Night Skiing in Utah

If you’ve never experienced night skiing in Utah, you’re in for a real treat! Utah skiing is always awesome. It’s magical to enjoy a sunset and a full moon while on the slopes enjoying Utah’s famous powder skiing and snowboarding. Check out this glorious sunset of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains as seen from Brighton Ski Resort in Big Cottonwood Canon Utah.

Utah skiing… Skiing at it’s best. Call the UtahState.com team today (801)544-1800 & save big on discount tickets to your perfect ski vacation!

Two Feet of Snow Approach Utah Ski Resorts

The weekend forecast is in and Utah ski resorts are going to get hit with TWO FEET of fresh powder. Ski Utah. Utah ski resorts are the hot spot this weekend with two different storm systems lined-up.  Get those skis and snowboards ready and call UtahState.com at 801-544-1800. We’ve got great deals on Utah ski vacation packages and ski lift tickets. Another great Utah ski vacation awaits!

Montage Ski Escape

This winter, join us at UtahState.com for an alpine getaway unlike any other. With access to Deer Valley resort you can ski-in or ski-out anytime you want from the 35,000 square-foot Spa Montage. For each night reserved, enjoy two complimentary ski rentals from boots to poles from in-house fitter Compass Sports.

Enjoy value and flexibility in your travel planning with the UtahState.com via Montage Ski Escape’s ‘Spirit of Now’ package. Cancellation fees are waived up to 48 hours prior to arrival and a deposit is not required at the time of booking. You may also enjoy a $100 resort credit ($200 for suites & $300 for residences) per night reserved and a complimentary view upgrade at time of check in (Based on availability). Reserve your stay at least 45 days in advance (for stays until April 10, 2021) and receive a 15% savings on our best available rate!

Call the UtahState.com team at (801)544-1800 today & save big on your next ski vacation!

Brighton Ski Resort

The family that skis together stays together. There is no better place for a family ski adventure than Brighton Utah. It’s a favorite of the staff at UtahState.com. The mountains at Brighton Utah average over 500 inches of snow each winter. The snow is the traditionally light, fluffy and dry Utah snow which makes it a paradise for riders & skiers everywhere. At the very top of Big Cottonwood Canyon, Brighton gets the very best of the “greatest snow on earth”–and lots of it!

Don’t look for flashy ads about this ski resort. Brighton does minimal advertising and you’ll mostly hear about it from your friends or from skiers and riders at your hotel. Or, you can hear about it from us right here!

BRIGHTON HAS THE GOODS
Located in Big Cottonwood Canyon Utah, amenities at Brighton ski resort include The New Millicent Chalet, three additional day lodges, high quality rentals, top notch ski and snowboard school, lockers, cafeterias, a pub, frequent public bus transportation from many points in downtown Salt Lake City and park & ride around the valley. What’s more, kids 10 and under ski and ride free. Brighton is Utah’s only resort that can boast 100% of it’s terrain as accessibly by high speed quads. Brighton has five quads, one triple and magic carpet service. 1,050 acres and 1,875 vertical feet of incredible Utah skiing. The best deals on ski lift tickets or complete Utah ski vacations contact UtahState.com in Layton Utah. Cann today 801-544-1800 or email [email protected]

Avalanche Danger Rises as Storms Approach

With two storms forecast to hit Utah within the next few days, the reservation agents / skiers at UtahState.com wants to remind you about the avalanche danger skiers and snowboarders face when venturing outside of ski resort boundaries. Your friends in Layton, Utah want to remind you to stay inbounds! If you have questions about skier safety, call the team at UtahState.com 801-544-1800.

 
THE AVALANCHE DANGER FOR THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTHERN AND CENTRAL UTAH, INCLUDING THE WASATCH RANGE WILL LIKELY RISE TO HIGH OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS.

Skiers and snowboarders take note. Check the Utah Avalanche Center website and/or app for updates. Snelgrove Travel and UtahState.com recommend you check online to learn more about avalanche danger that affects Utah ski resorts. It’s a danger for skiers and snowboarders who venture outside of Utah ski resort boundaries. But also many popular hikes travel right under historic slide paths that may be particularly dangerous when avalanche danger is high. Lake Blanche, Red Pine, White Pine, Donut Falls, and others. Those slide paths are on maps on the UAC website.

Don’t panic, don’t cower in fear, but do know the risk and how to mitigate. Know before you go. Ski Utah. It’s yours to enjoy. And for the best ski Utah ski deals visit UtahState.com or call our office in Layton Utah at 801-544-1800

Utah Ski Resort Snow Report On 12/17/2020

For discount Utah ski lift tickets and complete ski & snowboard packages visit UtahState.com or call 801-544-1800. We are the best for ski Utah vacations!

With most resorts boasting 20″ or more on the summit–with many a snowfall on the way–it’s certainly not too early to get out to there and start skiing! Utah Ski Resorts are known for having the best snow on earth, so be sure to get it while it’s fresh!

Snowbird Ski Resort Announces COVID-19 Safety Plan

We at UtahState.com want our ski customers to know the measures being taken to make sure Utah ski customers are safe during COVID. This kind of attention to detail is why UtahState.com in Layton Utah is #1 for ski vacations and discount lift tickets.

Measures Snowbird is taking: 

  • Screen employees daily for COVID-19 symptoms before starting their shift and ask them to stay home if they are feeling ill or have been exposed to someone with the illness.
  • Require all employees to wear a face mask at all times while on the property, regardless of position, and gloves where appropriate.
  • Install plexiglass barriers between guests and employees where possible, such as at front desks, restaurants and shops.
  • Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces frequently and provide hand sanitizing stations throughout the resort.
  • Implement physical distancing measures in waiting lines and other similar areas of the resort.
  • Provide hand sanitizing stations throughout the resort. 
  • Reserve the right to limit the number of guests/participants in any area of the resort as needed.
  • Relax cancellation policies to encourage guests who don’t feel well to stay home.
  • Install plexiglass barriers between guests and employees where possible, such as at front desks, restaurants and shops.
  • Some of the measures Snowbird is asking of our guests:
  • Masks will be required in all indoor spaces, except when seated to eat or drink, and outdoors when 6 feet of physical distance cannot be maintained. Whether you are riding a bus, waiting in a lift line, loading and riding a chairlift or the Aerial Tram, or entering our facilities, you will be required to wear a face covering. Neck gaiters are not acceptable face coverings for the Aerial Tram; a mask must be worn. Masks are available for guests upon request.
  • Comply with physical distance guidelines and remain at least 6 feet apart from others unless you are from the same household.
  • Book all activities in advance online or by phone to prevent unnecessary in-person transactions.
  • Wash hands or use sanitizer frequently.
  • Pay with credit card or mobile payment rather than cash. 
  • Don’t congregate/spectate in common areas.

Have fun and be safe! At UtahState.com, we live in Utah, we ski in Utah. We are ski Utah experts. We have Utah ski lodging options for any budget. You are always welcome to visit our office in Layton Utah. Call 801-544-1800

Park City, UT: The Best Powder on Earth!

Park City, considered by many to have the best powder in the world, is just a lift ticket away! Only 25 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City is your best stop for anything ski or board. With classes for all from beginner to intermediate skiers, anyone can learn how to shred the famous Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort slopes.

When you’re done with skiing for the day you can also enjoy historic Main Street, admiring art and window shopping while looking to dine in one of the many phenomenal diners found in the surrounding town. With the plethora of lodging, shuttle, and recreational options this location has a little something for everyone–maybe even more than just a little! For more information on Park City call the Utahstate.com team at (801)544-1800 today & SAVE!

Solitude Mountain Resort & Nordic Center

Just as the name suggests, Solitude Mountain Resort is a peaceful spot of “Solitude” in Big Cottonwood Canyon just east of the Salt Lake Valley. This incredible low-key resort is a local Utah favorite for skiers and snowboarders.

This charming resort boasts 1,200 ski able acres, nine lifts, and 82 runs. The terrain is 50% Beginner and Intermediate, and 50% Advanced and Expert. But wait there’s more! Solitude’s Nordic Center is one of the best-kept secrets in the Utah ski scene. The Nordic Center is a paradise for snowshoeing and cross country skiing. You can enjoy over thirty miles of pristine trails through some of Utah’s most stunning, and secret, terrain. It’s a winter wonderland.

Easily accessible from the Solitude Village, the center has both classic and skate styles of Nordic skiing. If you need to fine tune your skills, there are private and group lessons, clinics and workshops, and snowshoe tours and Solitude lodging are offered. Nordic tickets and snowshoe rentals available at the Powderhorn Adventure Center and Nordic Center, while Nordic ski rentals are only available at the Nordic Center. For complete ski packages to a Utah favorite, Solitude Mountain resort, contact the reservation agents at UtahState.com in Layton Utah. See you on the slopes!

How COVID-19 Will Change Skiing This Season

As reported here by KSL.COM, change will be a common theme of the 2020-2021 ski season due to the coronavirus. That’s why Ski Utah leaders advise those planning to hit the slopes to plan ahead. Call UtahState.com in Layton Utah at 800-754-4136 for the latest news on Utah skiing

As an example of this, the day after many of the resorts shuttered for the season, the state’s ski industry leaders formed a group to figure out each other’s plans and needs.

Knowledge of COVID-19 has changed over the months as researchers raced to learn as much as possible about it how spreads and affects humans. Resorts have used this information to form this season’s plans. The National Ski Areas Association also published recommendations for resorts all over the country on how to handle this winter, which helped local resorts piece together new protocols.

Davy Ratchford, general manager at Snowbasin Resort, said the Huntsville resort submitted a plan to the Weber-Morgan Health Department months before the season’s start and got approval.

“We’ve taken those (national) playbooks and we’ve customized them to our individual areas based on the health departments and the guidance we’ve had throughout the state,” he said.

Since the various resorts were in contact with each other, they communicated their different ideas on how to handle business during a pandemic. They created a goal to implement as many of the same practices as possible so that skiers and snowboarders who may rotate to different resorts in the state can expect similar guidelines.

For example, face coverings will be required at all 15 resorts. That was anticipated before Herbert’s state of emergency order was put in place that included a statewide mask mandate. Face coverings will be required in all indoor and outdoor spaces except when someone is eating or drinking. The best place for ski deals UtahState.com in Layton Utah is #1 for ski vacation packages and discounts on ski lift tickets.

“The ski industry was way ahead of the curve, I guess you could say, in regards to mask wearing,” said Mike Maughan, manager for Alta Ski Area. “The industry, as a whole, developed a ‘Ski Well, Be Well’ pandemic plan and one of the pillars of that plan was that all of the guests that come to ski areas would be required to wear masks when they can’t be appropriately distanced.

“So in our lift lines, all of our lifts and indoor spaces, masks have been required. It’s been in the ski area’s plans from day one,” he added, noting that anyone seen without a mask won’t be allowed on a ski lift.