Enjoy the oldest ski resort in California! Often touted as one of the most family-friendly ski areas, Yosemite Ski and Snowboard Area offers downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, tubing and more.
Enjoy the fresh powder and rewarding scenery along varied trails at Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area, or bounce your way down the snow tubing hill. When Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area makes your mountain experience stress-free with friendly, affordable ski and snowboard area that’s perfect for skiers and riders of all levels. Here you’ll find equipment rentals, top-notch instructors, a ski shop, cafeteria and lounge—and enjoy the beautiful sundeck with views of the runs.
The Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area is open from mid-December through mid-March, conditions permitting. For information, lessons, snow conditions call 209.372.8430.
The Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area School was established in 1928, and today proudly continues to offer lessons taught by professional instructors—many of whom are members of Professional Ski Instructors of America® (PSIA). Under the staff’s expert guidance, you’ll build your skills and confidence in this safe and fun learning environment. The program is designed to have you skiing on your first day and includes your rentals, two lessons, and lift tickets!
All Day lift tickets can be purchased online. Half-Day and Lower Lift tickets can be purchased on property.
*available only for those snowshoeing or XC skiing
NOTE: Active military personnel receive a free lift ticket with ID, as well as 50% off lift tickets for immediate family members. AARP and AAA members receive 10% off with ID.
Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area visitors love the convenience of vacation rentals in nearby Yosemite West. Find a range of choices in Yosemite Valley or just outside the park in Fish Camp, El Portal, and Mariposa. Back country travelers can cross-country ski or snowshoe to the rustic Glacier Point Ski Hut.
The Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area provides a free shuttle bus service from multiple locations in Yosemite Valley in the morning to Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area. In the afternoon, shuttles return guests to Yosemite Valley. View the schedule below for the courtesy shuttle. The schedule provides general guidelines for when the Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area shuttle buses will run. Actual arrival and departure times will depend on traffic and road conditions. Limited space is available, so we recommend that you arrive early. Leave the driving to us and enjoy the views!
To get to Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area, take Highway 41 and turn onto Glacier Point Road. The ski area is located five miles down the road, which is closed past this point in winter. Free bus service is also available from the Valley.
Visit our Travel Tools page to find tips on when to go, entrance gate information, and mileage charts. Plan your route with our interactive map to include the best roadside attractions, lodging, dining, and more!