When are ski resorts opening in Utah?
SALT LAKE CITY — Winter is well underway in the beehive state. With an arctic front coming in, ski resorts across Utah are pushing up their opening days.
Although many mountains and ski resorts have not seen high totals of snow, you an still ride on man-made powder.
If you’re heading to the mountain today or this weekend your options range from Alta, Brian Head, Brighton, Park City, Snowbasin, Snowbird, Solitude and Woodward Park City.
Last to open will be Deer Valley on Nov. 29, Nordic Valley, Powder Mountain and Sundance will all resume their normal winter hours on Dec. 9. Eagle Point will open on Dec. 16.
Beaver and Cherry Peak have yet to announce their opening days.
If you’re looking to utilize the snow totals on your day at the mountain keep up to date with Utah’s Snow Report.
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