There’s no point in living near some of the world’s best powder if you can’t take advantage of it.
In fact, we’ve started planning next winter here at Water’s Edge Resort. We already have shred-worthy snow, and next season we’ll also have Bear Lake’s best condos, restaurants, shopping, and more to go along with it.
So how are we going to make the most of all that fresh powder?
Skiing and Boarding at Beaver Mountain
Just fifteen minutes west of Garden City and Bear Lake, Beaver Mountain ski resort is the place to be. You can shred all day – downhill ski, snowboard, or even night ski – and still be back at Water’s Edge Resort in time for a late dinner and a few drinks at one of our restaurants.
Beaver Mountain can accommodate your whole family or group of friends, no matter how uncoordinated they might be. Little Beaver Lift is perfect for beginners or anyone who hasn’t hit the slopes in a while, while the Beaver’s Face Lift extends two-thirds of the way up the mountain and is the place to be if you’re an intermediate or advanced skier or boarder. There’s also Harvey’s Dream Lift, which offers trails that range from beginner to expert.
If you’re thinking about shredding Beaver Mountain next year, we can help you with transportation to and from the ski resort, gear rentals, and more.
Snowmobiling the Bear Lake Valley
Did you know that the Bear Lake valley has more than 350 miles of trails? You can cruise from Curtis Creek and Elk Valley all the way to St. Charles. Stop off to see the view at some of Utah’s most scenic destinations, including Peter Sinks, Temple Peak, and Hardware Ranch. Then keep heading north to Idaho to check out Beaver Creek, Swan Flat, Gibson Basin, and Fish Haven. And, best of all, Water’s Edge Resort is located in the heart of all the best trails. Start here and you can head just about anywhere…
If you haven’t cruised these trails before, you’re in for a treat. The snow quality is excellent, there are plenty of off-trail opportunities, and you can reach many of the mountain peaks to see the entire Bear Lake valley all the way from the Tetons to the Uintas. Along the way, you’ll see cascading waterfalls, frozen streams, and local elk and moose. Bring your GoPro, because you’ll want to use it – trust us.
How will you spend next winter? Will you just be doing the same old thing, or are you ready to carve some powder at Bear Lake with your friends and family? Visit our website to learn more about the year-round fun at Water’s Edge Resort.