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Powder Alert: It’s Dumping in Ski City!

29th January 2018 | Visit Salt Lake

News Regions: Salt Lake City, Utah

Resorts in this article: Alta Ski Area, Brighton Resort, Snowbird, Solitude Mountain Resort

Powder Alert: It’s Dumping in Ski City!- ©Eric Sales

Ben Wheeler skiing at Snowbird.

Copyright: Eric Sales


Ski City reports 10-inches of “The Greatest Snow On Earth” last weekend!

Ski City gives skiers and boarders the best return on their vacation time. Period. If you’re looking for “The Greatest Snow on Earth,” resorts insanely close to an international airport (sorry, Denver), and proximity to a thriving, urban city, then look no further than Salt Lake.

There are many reasons why professional skiers and boarders live in Salt Lake. Check out Sam Elias’ story, and see what Ski City really has to offer.

Kaitlin Hughes among the trees at Solitude.  - © Wray Sinclar

Kaitlin Hughes among the trees at Solitude.

Copyright: Wray Sinclar

And when you're ready for your powder pilgrimage, check out the link below for your Ski City Super Pass.

This multi-day Super Pass gives you a deep discount on lift tickets. Customize your pass for any of Ski City's four resorts—Alta, Solitude, Brighton, or Snowbird—and bypass the ticket line, giving you faster access to the mountain. Also, score FREE transportation to and from the resorts on UTA ski buses and TRAX light rail along with equipment rental discounts at participating rental locations.



Getting after the Snowbird powder - © Eric Sales
Solitude Powder - © Mike Schirf
Insane air at Solitude - © Steve Lloyd
Finding Solitude - © Wray Sinclar

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