Industry Press Release



Salt Lake City, UT (April 6, 2010) — Nine Utah resorts received a Monster Dump (12 inches or more of snow) in the last 24-hours, and many resorts reported more than 20 inches of snow this morning. This is just the icing on the cake, as Utah’s ski and snowboard resorts have received more than six feet of snow since April 1. Alta Ski Area is reporting 475 inches of snow this season pushing Utah’s snow total even closer to its 500-inch average. More snow is still in the forecast.

Utah 24-hour Snow Totals


Along with epic snow conditions, Utah’s resort are offering great spring deals. For a list of spring deals visit the Ski Utah Blog or Hot Deals page of

Although a few resorts plan to close this weekend, many resorts have extended closing dates to April 18 or later. Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort plans to remain open through Memorial Day. A complete list of Utah ski and snowboard resort closing dates as of 9 a.m. MST today, Tuesday, April 6, is listed below. To check for updates visit

Utah Resort Closing Dates

Alta: April 18 but reopening April 23, 24 and 25 with $49 lift tickets

Brighton: April 18

Brian Head: April 11

Beaver Mountain: closed

The Canyons: April 11

Deer Valley: April 11

Park City Mountain Resort: April 18

Powder Mountain: April 11

Snowbasin: April 18

Snowbird: Memorial Day Weekend

Solitude: April 18

Sundance: closed

Wolf Mountain: closed

For more information contact Ski Utah Director of Communications Jessica Kunzer at 801.433.2016 or