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Monday, October 25, 2010

Utah Resorts Prepare For Ski Season By Making Impressive Upgrades

Utah ski resorts have made extensive upgrades during the off season, and are now putting the final touches on new terrain, on-mountain improvements, new accommodations and other improvements.

Utah.travel has this summary of improvements. Here are a couple highlights.

The Canyons will introduce North America's first heated chair lift, designed with an orange bubble shield, evoking the feeling of being inside a pair of ski goggles. This state-of-the-art lift will be located outside the Grand Summit Hotel and will increase uphill capacity from the base by an impressive 47 percent. In addition to the Orange Bubble lift, The Canyons will launch a new direct-connect gondola, 300 acres of expanded terrain and enhanced snowmaking capabilities.

Named among the top 10 family resorts in North America, Park City Mountain Resort has unveiled a new season pass option, “My Pass. My Way.” Pass holders can customize their season pass and enjoy unrestricted mountain access. “My Pass. My Way” offers the choice of one, two or three customizable options that include Fast Tracks (access to the express lanes at the Resort’s five busiest lifts), night skiing and riding (hours extended until 9 p.m.) and/or slope-side underground parking.

Read the complete summary.

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