Operating its slopes for more than 55 years, A-Basin, with a summit elevation of 13,050-feet, is environmentally conscious with everything it does. Beginning with snowmaking, A-Basin is effective with the way in which it uses water and strives to meet and exceed health standards. The ski area also conserves natural resources. Tied into its conscious, positive efforts in preserving the environment, A-Basin also minimizes its impact on fish and wildlife.
Air quality, recycling and an aesthetically pleasing ski area are a few more of A-Basin's environment concerns. By reducing energy use and the use of two cycle engines, A-Basin minimizes its impact on the quality of air. The ski area also supports public transportation and carpooling. To "Reduce, Reuse and Recycle," A-Basin maximizes the use of local and regional recycling options. Furthermore, A-Basin strives to support open spaces and limits its ridegeline development; integrating ski area systems into a natural setting. For more information on A-Basin's environmental procedures and policies call or visit the ski area.