Sunrise Park Resort in Eastern Arizona, which is owned by the White Mountain Apache Tribe, will open for the season on Nov. 23.
Before you dust off those skis and snowboards, here is everything you need to know before you go.
WHICH RUNS WILL BE OPEN?
Sunrise Park Resort will have two lifts and three runs open during its opening weekend, Nov. 23-25, 2018, according to a news release. That includes the Midway and Bunny Hill lifts, and the Fairway, Pinedale and Bunny Hill runs.
This year, the resort purchased 10 additional snow cannons to produce snow.
WHAT ARE THE HOURS?
The lifts will be up and running from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. throughout the weekend, according to the Sunrise Park Resort website. After that, the resort will open Thursday - Sunday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., depending on snow levels.
HOW MUCH ARE LIFT TICKETS?
Lift tickets will be $33. That pricing will remain in place until the park's top runs have enough snow to open, said Trent Kay, sales and marketing director for the ski hill.
It will then fluctuate throughout the season as snow falls.
Season passes vary between $100-$350. Lift tickets do not include rental equipment.
WHERE IS SUNRISE PARK RESORT LOCATED?
Sunrise is located at 160 Arizona 273, Greer, Arizona 85927. It is roughly a four-hour drive northeast of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
The resort has a hotel, restaurant and bar with a free shuttle to the mountain.
More questions? You can contact the resort at (928)735-7669 or online at sunriseskipark.com.