Snowbasin Resort is nestled in the mountains of northern Utah, just 33 miles (53 km) northeast of Salt Lake City, on the back side of the Wasatch Range.  Their clientele spans generations of families, individuals, and concert-goers seeking a quality product with integrity that has appeal to an adventure minded, value-focused guest, in a warm, fun, and friendly environment.

Snowbasin is the perfect playground for TrouBeliever Fest with their lower lawn and patio outside Earl’s Lodge converting into a vibrant atmosphere featuring the Mainstage, songwriting workshops, masterclasses, merchandise booths and camping sites.  Additional activities and amenities that go beyond the music are the scenic gondola rides, world-class hiking, biking, games for the kids including a Spider Jump, climbing wall and a playground, incredible dining and ice cold beverages that will delight attendees, giving added value to the whole experience.



At TrouBeliever Fest you can find everything from high-end luxury accommodations to great glamping and camping options in the beautiful Ogden Valley.  The area is ripe for a true western experience with great mountain and valley experiences to augment your visit to the area.  Nearby fly fishing rivers, golf courses, hiking trails, horseback rides and more await!

If a metro experience is also on your agenda, Ogden is the nearest bustling town to Snowbasin Resort.  It reflects a rugged, rustic, yet cool urban vibe.  The town’s history has run the full gamut from a trading fort to bustling metropolitan railway hub, and landed into a high adventure attraction as it is now a town full of outdoor adventurists, creative artists, and independent businesses.  Ogden’s rich mountain to metro personality derives from a unique balance of vibrant shopping, delicious dining and exciting nightlife with backyard access to year-round, heart-pounding outdoor recreation and the majestic beauty of the Wasatch Mountain Range.  Historic 25th Street has many revived buildings such as Alleged, which is a “brothel turned bar” with cocktails that are named after old Ogden legends and gangsters, telling a gritty story of the town’s colorful history.  Additionally, Ogden is the gateway to all of Utah’s amazing National Parks and other scenic outdoor adventures with Sun Valley, Yellowstone and Lake Powell only a few short hours away.



Lodging options are varied and include private homes, condos, traditional camping and VIP “Glamping” at Snowbasin, local campgrounds, or hotel rooms located in bustling Ogden.

WOLF CREEK RESORT - An official sponsor of TrouBeliever Fest

“Closest lodging to the Event, Wolf Creek Resort located in Ogden Valley”



COURTYARD OGDEN - An official sponsor of Troubeliever Fest





Fly commercial into Salt Lake City International Airport, or privately into Ogden-Hinckley Airport. Snowbasin is just a simple 40-minute drive from Salt Lake City, a 50-minute drive from Park City and 25 minutes from Ogden! Their GPS location is 3925 E. Snowbasin Road, Huntsville, Utah.

From Park City: I-80 east to I-84 west to Mountain Green exit 96.

From Salt Lake City:  I-15 north to U. S. 89 north exit 324 to I-84 east Mountain Green exit 92.

From Ogden:
12th Street headed east up Ogden Canyon (aka Hwy 39). Turn right on S.R. 167 (Trappers Loop) to Snowbasin Resort signs.

Snowbasin Resort is 8 miles from Mountain Green on S. R. 167 (Trappers Loop).


There are five terraces of parking in Earl’s Lot, three terraces in the Maples Lot, two terraces in Canyon Rim Lot and an Overflow Parking lot. Open-air shuttles will be available that will take you from your parking terrace to just steps away from all the festival activity.


The Terrace A lot will be reserved for those who have purchased VIP Parking with their ticket package.


The Maples lot will be accessible for festival-goers who have purchased a ticket with camping privileges and who have non-camping vehicles (i.e. cars, suvs, etc.).


Parking for festival-goers who have purchased a festival ticket with RV camping privileges will park in the designated camping area adjacent to the Maples parking lot.