After getting slammed in the Cottonwood Canyons this last weekend with snow storms (over 32 inches of fresh snow), we decided to head up to Alta to check out the conditions. Most resorts were unable to open due to the weather, but lucky for us, Alta opened up a couple lifts on Monday, and the rest on Tuesday!
Christmas day is all about being with the people that you love and spending quality time together participating in family traditions. We get that. Christmas brunch is always nice, but we are going to suggest that you do something even better with your family this year.
This Christmas Break make sure to get away from the mall one day and head up to the slopes to find a little holiday cheer! Between skiing with Santa and holiday concerts, the local ski resorts are finding all kinds of ways to get into the Christmas Spirit
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.
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.