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Ski & Snowboard News / March dumps 4-1/2 feet of snow but resorts project closing dates

Mar 26, 2016 08:48AM, Published by Harriet Wallis, Categories: Sports


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March is traditionally the snowiest month. This year Mom Nature dumped more than 4-1/2 feet of snow on the resorts. Skiers and riders drool over the ongoing snow storms -- some are big, some just a dusting. But the snow adds up.

And it's not too late to learn to ski or ride for the first time. If you've been putting it off, now is a good time to try the sport. The days are warmer than mid-winter, there's usually music and barbeque on the deck, and there's plenty of sunshine. There's a lot to love.

However, all good things come to an end. Resorts have projected their most likely closing dates.

Alta Ski Area - April 17 closure - Reopen April 22, 23, 24 with Collins, Sunnyside & Wildcat

Beaver Mountain Resort - April 3

Brian Head Resort - April 10

Brighton Resort - April 17

Cherry Peak - April 10

Deer Valley Resort - April 10

Eagle Point - Closed 

Nordic Valley - Closed

Park City - April 10 

Powder Mountain - April 10 

Snowbasin Resort - April 10 

Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort - May 30

Solitude Mountain Resort - April 17

Sundance Mountain Resort - April 3






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