Snowbird's green commitment.
"Climate in Utah is changing rapidly. We need to take deliberate action now."
— Dave Fields, President and General Manager, Snowbird
Want to keep skiing? Us too.
At Snowbird, we want to ski, ride, hike and enjoy this incredible land forever. Climate change is real, and it is affecting the ski industry. It is imperative that we do our part to make decisions that help the environment and maintain our cold, white winters.
Snowbird is an awarded industry leader, setting the standard for environmental stewardship, education and advocacy. In 2016, we welcomed the first Director of Sustainability to our management team ensuring we practice what we preach.
Ski Utah profiles Snowbird Sustainability
Invested in Tomorrow
Every day, every season, we’re making measureable improvements to our operations by reducing waste and carbon emissions, and improving air and water quality. We encourage and educate others so they can make meaningful changes too.
Snowbird has won dozens of state and national awards in environmental sustainability, including being named one of Outside Online's "America's 10 Most Eco-Friendly Ski Resorts”.
Air Quality Improvements
Snowbird strives to improve air quality in Little Cottonwood Canyon, the state of Utah and ski resorts as a whole through electric vehicles, tree planting and a national ride sharing app.
Snowbird works to not only conserve water, but also to improve the watershed and restore water quality in the surrounding areas.
Snowbird is deeply committed to reducing it's carbon footprint and unnecessary waste with programs for mining restoration and recycling along with water fill stations and energy efficient lighting.
Snowbird partners with some influential organizations to help educate and drive improvement around climate change and environmental issues.