Photo Courtesy: Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort

Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort is continuing their traditon of providing free tram rides when visitors help Utah's less fortunate with food or hygiene donations for the Utah Food Bank during its Customer Appreciation Days.

On Nov. 2, 3, 9, and 10, guests may receive a free foot passanger aerial tram ride with the donation of a can of food or hygiene item or a $3 donation to the Wasatch Adaptive Sports. 

“This is a wonderful opportunity to help needy families, and a beautiful time of the year to visit Hidden Peak,” says Dave Fields, Vice President of Resort Operations.

Last year, 7,858 pounds of food was donated to the Utah Food Bank along with $4,261 raised for Wasatch Adaptive Sports as the result of the annual Customer Apprecation Day.


Photo Courtesy: Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort

To take advantage of Snowbird's offer, guests may bring either a can of food, a hygiene item or $3 on any Saturday or Sunday from Nov. 2 until Nov. 10 between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., weather permitting. Check Snowbird's website for updates on the schedule of operations.

Requested items are toothpaste, soap, baby diapers and wipes. Preferred canned food items are peanut butter, tuna, chili, soup or stew, vegetables, fruit, beans and spaghetti sauce. Acceptable boxed foods are rice, macaroni and cheese, boxed dinners, cake mix and pasta. Some special-needs food, such as low-sugar or low-sodium items will also be accepted for the offer.