Ski resorts continue opening around the state
SALT LAKE CITY — Ski resorts across the state are opening early thanks to all the snow Utah has received.
Those in southern Utah have had access to Brian Head Resort for almost a week already after the resort had its earliest opening ever and the fourth-earliest opening in state history, according to the Utah Office of Tourism.
Now in northern Utah, two more resorts are making themselves open for this weekend.
Solitude is opening early today at 2 p.m. reporting 79 inches of snow already.
22 inches of new snow in the last 24 hours, and we can’t wait any longer. Moonbeam and Link lifts will open tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. for Solitude and @IkonPass holders. #LongestSeasonInUtah pic.twitter.com/Skb39Op51b
— Solitude Mountain Resort (@SolitudeMTN) November 9, 2022
Brighton will open up tomorrow, while Park City Mountain, Snowbird and Alta will open next Friday, Nov. 18.
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