July 4th: The Final Day of Skiing for Snowbird

While snow on the lower portion of the mountains was unfortunately rapidly melting, skiers and boarders alike weren’t stopped from enjoying the final day of Snowbird’s 2018-2019 ski season when they took to the slopes to celebrate the birth of their country.

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However, with each end comes a new beginning–and the end of Snowbird’s skiing/boarding season has brought about their new summer activities–including wall climbing, bungee trampoline, alpine slide and more from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.


Interested in checking out some of these summertime activities for yourself? Feel free to call the Utahstate.com team at (801)544-1800 or visiting our website today for more information on how to do it!

Ski Staff

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