(KUTV) It truly is opening working day for Utah’s ski season soon after a pair of winter storms and cold days of weather.
Brighton was the initial to open its lifts to riders Tuesday, according to Ski Utah, with Snowbird set to open Wednesday, Park City Mountain Thursday and Brian Head Friday.
The up to date vacation resort opening dates are:
- Alta Ski Spot: December 1
- Beaver Mountain: TBD
- Brian Head Resort: November 24
- Brighton Vacation resort: Today
- Cherry Peak Resort: December 18
- Deer Valley Vacation resort: December 2
- Eagle Place Vacation resort: December 21
- Nordic Valley Resort: December 9
- Park Metropolis Mountain: November 23
- Powder Mountain: TBD
- Snowbasin Resort: TBD
- Snowbird Resort: November 22
- Solitude Mountain: December 2
- Sundance Mountain Vacation resort: December 8
Warm November temperatures have confined snow making and snowboarding disorders so much just after Utah had report-breaking ski seasons the last couple of many years.
“The elegance of relying on Mother Character, is that no two winters are the very same,” Nathan Rafferty, President/CEO of Ski Utah explained. “Some years we open up early and some are a small delayed, but Utah’s snow by no means fails and the time is very long.”