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Powder Mountain

Getting to the mountain

A skier rides through powder above Highway 158

Driving HWY 158

With a consistent grade of 14%, HWY 158 can be tricky to drive when the snow flies and the powder is deep. In order to ensure your safety on your way to an epic powder day, please abide by the new UDOT Snow Traction Policy below.

According to the updated rule, all-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive vehicles must have:

  • M/S tires (Mud and Snow)
  • 3PMSF tires (All-Season) 
  • Chains, snow socks, or other traction devices are also accepted.

According to the updated rule, vehicles with 2-wheel drive must have: 

  • Minimum of 3PMSF (All-Season Tires)
  • Must have chains, snow socks, or other traction devices
A UTA ski bus in the Powder Mountain parking lot

UTA Ski Bus

UTA provides bus transportation from the Ogden & Eden areas to Powder Mountain 7 days a week. Get a detailed schedule & route information below to keep your white knuckle driving to a minimum. 

Ogden Stations: Ogden Transit Center, Courtyard by Marriott, Ben Lomond Hotel, Hilton Hotel, and Dinosaur Park*.

Eden Stations: Eden Park-N-Ride**, Moose Hollow, and Bower Lodge***. 


  • Adults/Youth: $5/one way 
  • Seniors: $2.50/one way 
  • Free transit on UTA Ski Bus is included with your Powder Mountain season pass.

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* When parking at Dinosaur Park, please make sure to park in the designated UTA parking areas.

** The Eden Park-n-Ride lot is located just north of the Valley Market. If you are coming across the Pineview Dam, turn left at the four-way stop between the Valley Market and Maverick in Eden. The Park-n-Ride lot is approximately 1/8 mile North on your right across the street from Iverson Dental.

*** Bower Lodge offers breakfast 7 days a week from 7am to 11am. Dining is available from 3pm to 10pm from Wednesday to Sunday.

The Skylodge, Hidden Lake Lodge, and upper parking lot at the top of the mountain


Powder Mountain offers complimentary parking at three convenient base area locations, Sundown, Timberline, and Hidden Lake.

Two Delta airplanes parked at gates, with one plane ascending in front of a mountain backdrop

Airport Info

Ways to get around at Powder Mountain

A white Powder Mountain shuttle parked with a line of skiers and snowboarders waiting in line to board

Powder Country & Woody’s World Shuttles

1,200 acres of off-piste powder accessed from Sundown, Timberline and Hidden Lake lifts.

Shuttle rides from the HWY 158 Turn Around to Sundown or Timberline are included with lift pass.

Check Lift and Terrain Status for openings. Conditions permitting.

*No private shuttling permitted.