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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Snowbasin Has Reopened For Weekend Skiing/Snowboarding

For the first time ever, Snowbasin Ski Resort has reopened for summer skiing and boarding.

With a base of over 100 inches of snow remaining at mid-mountain, resort officials say they will offer skiing as long as conditions allow. Snowbird also offers summer skiing and plans to remain open through July 4th.

Below are details about Snowbasin reopening.

Snowbasin to Re-Open for Weekend Skiing/Snowboarding Starting June 11th

Due to popular demand and a 100 inch base, for the 1st time ever Snowbasin Resort will be re-opening for weekends beginning June 11th and will remain open for as long as snow conditions allow. Skiers and Riders will be able to upload and download on Needles Gondola to access multiple runs off intermediate terrain off of Middle Bowl Triple from 8 am to 2 pm. Snowbasin’s General Manager said, “Maintenance scheduled for Needles Gondola has been recently completed which will allow access to the Middle Bowl Triple. Cool temperatures and a significant amount of late season snow has kept our base over 100 inches deep at mid mountain so it only seems natural for Snowbasin to re-open on weekends.”

Season passes for the 2011/2012 winter season can be purchased starting this Saturday, giving those dedicated snow enthusiasts access to skiing and snowboarding earlier than ever. Single day lift tickets are selling for $35. Passes from the past 2010-2011 season will not be honored. Barbeque food will be available. For any other information please call 801.620.1000.

See the resort website for more information.


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