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  • Utah Ski Areas - The Best Skiing on Earth

The snow falling on Wasatch Mountain Range makes for exciting Utah ski areas, the destination of ski lovers from around the world. Utah ski areas are special as the snow found here is in huge abundance as also it is dry and powdery in consistency, making it ideal for skiing.

The diverse terrain is great for both beginners and experts who find it challenging to ski along groomed trails amid acres and acres of skiable terrain that includes vertical drops, wide-open bowls, gladed runs and manicured pistes full of powdery snow.

Utah ski areas make for ultimate winter sports vacation destinations. There are 14 resorts to choose from, of which seven are less than an hour from Salt Lake City International Airport. Each resort is unique and offers accommodation.

Alta Ski Resort sitting atop Little Cottonwood Canyon is the key area for skiing with plentiful snow that’s unusually deep. Snowbird is an especially steep ski area that is Utah's most challenging. Most resorts have plans to expand and spruce up their ski areas, among which are:
  • Park City Mountain Resort – will have brighter lights for efficient night skiing terrain.
  • Deer Valley – will enhance amenities for energy-efficient models.
  • Brighton Resort – will invest in ski lifts.
  • Alta - the legendary ski area will plant trees, shrubs, mountain flowers and grasses.
  • Powder Mountain – will expand popular backcountry terrain for 7,000 skiable acres.
  • The Canyons – will extend outreach to 4,000 lift-serviced acres.
Utah ski areas offer access to world class skiing, along with hotels, restaurants, transportation, rentals and alternate activities. Enjoy skiing in wonderful resorts like Beaver Mountain, Brian Head, Brighton Resort, Deer Valley, Park City, Snow Basin, Snowbird or Sundance Resort.