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Utah Ski Resort Opening Dates For 2017-18

Utah Ski Resort Opening Dates For 2017-18

by liftopia

Wondering when the lifts will start spinning in the Beehive State? Below is a list of projected ski resort opening dates in Utah. Keep in mind these are estimated or tentative, and subject to change. Always check a mountain’s snow report… Read More →

Utah’s Deer Valley Sold To Big, New Multi-Resort Company

Utah’s Deer Valley Sold To Big, New Multi-Resort Company

by liftopia

Deer Valley Resort in Park City, UT announced Monday that it has been purchased by a newly-formed, large multi-resort company. The yet to be named Denver-based partnership between Aspen Skiing Company and KSL Capital Venture announced earlier this year that… Read More →

Weekend Powder Alert For The Sierra, Colorado, Utah & Tetons!

Weekend Powder Alert For The Sierra, Colorado, Utah & Tetons!

by Open Snow

This post was adapted from multiple stories on OpenSnow.com 1. Colorado By Meteorologist Joel Gratz Most of Friday and Saturday will be dry, then snow will fall on Saturday night and Sunday. This storm will track too far to the… Read More →

The Mountain Collective Pass Can Save Hundreds On Skiing And Riding In Utah

The Mountain Collective Pass Can Save Hundreds On Skiing And Riding In Utah

by liftopia

Last year Salt Lake Magazine named The Mountain Collective Pass “The Best Way to Ski Lots of Resorts Without Being an Oil Baron”. This year the pass is even an even better deal for skiers and riders in the Beehive… Read More →

8 Best Road Trips For Skiers & Snowboarders In North America

8 Best Road Trips For Skiers & Snowboarders In North America

by Katie Coakley

Put in those vacation days, strap your skis and snowboard onto the roof of your car, pack your bags and plenty of road snacks, and get ready to cram in as many vertical feet of pure joy as you can…. Read More →

5 Regions Buried in Snow Right Now

5 Regions Buried in Snow Right Now

by Eric Wagnon

The first half of January 2017 was bountiful to say the least for skiers and boarders in the West. For those tasked with shoveling and plowing snow, it’s been simply exhausting. Snowfall numbers that are usually associated with inches were… Read More →

Ten Reasons You Need To Ski Alta and Snowbird This Winter

Ten Reasons You Need To Ski Alta and Snowbird This Winter

by Kristen Lummis

When it comes to legendary ski areas, Alta and Snowbird are at the top of many lists. Known for deep snow, steep terrain and a no-nonsense winter vibe, these resorts in Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon serve up some of the… Read More →

Ski Resorts In The West DEEP in Snow – Up To 6 Feet!

Ski Resorts In The West DEEP in Snow – Up To 6 Feet!

by Eric Wagnon

While shoppers were scrambling for Black Friday and Cyber Monday bargains, skiers and snowboarders in the western United States and Canada cashed in on big snowfalls across several regions. Given that ski season traditionally gets started in earnest around Thanksgiving… Read More →

PHOTOS: Up To 12″ of October Snow At These 11 Ski Resorts

PHOTOS: Up To 12″ of October Snow At These 11 Ski Resorts

by Kris Kendall

Last week the internet was abuzz with predictions of October snow that could total up in feet for certain parts of Western North America. The Atmospheric River, which was actually the remnants of Typhoon Songda, has come and gone leaving much… Read More →

6 of the U.S.’s Last Great Ski Towns

6 of the U.S.’s Last Great Ski Towns

by Katie Coakley

Let’s face it: things change. You get older, technology races full speed ahead and you can no longer get a tank of gas for less than a dollar. The ski industry has changed, too. From high-speed six-person chairlifts to apps… Read More →