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Friday, March 26, 2010

Closing Dates For Utah Ski Resorts

Snowbird plans to stay open through Memorial Day weekend, snow conditions permitting. Other Utah resorts will be closing during the next few weeks.

Ski Utah reports the closing dates listed below.

In all, this has been a good year for Utah resorts. Not a record year, but decent. Snow totals have been a little below normal. KLS has this article about the ski year. Here's a quote:

"Ever optimistic, though, the way Utah's ski resorts are looking at it, this year's below-average snowfall is still better than anywhere else. Solitude's Nick Como says we've been spoiled in years past. 'When you get kind of used to counting in the 600 and 700 [inches], sure, 400 doesn't seem like a lot, but it's a lot of snow," Como says. "Our base is in the 70 and 80 inches, and that's phenomenal.'"

Closing Dates

Alta: April 18 (Alta will reopen April 23, 24, and 25, Collins and Sunnyside lifts only, $49/day)

Beaver Mountain: March 28

Brian Head: April 18th

Brighton: April 18 weather pending

The Canyons: April 11

Deer Valley: April 11

Park City Mountain Resort: April 11

Powder Mountain: April 11

Snowbasin: April 18 weather pending

Snowbird: Memorial Day Weekend

Solitude: April 18

Sundance: April 4

Wolf Creek Utah: Closed


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