After another 25 inches of snowfall, Alta Ski Area, UT, has broken a more than ten-year-old snow base record. It is the first time since the 2010/11 season that the Utah ski resort has had a 200-inch deep base.
After breaking through the 700 inch-marker for seasonal snowfall recently, Alta is poised to make this season one for the books. The record snowfall for the Alta Ski Area was set in 1981/82 with 748 inches. So why not come down and catch some powder while you can, and maybe be part of history, if Alta can break the more than 40-year-old record? Currently, the resort is at 722 inches, so it definitely looks possible.
Check out Alta’s website for more mindblowing stats from this winter.
The season at Alta will continue until at least April 23, 2023, but given how things are looking, it just may be extended all the way to May. Fingers crossed!
When traveling to Alta Ski Area in the next 24 hours, please be mindful: Highway 210 will close at 12:30 a.m. on March 24 for avalanche mitigation. Estimated opening is at 8:30 am on March 24 but please visit UDOT Cottonwoods for updates before traveling. The Traction Law is in effect for both Big & Little Cottonwood Canyons (SR-190/SR-210). Traction devices are required for all vehicles.