Easter on the Slopes

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! Join in on some of the great festivities that take place at Utah ski resorts this Easter. Here are some that you should look out for:

Meet the Easter Bunny and find some hidden treasures in the snow up at Alta this Easter! The Egg Hunt starts at 11am sharp. Bring the kids up to enjoy a festive Easter on the slopes! Find details HERE.

Head up to Snowbird to enjoy a short sermon, live music and a beautiful sunrise. There is no cost for this event. (They ask that you don’t bring your skis and snowboards to this service.) Find details HERE.

Snowbird will also be putting serving breakfast and Easter Brunch all morning and afternoon. And make sure to bring the kids! The Easter Bunny will be there and they can participate in a free Easter Egg Hunt! Find details HERE.

Photo courtesy of Snowbird.com

Deer Valley
Find the Easter Bunny hopping around Deer Valley Easter morning from 9am-11am. Non-denominational church services will also be available on Easter at 2 p.m. at the Sunset Cabin, located on Bald Mountain and accessible via Sterling Express chairlift. Take Homeward Bound ski run to the Sunset ski run. Find details HERE.

Park City
Park City is putting on a special egg hunt supervised by the Easter Bunny for children 6 and under in the Kids’ Korral at 9:00am sharp. Older children and adults are invited to search for the Golden Egg in the all-mountain hunt. Find details HERE.

Photo courtesy of Parkcitymountain.com

Canyons Resort kicks off their Easter celebrations with an Egg Hunt at 9am. Following that, they will have a Face Painter, roaming Village entertainers and a beading craft on the Village Stage! Find details HERE.

Bring the children up to Snowbasin Resort for an Easter Egg Hunt and to see the Easter Bunny before enjoying the famous brunch buffet at the resort! Find details HERE.

Photo courtesy of Snowbasin.com

*Feature photo courtesy of Snowbird.com

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