres
Trails: 34
Lifts: 5
Terrain parks: 1
Annual Snowfall: 400"


Beginner: 20%
Intermediate: 45%
Advanced: 35%

Daily Report:

Summer Operations



Resort Services:

  • ski rental
  • ski instruction
  • food
  • ski shop

Trail Map:

Eagle Point Weather:

Eagle Point Forecast
Eagle Point Ski Resort Description:

Eagle Point Ski Resort in Utah provides a mountain for two distinct levels of ability with dual road and parking access to allow one to embrace only one experience if necessary. The beginner and intermediate skiers can head to and park at Eagle's Nest/Skyline and experience only the beginner and intermediate runs.

Those wishing to experience advanced terrain can head to and park at Canyonside Lodge and play all day off of the extensive terrain available from the Lookout quad chair lift. All terrain is connected but the split is clear.

For those who don't ski or board, a tubing hill is available from Skyline lodge at the top of Skyline lift. Eagle Point is also surrounded by some of Utah's finest national parks such as Zion, Bryce canyon, Canyonlands, Arches National Park and Grand Staircase National Monuments.

Eagle Point Outpost Grill Base Lodge

Base lodge: Outpost Grill

Eagle Point Resort Terrain:

Beginners and Intermediates:

The terrain at Eagle Point is split clearly into the beginners and intermediate side of the resort (left side of the trail map) and the advanced side of the resort (right side of the trail map). Once on the beginner side, it is unlikely that one will mistakenly enter any threatening terrain.

Broad Street ski run

Run: Broad Street (it doesn't get any easier that this)
(from Little Eagle chair)

The Sykline double chair and Monarch triple chair feed the majority of blue runs on the mountain.

Big Horn, Annabell Way and Racers Edge ski run

Runs (left to right): Big Horn (green), Annabell Way and Racer's Edge (blue)
(from Monarch triple chair)

Teddy's Twist

Run: Teddy's Twist (blue)
(from Monarch triple chair)


The steepest terrain is all found off of Lookout quad chair lift.

Vertigo, black diamond ski run

Vertigo (black) off of Lookout lift

Delano Drop, black diamond ski run

Delano Drop (black) off of Lookout lift

Donners Descent, black diamond ski run

Donners Descent (black) off of Lookout lift


White Out

Run: White Out (black diamond)
(Off of Lookout quad chair)

Backcountry Terrain:

Backcountry terrain at the top of Monarch triple chair

This backcountry access gate can be found at the top of the Monarch triple chair. This gate will lead to a ridge hike which will in turn lead to some spectacular open areas. The five backcountry access gates are marked as orange triangles on the trail map for easy access to areas beyond the resort boundaries opened in cooperation with the Fishlake National Forest Service. One should have all of the backcountry gear, avalanche beacons, training and preparation before attempting this terrain.
Note: The backcountry areas are not patrolled and have no avalanche control.

Eagle Point Terrain Parks:
Skier riding rails

Terrain Park Ski jump

Eagle Point does have terrain park but you will be lured towards the open mountain terrain on a powder day. The terrain park is accessible from the Monarch Triple Chair.

Eagle Point Apres Ski:

The outpost grill has a bar, two fireplaces, a private lounge, and a dance floor. Bring your own party.

Where To Eat:

Skyline Lodge

Skyline Lodge Cafe
Base: Skyline Lodge (top of Skyline double chair lift)

The Lookout

The Lookout (top of Lookout quad char on the advanced side of the mountain)

You will not freeze of go hungry with all of the Lodge options at Eagle Point. Skyline Lodge at the peak of the beginner/intermediate mountain and The Lookout at the peak of the advanced mountain as well as the base lodge will both feed you and protect you from the cold.

Eagle Point dining options:
  • The Outpost Grill: lunch and dinner 11:00am to 11:00pm daily
  • The Sykline Cafe: in the Skyline Lodge adjacent to the upper parking lot 8:30am to 5:00pm daily

Village & Shopping:

While Eagle Point has a base lodge, there is no village. The closest town is Beaver UT (30 min drive). You will have to head into Salt Lake City or make the long haul to Park City for your shopping. Locally the Skyline Lodge shop can take care of your alpine needs (including repair and rentals).

Skyline Lodge shop

Skyline Lodge shop

Eagle Point Night Life:

There is nothing on the mountain. Stop by Vegas on your way over, or on your way back, it's only four hours away.

Directions to Eagle Point Resort:

Eagle Point ski area is located 20 minutes from Beaver Utah or about three and a half hours from Las Vegas or Salt Lake City. Commercial flights (Delta) are available into Cedar City Municipal Airport.

  • From Las Vegas:
    • Take Interstate I-15 North exit 109
    • Take UT21/Beaver/Milford exit 109 and follow the ramp towards Beaver.
    • Turn right onto S. Main Street/UT-160
    • Turn right on 200 N. Street (UT-153)
    • Follow 153 for 18 miles to Eagle Point
  • From Salt Lake City:
    • Take Interstate I-15 South exit 112
    • Take Exit 112 toward UT-21/Beaver/Milford and follow the ramp towards Beaver.
    • Turn left onto N. Main Street/UT-160
    • Turn left on 200 N. Street (UT-153)
    • Follow 153 for 18 miles to Eagle Point

    Note that Google maps will show Hwy 153 from Beaver UT to Eagle Point resort (mile marker 19) as "closed for the season" when in fact it is open (Jan 2019). The resort has been trying to get this corrected but has not had any luck.

    Road conditions:

Map of Eagle Point Resort Ski Area:

Google Map

Eagle Point (mountain base):
Utah United States
Latitude: 38.320000
Longitude: -112.383409

Resorts Nearby:

Eagle Point Resort Lodging and Accommodations:


comments powered by Disqus
Print Page
Bookmark and Share


 Discount ski lift tickets