We have so much snow here is Utah – I think the ski season will go into May!! All this beautiful snow – if you are a skier or snowboarder it is a shame to not come to the greatest snow on earth… And it truly is a skiers paradise.
please check out our properties they are the best in Utah and we have such a variety – that there is sure to be one you love… We take couple, family and even have hosted some family reunions
of sorts. I found a great article that I am sure you will enjoy about the skiing here in Utah…
Travelling To Utah – A Skier’s Delight
By Andy Page
Skiing in Utah offers an experience that is worth cherishing. Breathtaking snowfalls on mesmerizing mountains and exciting sports like skiing, snowboarding and many other activities add adrenaline and fun to the natural beauty.
Next time when you plan a winter vacation, consider the state of Utah. This western state of the United States is well known for its year round outdoor and recreational activities. And when it comes to skiing, Utah has few peers. Its long list of attractions including the national parks, national monuments, national recreation areas, national forests and monuments makes Utah an even more attractive destination.
Moab area in Utah is known for its challenging mountain biking trails, including Slickrock which offers miles of trails over a landscape of challenging sand dunes and eroded remnants of ancient sea beds. Jeep safaris are also hosted semiannually.
Utah is perhaps best known for its winter activities. The famous state slogan ‘The Greatest Snow on Earth’ is an apt one when it comes to Utah’s great ski resorts. Most of the ski resorts are primarily located in northern Utah near the capital Salt Lake City, Park City, Ogden and Provo. There are many more ski resorts spread across the state. The Alta ski resort, Solitude Mountain ski resort, the Canyons are just a few. Utah is famous for its prime snow conditions, light and fluffy, often attributed to its proximity to the Great Salt Lake. All the ski resorts are easily accessible from the cities and towns. This makes it possible for skiers to visit more than one resort in a single day. The ski areas are also known to be high on amenities desired by tourists.
Resorts are dotted amid the undulating mountains that run across Utah. One can visit an array of resorts from Beaver Mountain in Northern Utah to Brian Head in Southern Utah. Offering great snow, Utah provides great skiing terrain. Ski resorts in Utah offer much more than white powder. Visitors can enjoy a complete range of lodging, dining and entertainment in Utah resorts. These resorts, equipped with all sorts of facilities, ensure that your nights are as good as your days. After spending the day skiing on the slopes, you can return to the resort to enjoy yourselves with exotic wines, delicious dining and cozy lodging.
Even if you are not a skier, white heights of Utah will beckon you onto the slopes. Once you reach the top of the mountain, you will be treated to amazing views. Atop the mountains, you can see wonderful sights of Utah Lake and Deer Creek Reservoir. You will be able to get scenic views you’ll just love to capture in your camera and show to your friends and family once you return home.
The state of Utah draws a major part of its income from tourists and travelers, thanks to its ski resorts. Its cultural, recreational and natural attractions are also popular throughout the year. Various festivals like the Sundance Film Festival, the Red Rock Film Festival, DOCUTAH Film Festival and Utah Shakespearean Festival attract film and theater enthusiasts from all across the globe. The Temple Square, the Monument Valley, the Great Salt Lake, the Bonneville Salt Flats, Lake Powell are just a few of the other major attractions.
You can stay in many of the mountain ski vacation rental homes, condos and cabins for lodging. They are a much cheaper option and have all the homely amenities that you’ll need. It is very easy to get one; you can browse the Internet and pick from the many beautiful locations around the ski areas of Utah.
Article Source: Travelling To Utah – A Skier’s Delight
We skied at 4 resorts in 4 days – Snowbird, Canyons, Park City and Solitude. This was a family trip with our 2 teenage boys taken before the oldest goes of to Ohio State this fall. We loved coming back from skiing and sitting in the hot tub. The condo was great, very comfortable. Would come back here again. Thanks for everything.- Price Family - Cincinnati, Ohio