By Powderhound Cat \ April 1 2012 \ 10 Comments
Utah is revolutionizing the ski industry, again.
In an unprecedented move the 14 resorts in the state have decided to remain open year round for skiing and riding.
All 14 resorts have embraced the idea, reports Ski Utah. Renowned across the world for The Greatest Snow on Earth®, Utah looks forward to creating a new trend for land use, functionality, and promotion of the ski culture in a fast paced, non-stop environment.
The resorts couldn’t say no to the possibility of tourists seeing what Utah has to offer in every season. Mountain biking, rock climbing, and hiking will remain popular as ever, now simply sharing the terrain with skiers.
Deer Valley will be hand grooming their runs. (Job openings available. Previous work as hair stylist with clipper guard #2 preferred.)
Snowlerbowling: PCMR and Canyons to offer the most extreme sport to grace a mountain town: bowling on snowbaldes. Gnar-strike turkey time!
Sundance will offer the first of its kind automated drink station with 59 unique flavors of iced cocoa.
Flylink: The Southern Utah resorts will now feature a zip line connecting the top of Brian Head to the base of Eagle Point. An amazing 1400' of vertical spanning 53 miles.
The Cottonwoods will have mountain biking, ski carrying Sherpas to guide you to and from the lifts and into backcountry adventure zones. BASS pass (Brighton, Alta, Solitude, Snowbird) required.
The Logan and Ogden area resorts will all be renamed “The Beiber Mountains” and play his music at every chair lift. Park features to be redone, mirror capacity quadrupled, complimentary hairspray on hand.
Wolf Mountain will be giving half price annual passes to Twilight movie "Team Jacob" fans.
Next year, Moab looks forward to opening for year round ski operations as Utah’s 15th resort. Arches National Monument will draw a phenomenal terrain park crowd, notes Ride Utah.
Ski Utah is the marketing firm owned and operated by the 14 statewide ski resorts that make up the Utah Ski and Snowboard Association. The organization has been creating brand awareness of and demand for the Utah wintersports product since its inception in 1978.
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