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Utah Ski Resorts Get Early-Season Snow, Announce More Opening Dates

Ski Utah says that many of its resorts will be opening in under two weeks due to plentiful early season snow across the state. Over the past few days Utah received a healthy early season snow-storm. The big winner was Beaver Mountain in Northern Utah with over 20” since Saturday. With more snow on the way and cold temperatures to keep the snow guns on full force, Utah is looking to start the 2017-18 season in less than two weeks.

“Receiving snow and cold temperatures like this a few weeks before the lifts start spinning helps the resorts open with a great product,” says CEO/President of Ski Utah, Nathan Rafferty. “It also helps convenience the destination skier to book a trip to Utah this winter.”

Ski Utah is a membership association representing Utah’s $1.4 billion-dollar wintersports industry, including 14 alpine ski resorts and a membership of over 250 industry partners. The organization has been creating brand awareness of and demand for the Utah wintersports product since its inception in 1978. Ski Utah’s primary functions are concentrated in marketing, public policy and public relations. Information about Ski Utah and its members can be found at skiutah.com.

Resort Opening Dates:
Alta Ski Area: November 22
Beaver Mountain: TBD
Brian Head Resort: November 17
Brighton Resort: As Early As Possible
Cherry Peak Resort: December 18
Deer Valley Resort: December 2
Eagle Point Resort: December 21
Nordic Valley Resort: December 9
Park City Mountain: November 17
Powder Mountain: TBD
Snowbasin Resort: November 22
Snowbird Resort: November 22
Solitude Mountain: December 2
Sundance Mountain Resort: December 8

Aaron Bible