Plenty More In Store At Utah Resorts In April, May

Brian Head Spring

Late-season snow storms have been rolling into Utah mountains, making it difficult to hang up the skis and snowboards but easy for resorts to stay open.


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SnoCountry’s Winter Vacation Winner: ‘A Cool Skiing Experience’ In Utah

Powder Mt.

Discovering a ski and snowboard resort that you’ve never thought of visiting is an exciting experience – especially when it doesn't cost you anything!


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Utah Springtime Ushers In Prime Lodging Deals

Deer Valley lodging

As March arrives in the high country of Utah, the sun gets brighter, the days longer and the lodging discounts deeper.


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Ogden Re-ups Ski Bus; Connections From SLC Airport Set

Powder Mt.

Skiers and snowboarders will continue to benefit from Salt Lake City, Utah’s concerted effort to reduce vehicle traffic by expanding public transportation throughout the basin.


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Utah Resorts Spruce Up For Season; New Quad At Snowbird

Snowbird lift install

While lawsuits and lobbying have dominated summer headlines, many of Utah’s resorts have spend time and money on the mountain and behind the scenes to upgrade their facilities and programs.


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12 Western Resorts Unite With New ‘Powder Alliance’ Pass

Schweitzer powder

Twelve ski resorts throughout the West – many with prodigious pow stashes – have united to offer skiers and riders the opportunity to broaden their powdery horizons with a brand new “Powder Alliance” pass.


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Sun Valley, Snowbasin Owner Earl Holding Dies At 86

Earl Holding

Billionaire Robert Earl Holding, owner of Sun Valley Resort in Idaho and Snowbasin in Utah died Friday (April 19) from complications of a 2002 stroke. He was 86. Holding was inducted into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame in 2011.


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PCSkiGal: What’s It Like To Demo?

Demos at Snowbasin

I can’t ski everything. I mean I can ski everything on a mountain, but I can’t ski everything on a mountain on every new ski that’s due out next fall. We’re talking thousands of products. Fat skis, skinny skis, racking skis, jibbing skis, all-mountain skis. Don’t even get me started on the snowboards.


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