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Snowbird Resort's Spring into Summer Schedule

by Ski Utah Yeti May 6 2011 0 Comments

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All good things don't necessarily need to come to an end.  After breaking a 40-year record and setting a mark for most snow received in a single season, Snowbird offers up tons more turns. 

Monday, May 2nd – Sunday, May 8th: Lifts remaining open for extended Spring Skiing schedule: Little Cloud,
Mineral Basin Express and the Tram. Hours will be: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

*The Aerial Tram will be closed for routine maintenance from Monday, May 9th through Thursday, May 26th. These dates are subject to change based on business levels and weather.

Monday, May 9th: Snowbird will now be open for skiing and riding Friday, Saturday and Sunday. (Will also be open the Monday of Memorial Day)

Friday, May 13th – Sunday, May 15th: Lifts open for extended Spring Skiing schedule: Mineral Basin Express, Little Cloud, Peruvian Express/Peruvian Tunnel. Hours of operation will be based on weather conditions. Aerial Tram closed for maintenance.

Friday, May 20th – Sunday, May 22nd: Lifts open for extended Spring Skiing schedule: Mineral Basin Express, Little Cloud, Peruvian Express/Peruvian Tunnel. Hours of operation will be based on weather conditions. Aerial Tram closed for maintenance.

Friday, May 27th – Monday, May 30th (Memorial Day Weekend): The Tram will start its summer passenger schedule. Lifts open for extended Spring Skiing schedule: Mineral Basin Express, Little Cloud and the Tram.

Saturday, June 18th: Summer Activities will open for Father's Day Weekend or sooner depending on weather conditions.

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