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Resort Reviews

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What's up at Sunrise Park

Sunrise Park Resort: Sunrise Park is about 30 minutes from Greer, near the New Mexico border; it is owned by the White Mountain Apache Tribe and located on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation. One of the premier ski resorts in Arizona, Sunrise can receive as much snow as anywhere in the American Southwest. The ski area comprises three peaks: Sunrise Peak, Apache Peak, and Cyclone Circle. Overall, the mountain offers a nice blend of beginner, intermediate, and advanced terrain, which is served by 10 lifts. Find great deals on both group and individual Sunrise Park lift ticket discounts at GetSkiTickets.com!

Snow & Resort Stats

Snow report for Sunrise Park Resort:

Closed for Snow Sports

Last available report: April 8, 2014, 10:43 am

SNOW LAST 24 HOURS Base
0" - 0" 0" - 0"
Snow Last 48 Hours Lifts Open
0" 0 of 8
Last Snows Trails Open
1" (Mar 15, ) 1" (Mar 14, ) 0 of 65

Lift Elevation: 11000ft / 3353m

Vertical Drop: 1800ft / 549m

Base Elevation: 9200ft / 2804m

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Skier & Rider Resort Reviews For Sunrise Park

2 reviews on “Sunrise Park

  1. Pros : Closer if you live in AZ
    Cons : Can be crowded, not many runs, parking can be far, far away, lodge so crowded, no place to sit

    If it’s not crowded, this place can be okay. It’s a good 30 to 50 minute drive from the closest real town, depending on traffic. The Bunny Hill is very, very short. There are few runs. The lodge at the bottom of the hill can be so crowded that you cannot find a seat for the entire day. The parking lot if long and narrow like a football field so if you do not get there early, you could end up with a long, muddy walk to the entrance. If not crowded, it’s an economical place to ski in Arizona. After all, Arizonians don’t have many choices for good skiing! If you’re not going on a holiday weekend, Sunrise Park can be fun.

  2. Pros : Warm spring days
    Cons : needed a little more snow

    I grew up skiing and I wanted to take my family somewhere where they could feel comfortable to learn. This was just what I was looking for. Not too far from where we live. Reasonably priced tickets, not crowded and it felt like a warm spring day out. Everyone had a blast and we will definitely be back.

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