Utah’s Ski Season is Up and Running. Finally.

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Credit: Brighton Ski Area

Brighton Resort kicked off Utah’s ski season on Monday, opening to passholders and pipping Solitude to the title of first resort in the state to open. After Solitude announced they would be opening on the 23rd, Brighton quickly jumped to action and opened to passholders on the 22nd.

Due to our employees putting in some amazing work we are able to OPEN TODAY AT NOON FOR BRIGHTON PASSHOLDERS! That’s right, you can ride today if you are a Passholder! Majestic and Explorer lifts will be running. Tell your friends, tell your wife/husband and tell your parents! Who is skipping school, work or has the day off to come and ride? (we won’t tell anybody)

– Last-minute Brighton announcement

Today will see Alta start its lifts turning for winter 21/22. Let it snow!

3 Days Until We Ski ⛷

Alta Ski Area is now closed to Uphill Travel for the season as we prep the mountain for Opening…

Posted by Alta Ski Area on Sunday, 21 November 2021

Utah’s snowiest October in 17-years promised so much, but warm temperatures and lack of snow since has meant that ski season was a little slow to get started, with most resorts having to put back their initial opening days due to lack of snow. 

Same Street, Same Time, Tomorrow?

📸: Eric Schramm

Posted by Solitude Mountain Resort on Tuesday, 23 November 2021

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