Abstract: Snowmass is a particle physics community study that takes place in the US every 7-9 years, e.g., the previous one was in 2013. The Snowmass'21 study (the name is historical, originally held in Snowmass, Colorado) took place in 2020-22. It was organized by the American Physical Society Divisions (DPF, DPB, DNP, DAP, DGRAV) and strived to define the most important questions for the field and to identify promising opportunities to address them, to identify and document a scientific vision for the future of particle physics in the U.S. and its international partners. The P5, Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel, chaired by H. Murayama (UC Berkeley), has taken the scientific input from Snowmass'21 to develop a strategic plan by the Fall of 2023 for U.S. particle physics that can be executed over a 10-year timescale in the context of a 20-year global vision for the field. We will discuss major recommendations of the Snowmass Accelerator Frontier.