Just because the holiday season is coming to an end doesn’t mean there isn’t enough time to get a couple rides in down on the slopes! In fact, you’ve got plenty of time–most resorts aren’t closing until mid-late April 2020 this season! Here’s a list of a few Utah resorts and their closing dates:
Solitude – April 15th
Alta – April 15th
Snowbird – Middle of May
Deer Valley – Apr 8
Sundance – Apr 1
Park City – Apr 8
So be sure to head on out sometime between now and April to get some ski & boarding action! Do bear in mind that snow quality and quantity will be at their highest between now and February while the weather is cold and the clouds are snowin’! Feel free to call the team at UtahState.com or visit our website at www.UtahState.com today & save big on all things ski!
Whether you are local here in the Salt Lake Valley, or you are coming in to ski/snowboard (like our UtahState.com customers!) be prepared for winter driving conditions.
We are expecting another snow storm to come through – and while it may mean rain in the valley, it’s snowing in the mountains! This is great for skiing and snowboarding. However, be careful when driving through Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon. Make sure your car is prepared for winter driving, or contract with a shuttle to allow the experts to do the driving for you.
UDOT advises that drivers going through mountain or canyon routes should be prepared for driving restrictions at any time when adverse weather is possible.
For this weekend, drivers can expect the worse conditions on Friday evening and Saturday.
Our Ski Bum Packages can include the transfers so you can enjoy the view rather than navigate the weather! Call us today at 801-544-1800.
Good afternoon skiers! Ski season is in full swing, and Alta currently has 4/6 lifts open daily 9am-5pm. Daily lift tickets can run around $160 – but are you aware of Alta’s after 3:00 discount? From 3pm-4:30pm skiers can access the lifts for $15!
(Don’t pay full price for your lift tickets – UtahState.com offers you discounts on your full day lift tickets! Click here and check our prices)
Alta has had this ‘Ski After 3′ program for years, but it’s not well known. If you live here in Utah, you can even get a season pass for Ski After 3, price for this season $49. Do note that the season pass is only available online. Check out more details via the ALTA website. The Ski After 3 promotion applies to the beginner terrain on the Sunnyside and Albion chairs, as well as the Transfer Tow.
For those of you who are planning to visit Utah or who are coming on one of our Ski Bum packages, you can also take advantage of this program to fit an extra ski resort into your itinerary. For example, if you have a park city ski pass, but you want to at least experience some of the Little Cottonwood powder, you can!
Stay safe out there on the slopes and enjoy the powder!
Curious about current snow reports for our UTAH ski and snowboard resorts? Check out local news outlet KSL.com’s SNOW REPORT for the latest! Here at UtahState.com we’re keeping an eye on snow conditions, and it’s looking good for the upcoming seasonal start!
Currently (December 7th) Alta has a 46” base and Park City has a 33” base!
Utah has the ‘greatest snow on earth’, and we have the greatest ski and snowboard packages at UtahState.com! View them HERE
Baby it’s cold outside! Leading up to thanksgiving weekend we are experiencing some great snow in the valley and in our world class ski resorts!
Did you know that Utah has wonderful natural sights all around? This picture was taken by one of our agents who went out to Mirror Lake near provo recently – just 1 hr away from Park City. This little lake off of the main lake is popular for ice fishing!