SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Ski resorts and conservationists have approved a wide-ranging blueprint for the future of the Wasatch Mountain range, though the deal doesn’t address a contentious proposal to connect all seven area resorts to offer skiers a European-style experience.
We couldn’t be happier about how the 2014/2015 season has finished off this year in Utah. With over 40 inches of new snow in Little Cottonwood Canyon last week, there was plenty of pow to go around!
Which resorts got the most snow this year in Utah? The Cottonwood resorts came out on top again with the most snowfall for the 2014-2015 ski season (although the season is still not over yet). Check out the snowfall totals so far for Utah ski resorts.
The ski season is not over yet! We still have a couple weeks of bluebird days and parties to be had on the slopes. Make sure to hit up your favorite resorts before they close. Check out some of the Utah ski resort closing dates here.
What are your plans for Easter Sunday? Hop on over to the slopes to enjoy egg hunts, brunch, and maybe even see the Easter Bunny skiing down the mountain!