Ready for one of the largest festivals in Utah? Voted one of America’s 10 best Oktoberfest’s by Men’s Journal Magazine, Snowbird’s Oktoberfest Celebration attracts over 60,000 locals and visitors per year, every Saturday and Sunday for eight weeks from mid-August through early October.
Oktoberfest at Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort is a family-friendly event filled with traditional German cuisine, live music, a marketplace and activities for all ages . Reveal your inner German and join the fun. Check out the 2016 ground map & schedule here.
Indulge the German (& Local) Way
Step foot into the biergarten that offers more than 50 varieties of beer. This selection includes both German beers and brews made by Utah breweries, such as Moab Brewery, Bohemian, Uinta and Squatters. So what goes well with a cold crisp refreshing beer? Food. From the German delicacies to snowbird’s dining, the food possibilities are endless and extremely mouthwatering. Visit the Oktoberfest Halle for bratwurst, weisswurst, schnitzel, beef rouladen, spätzle, sauerkraut, German chocolate cake, and much more. For more of a dining experience, Snowbird has a lot of outstanding options to offer, including:
Fun for All
If you’re an Oktoberfest veteran, you already know the fun doesn’t stop at the food and drinks. With face painting, caricature drawing, activity centers, live music and other entertainment there is fun for the whole entire family.
Get yourself and your kids all day passes to the activity center which gives you unlimited access to the Aerial Tram, Peruvian Chairlift and Tunnel, Alpine Slide, Mountain Flyer, Mountain Coaster, Vertical Drop, climbing wall, bungee trampoline and ropes courses. At 3:15, take the Arial Tram up to the top of Hidden Peak to enjoy the famous alphorns.
Where to Stay
While you’re here why not take advantage of the great lodging available in Snowbird and other great locations around Salt Lake City. Here’s a look at some accommodations nearby:
Please, Drink Responsibly
A little message from Snowbird: If you feel you have (or your companion has) had too much to drink, please don’t drive. Contact a Snowbird employee and he or she will arrange a ride home for you.
Prost! – A Toast!