OUTDOORS + RECREATION
More snow = more ski time! These Utah resorts extended their seasons
SALT LAKE CITY — With record snowfall in the mountains, spring skiing may turn to summer skiing. In any case, ski resorts are extending their 2023 seasons across the Beehive State.
Many resorts have said their closing dates are tentative depending on future snow storms. So, there is the possibility of even later closing days.
Here’s where many Utah ski resorts stand now
Alta – Sunday, April 23, 2023
Beaver Mountain – Sunday, April 9
Brian head – Sunday, April 16
Deer Valley – Sunday, April 23, 2023
Park City – Sunday, April 23, 2023
Powder mountain – Sunday, April 16
Snowbasin – Sunday, April 16
Snowbird– Daily through May 14. Starting May 19, Friday through Sunday until Memorial Day (May 29).
Solitude – Daily through May 7. Then, Friday through Sunday until May 21.
Check the webpage for each resort for updates on closing dates.
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