Want to know how to get to [R37R, Beaver Mountain]? Or the best choice for hotels in Salt Lake City? How about the cost of lift tickets at the Park City-area resorts? Or which ski school would be best for the kids?

All this information and much, much more can now be found in a single location: the 2011/2012 Ski Utah Winter Vacation Planner. It’s got 82 pages chock full of just what Utah residents and out-of-staters need to know about each of the 14 resorts in the Beehive State.

The guide includes articles on the legacy of the 2002 Olympics in Utah, the legendary light Utah powder snow and the ease of getting from Salt Lake International Airport to the slopes. The guide also introduces Ski Utah’s bloggers, who regularly report on snow conditions, secret powder stashes and at-the-mountain news to keep everyone up-to-date and informed about Utah skiing and riding.

The heart of the vacation planner is the reports on all 14 Utah resorts. Two-page spreads contain trail maps, lift rates, ski school and rental information, mountain facts, and tips on distinctive features of each mountain and village.

The guide offers options for transportation, retail and rentals, classes and camps and workshops, winter activities, reservation services, featured dining, and lodging at selected resorts and in the Salt Lake City valley. Then, it wraps up with a focused look at lodging at a half-dozen areas.

To order a hard copy of the Ski Utah Winter Vacation Planner, click here.

To view online, click here.