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Andrew Fletcher New Food, Beverage Director at Solitude

Andrew Fletcher SolitudeDeer Valley has appointed Andrew Fletcher as Solitude Mountain Resort’s new director of food and beverage. Fletcher joined Deer Valley in 1998 as an assistant sous chef at the Silver Lake Lodge. 

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Solitude Tabs Tim Wolfgram To Head Snow Sports Operations

Tim Wolfram SolitudeTim Wolfgram has been named Solitude Mountain Resort’s new director of snow sports services. Wolfgram is a long-standing ski industry veteran and brings vast knowledge and experience in snow sports operations to the position. Deer Valley recently closed on it’s acquisition of Solitude.

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New Summit Quad, New Run, More On Tap As Deer Valley Officially Takes Over Solitude Operations

SolitudeDeer Valley Resort has successfully closed on the purchase of Solitude Mountain Resort. Deer Valley has now begun operating Solitude in its entirety. That signals enhancements are on the way.

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Deer Valley, Stein Eriksen Receive Utah Sports Commission Honors

Stein Eriksen at Governor's AwardsDeer Valley Resort and Stein Eriksen, its director of skiing, both received awards at the fourth annual Governor's State of Sport Awards Dinner, hosted by the Utah Sports Commission and presented by Zions Bank.

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PCSkiGal: Dealing With Utah's Late Freak Storms

Snowbird late spring stormWinter's done. Spring's here with all the sun, warm temps and freak snow storms. Now, the only thing to worry about are the conditions. Two weeks ago we got 10 inches. Fresh snow on top of spring snow that has slopped up in the heat the day before and froze at night before the storm. What we ski instructors call "variable" and "dust on crust".

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PCSkiGal: In Park City This Summer? Food & Wine Classic Returns

Park City Food & Wine ClassicPlanning to be in Park City, Utah this summer? The Park City Food and Wine Classic is back. It's hard to imagine that this humble festival is now in its 11th straight year and attracts thousands of oenophiles and foodies. 

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Spring Arrives In Utah; Resorts Announce Closing Dates

Spring air at Park CityIt’s been an up-and-down year at the ski and snowboard resorts in Utah this season, with heavy snowfall and warm temperatures concentrated in short spurts.

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PCSkiGal: Ski Instructors Go Public With Pay Issues

Vail Ski Instructors

My jaw dropped as I eavesdropped on a table of ski instructors last week. They were on a break and sharing a cartoon video poking fun at what it considered to be a disparity between what resorts charge for lessons and what ski instructors are paid for giving them. 

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Park City Mountain Resort, Canyons Connection Gets Unanimous Approval; Ready For Next Season

Powder day at CanyonsUnanimous approval from the Park City Planning Commission has been given to Vail Resorts to implement an ambitious capital plan for the 2015-2016 to establish the connection between Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort.

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Storms To Zip North Of Colorado While Utah Warms Up; ‘R’ Word In New England

Cloudy day at SugarbushA few storms in Colorado over the weekend and early next week likely won’t have any effect on the state’s ski resorts, says OpenSnow.com’s Joel Gratz. “Yup, back to spring conditions with harder snow in the morning, softening by the midday and afternoon hours.”

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High and Dry: All Of SnoCountry Waiting For Late-Season Largesse

ElderThe old adage has held true this winter,: The more things change, the more they stay the same. So it is with the snow forecasts for this week across SnoCountry, as a persistent jet stream and high pressure ridge keeps any precipitation to the far north.

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PCSkiGal: Vail Resorts' Epic Pass Deal Too Good To 'Pass'

Spring party time at Park CityIf you ask me, ‘Winter 2014/15’ in Utah’s Wasatch neck of the woods is a wash and we ought to all just say “move on.” In case you didn’t get the memo, Utah is expecting a record high this weekend.

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Storms Clear Out Of The West; Leave Sun-Splashed Spring Skiing In Wake

Wolf CreekA couple of weeks of serious storms brought 100 inches to Wolf Creek and a welcome three feet to the Tahoe area. But they are done with, and it appears that spring skiing will be the order of the day for the near future.

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RealSkiers: The Eternal Stickiness Of Skiing

Dudes At SnowbirdI’ve just returned from a five-day re-baptism in the gravity streams that cascade from the crown of Hidden Peak at Snowbird, Utah. It's an annual pilgrimage that re-stokes my passion, reaffirms my place in the world and reminds me of every reason why I ski. 

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Utah, Eastern Rockies Set For Weekend Powder; High Pressure Keeping Storms Out Of PNW, Tahoe

Elder powderPacific storm systems appear to be fighting through a persistent high-pressure ridge in the Northwest and lining up for a productive latter part of February, especially for the southern Rockies.

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Tahoe Gets Taste Of The Good Stuff; High And Dry For Holiday Week Across The West

Bluebird powder day at SquawFour feet at Mt. Rose, two feet at Squaw Valley, 19 inches at Northstar – winter returned to the Tahoe area with a vengeance this past week. But, California and across the West will see things quieting down and warming up for much of Presidents' Week.

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Cherry Peak, Utah’s Newest Resort, To Wait Until Next Year For Inaugural Season; Construction Delays

Cherry Peak constructionUnanticipated delays in lodge, lift and snowmaking projects have put the opening of Cherry Peak, the newest resort in Utah, on hold until next season.

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Stacey Taylor To Direct Human Resources At Deer Valley

Stacey Taylor Deer ValleyDeer Valley Resort has promoted Stacey Taylor Director of Human Resources. Taylor brings extensive knowledge of human resources and the resort to the position.

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Trains, Tunnels And Buses: Plan To Overhaul Wasatch Transportation Hits Utah Spotlight

Wasatch MountainsConversations have begun in earnest to figure out how to more efficiently connect Salt Lake City with seven of Utah’s ski and snowboard resorts -- and reduce environmental impact at the same time.

 

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Park City’s Town Races Maintain Hometown Feel On World-Class Racing Trail

Park City Town Race SeriesFor all the things that have changed in the Park City ski scene, some stay the same – like the popular and competitive Town Race Series.

 

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