We are thrilled that the snow is coming in, and the mountains are getting inches and inches. What does this mean? Skiing, snowboarding vacationers are going to be able to have an amazing experience enjoying the
beautiful powder up in the mountains. For those of you who are still planning on booking that dream ski vacation be sure to look at our available condos. We are close to five ski resorts and have a good variety of styles. If you are a large family, or a couple wanting a romantic vacation, we can take care of you. Make sure and book the condo you like before it is too late!
Here is an article put out by the AP
Ski Season off to Strong Start in Utah
SALT LAKE CITY November 25, 2013 (AP)
By PAUL FOY Associated Press
Utah’s ski industry is getting an early-season intravenous shot. Ski-pass sales and lodging reservations are up as resorts reap the benefit of an improving economy. Even the weather is cooperating, with November
building up snow equity on the slopes.
Utah boosters hope the Sochi Olympics whip up enthusiasm for skiing in the state that held the 2002 Winter Games.
Many of the 14 Utah resorts are stepping up offerings for season-pass holders, daily visitors and young learners. They’re holding prices, offering special deals and notably, more multi-resort privileges. For vacationers who can’t plan early-season purchases, Utah’s Eagle Point ski area will offer $25 lift tickets to anyone on Thursdays and Sundays when it opens Dec. 19. ... More
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