Wasatch Skiing Essentials
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••• Best Snow on Earth •••
Utah is home to the "Best Snow on Earth" and has 11 ski resorts within 62 miles of Salt Lake International Airport. The generous half of these receive an AVERAGE annual snowfall of 500+" ...of the lightest, fluffiest hero-powder in the world. To top it off, the Wasatch Mountains offer amazing terrain: from extreme, big-mountain-style off-piste to corduroy groomers.
This menagerie of resorts spans the flavor spectrum, ranging from the hardcore, big-resort of Snowbird, to terrain-park-heavy Brighton, chick and luxurious Deer Valley, family-friendly Park City, and old-school Alta. All of these famous areas within a casual hour's drive of each other.
Within this guide, you'll find all 11 alpine resorts, as well as a broad spectrum of activities: Nordic, heli, and backcountry skiing, bobsledding, horseback riding, and snowmobiling. Après and dining. Nightlife and entertainment. All categorized by region, and searchable under tags like "families" and "sweathearts".
••• About the Author •••
Christine Balaz has lived all over the US and in Europe, but has been a resident of Salt Lake city since 2004. She is the author of guidebooks "Salt Lake City, Park City, Provo & Utah's High Country Resorts: Great Destinations" and "Utah: An Explorer's Guide", and currently works as a travel author and rock climber.
••• About Sutro Media •••
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