We all know Utah for its great snow and world-renowned ski resorts. Utah offers some of the best skiing there is. But, what people don’t know is that after a day in the mountains, you can drive 30 minutes to enjoy an evening in the city at one of Salt Lake’s performing arts programs. Whether it is a night listening to Beethoven’s Symphony or the Opera’s performance of Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte, there is plenty of culture to enjoy in Utah.
The ski season has finally arrived here in Utah! Local skiers and boarders called in sick to work, school, and all other appointments they had yesterday to do the responsible thing and ski opening day at Brighton Ski Resort.
With the ski season rapidly approaching, the wait is finally almost over! Ski resorts are starting to build a solid base of snow and it’s looking like it will be another epic winter here in Utah!
Ski premieres are awesome for three reasons. One, going to ski premieres means that the ski season is just right around the corner. Two, you get to see some rad skiing and watch the best skiers in the world doing crazy things. And three, you are in a room full of people that are just as stoked about skiing as you are, and what’s better than that?
Bird is the word people. Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort has got the goods. Whether it is snowing buckets in January or sunny skies in August, there is plenty of fun to be had up at their resort.