The snow that fell on Utah in October, the snowiest October in the last 17-years, was just a tease. High temperatures since, in the 70s, have all but melted the best of it away and prevented snowmaking crews from laying any base.
Brian Head Resort is feeling the effects of the turn-in weather and, as a result, has had to postpone its scheduled November 19th opening day. A new date has not been proposed.
To everyone who have made reservations for opening weekend, our guest services team will be reaching out to all of you via email. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions during this time.
As winter draws near, we’ve been working around the clock with the commitment to put skiing first and providing another amazing opening day for the 21/22 winter season. While we know you are looking forward to some powder-covered slopes this year, we want nothing more than your visit to be safe and enjoyable, and due to the unusually warm temperatures this season, we’ve decided to delay our scheduled opening day until further notice. As temperatures continue to drop, we’ll continue to work with mother nature to produce snow so you can hit the slopes as soon as possible!
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Park City Mountain Resort, UT, has also postponed its opening day. Both Solitude and Alta are scheduled to open this week. Let’s hope they do.
To everyone who have made reservations for opening weekend, our guest services team will be reaching out to all of you…