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Find Out Where You Can Après Ski in Utah Sooner Rather Than Later

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Find Out Where You Can Après Ski in Utah Sooner Rather Than Later

Photo Credit: Park City Resort

Utah Ski Resort Receive a Healthy Dose of Early Season Snow

Press Release

SALT LAKE CITY, UT (November 6, 2017) – Over the past few days Utah received a healthy early season snow-storm. The big winner was Beaver Mountain in Northern Utah with over 20” since Saturday. With more snow on the way and cold temperatures to keep the snow guns on full force, Utah is looking to start the 2017-18 season in less than two weeks. 

“Receiving snow and cold temperatures like this a few weeks before the lifts start spinning helps the resorts open with a great product,” says CEO/President of Ski Utah, Nathan Rafferty. “It also helps convenience the destination skier to book a trip to Utah this winter.” 

Deer Valley

Photo Credit: Deer Valley Resort

Resort Opening Dates:

Alta Ski Area: November 22

Beaver Mountain: TBD

Brian Head Resort: November 17

Brighton Resort: As Early As Possible

Cherry Peak Resort: December 18

Deer Valley Resort: December 2

Eagle Point Resort: December 21

Nordic Valley Resort: December 9

Park City Mountain: November 17

Powder Mountain: TBD

Snowbasin Resort: November 22

Snowbird Resort: November 22

Solitude Mountain: December 2

Sundance Mountain Resort: December 8


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