Solitude - Blizzard or Bust? Plus additional terrain openings

Powderhound Matt

By Powderhound Matt \ November 25 2010 \ 0 Comments

So, the word around town today was the Blizzard of 2010 was all hype.  I would tend to agree, but then I rolled up on Solitude Mountain Resort at 10:00 a.m. and was treated to my 13th day of Powder skiing in the Wasatch this November.  Most areas of the mountain had a solid foot of new snow overnight, bringing the two-day storm total, to about two feet.  Not bad, considering we had an additional two feet the day before. The mountains are skiing like it's late January.  

If your looking to ski some more powder tomorrow, I would have to say Solitude is the place to be.  For the more advanced skiers be sure to check out Middle Slope off the Powder Horn chair.  I promise, I left you guys plenty of untracked lines to ski.  For those just looking to get out on the groomers be sure to check the Solitude mountain report in the morning to see where the corduroy has been laid down.

On the other side of the canyon, Park City Mountain Resort just announced their schedule for terrain openings over the next couple of days. Check it out! 

Thursday, November 25
Six additional runs off PayDay lift

Friday, November 26
Bonanza Lift serving seven additional runs
Summit House Restaurant: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. serving a limited lunch menu from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 27
Silverlode, Pioneer, McConkey’s and Thaynes Lifts serving 27 additional runs and two bowls
Snow Hut Restaurant: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. serving a limited lunch menu from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.



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Matt Baydala, originally from Rockville Centre, New York, sniffed his way to Park City, Utah in 2006. Since then, he has built a career as the Owner of the Park City restaurant Yuki Yama Sushi. His passion and appreciation for the diversity of Utah’s wintersports product make him the perfect Powderhound. "For me skiing The Greatest Snow on Earth is not just a hobby; it’s an obsession," exclaimed Baydala. "Now I have the opportunity to share this awesome life we live out here with the entire skiing community."