Winter at Sunrise

Resort Hours

All Trails Open Rest of the Season!

Open Fri-Sun until March 31

Hours: 9:00am to 4:00pm

Sunrise Park Resort is Arizona’s Ultimate Mountain Adventure, offering skiing, snowboarding, ski bikes, cross country skiing, and tubing. We offer the most ski runs and acreage in the state and have lessons available for all ages. See more information about all our winter activities below.

Skiing and Snowboarding

Sunrise Park Resort offers the most trails and terrain for downhill skiing and snowboarding in Arizona. We have trails from beginner (green) to expert (double black diamond). We offer ski and snowboard lessons for beginners of all ages and improvement lessons for skiers/snowboarders looking to improve their skills. Rentals of skis, snowboards, boots, poles, and other equipment are all available at the base of Sunrise Mountain.

Ski Bikes

Ski biking (also known as Skibobbing) is a bicycle-like frame with skis instead of wheels. The sport is offered for beginners and experienced individuals at Sunrise. We offer lessons and rentals for ski biking and the lift system allows for ski bikers to ride the lift up the mountain. First-time ski bike riders at Sunrise require a safety certification by the ski bike staff prior to loading the lifts, regardless of their experience or personal equipment to ensure the safety of themselves and other visitors.

Ski Bike

Snow Tubing

Snow Tubing Winter Activities

Skip the hiking and ride the surface lift up the hill, then bomb down our groomed tubing hill as fast as you dare! Offering tubing fun for families and guests of all ages. Snow tubing is a fun and easy alternative to skiing or snowboarding while you visit the mountain.

The tubing hill is located at the base of Sunrise Mountain, behind Camp Sunrise.

Cross Country Skiing

Trek across the alpine terrain of Sunrise Park Resort with our special trails dedicated to cross-country skiing. We offer a dedicated area across from the mountain for families and enthusiasts alike to enjoy trekking through the forest and across the hills nearby.