Nothing ruins a perfect day of skiing like cold, achy, feet. Every skier has been through this before. It is a beautiful powder day, and you want nothing more than to stay on the mountain all day, but you can’t feel your toes anymore and you are starting to worry if they are actually still there.
We have been expecting to hear news from Vail for quite some time now concerning the changes that will occur due to their recent aquisition of Park City Mountain Resort. This week, Vail announced their plans to combine PCMR and Canyons to make the biggest resort in the United States!
You’ve seen it on license plates, you’ve heard it from your friends, everyone talks about how Utah has the greatest snow on Earth. Utah is home to some of the most dry, fluffy, deep powder that you can find. It is one of the best parts about skiing here! However, because the snow in Utah is different from the snow anywhere else, the gear we use is different.
In honor of the Powder Awards that took place last weekend, we thought we would reflect back on some of our favorite ski films this last fall. Ski premiere season is our second favorite time of year, after the actual ski season of course. Nothing gets you more stoked for skiing than going to a premiere with your friends and a bunch of strangers that are just excited about getting back to the slopes as you are.
Park City is one of the many gems you can find in Utah. Consistently winning awards for their fine tourism, Park City knows how to take care of their guests. With all of the great restaurants, night clubs, and ski resorts, there is all kinds of fun to be had in this ski town. Whether you drive up from Salt Lake for the day, or make a whole weekend trip out of it, you have got to get away to Park City sometime this winter to enjoy. Not sure what to do when you get there? Here is how we would spend a Saturday in Park City…