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Helmets: You need one

by Ski Utah Yeti January 2 2014 0 Comments

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If you're one of the few on the slopes without a helmet, it's time to protect your head—no excuses, as there are ample styles and choices out there designed to keep you safe on the hill. Dr Stuart Willick, a Sports Medicine physician at the University of Utah Orthopaedic Center, walks you around a local ski shop discussing various helmet options. Did you know that helmets are also a great way to stay warm on the mountain during the chilly winter months?

University of Utah Health Care is proud to be the official medical sponsor for Ski Utah, with four hospitals, ten community clinics and over 1,000 physicians, University of Utah Health Care has you covered both on the mountain, and in the valley this winter.

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In search of The Greatest Snow on Earth®, the Yeti ultimately landed in Utah. Ski Utah has hired the Yeti as their official mascot and slopeside reporter. Follow the Yeti to get the latest info on local pow stashes, crazy events, storm totals, and tips and tricks on the best ways to maximize your Utah experience. The Yeti is also known to throw out the occasional swag.. so be sure to stay tuned. Yeti knows best!

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