skiing in Utah well into the month of May, possibly June?
Below is a list of the current scheduled closing days at Utah's most popular ski resorts. Many resorts have extended their seasons with the substantial snowpack. Snowbird just hit 785 inches, Alta is at 843, and Brighton is at 836! It has been an insane year that will provide for amazing spring skiing. Each year Snowbird typically runs lifts until they run out of snow, and this year they should easily get to, and maybe past the Memorial Day holiday weekend. New this year, Brighton ski resort will be running the Millicent Chair Meltdown, with plans to run the popular Milly lift until May 29th. This will be a fun year of slushy, soft spring skiing - if we ever stop getting new storms and epic powder days. As we write this update, it is April 4th and we are in the middle of a 4-5 foot storm!
Snow Totals Update:
As of April 20th, Alta was at 884", Brighton at 857", Deer Valley at 601", Park City at 624", Powder Mountain at 565", Solitude at 791", Snowbasin at 605", and Snowbird at 814". We still have a few more weeks for the ski season with more snow in the immediate forecast. We just may see Alta, Brighton and Snowbird hit 900!
Utah Ski Resort Closing days Schedule:
Alta - April 23, 2023
Brighton - April 30, 2023 - Extended Date!
Millicent Chair Meltdown open daily May 5-29
Deer Valley Resort - April 23, 2023 - Extended Date!
Park City Mountain - April 23, 2023 - Extended Date! - Now extended again to May 1st!
Powder Mountain - April 16, 2023
Snowbasin - April 23, 2023 - Extended Date!
Snowbird - Daily through May 14,
Then open Friday-Sunday, through at least Memorial Day / May 29, 2023
Solitude - Daily through May 21,
Limited terrain and hours starting May 8, 2023
Woodward Park City - April 30, 2023
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