Winter 20/21 Projected Opening Dates for Utah Ski Resorts

Taylor Stephan | | Industry NewsIndustry News
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Snowbasin, the safest resort in North America, is opening in less than two months! Photo Credit: Megan Collins

As the leaves start changing and the days grow shorter and shorter, it can only mean one thing: winter is coming.

Heading to Utah this season? Here are all the projected opening dates to start planning and keep your stoke levels high for the winter season ahead:

Alta:11/21

Beaver Mountain: TBD

Brian Head: 11/20

Brighton: TBD

Cherry Peak: TBD

Deer Valley: 12/05

Eagle Point: 12/18

Nordic Valley: TBD

Park City: 11/20

Powder Mountain: TBD

Snowbasin: 11/25

Snowbird: 11/30

Solitude: 11/20

Sundance: 12/4

Woodward Park City: TBD

*All dates are projected / subject to change*
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Park CIty, UT. Photo Credit: Ski Utah

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3 thoughts on “Winter 20/21 Projected Opening Dates for Utah Ski Resorts

  1. https://www.bls.gov/web/laus/laumstrk.htm

    Its just sad to see the Democrats are willing to maim the economy in an attempt to get rid of Trump. You can see it in the state by state unemployment numbers. You can see it in the left wing main stream media.

    Republican states have already recovered from the economic hit. While Democrat controlled economies remain constrained under the lock downs.

    4% unemployment vs. 13% unemployment

    There are 2 different America’s. But there is only 1 main stream media story line (the Democrat’s)

  2. ASAP. Well ran republican state with the 2nd lowest unemployment rate in the country. Guaranteed to have a spaz free winter.

    1. Yep, because we aren’t seeing a huge spike in cases and no one from out of state will be coming this ski season and our Governor is not a college drop out. Once again, Utah is special and unique and Joseph Smith’s special little boy!

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