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Top blogs from 2011-12

by Ski Utah Yeti May 7 2012 2 Comments

The sensational Ski Utah blog team met up in Odgen last week for a day to look back and reflect upon the 2011-12 season.  The brainstorm session was properly kicked off with a round of indoor sky diving known as iFly at the Salomon Center and finished up in style at Rooster's Brewing Co.

Understandably this year delivered a few less powder days than other Utah winters, but nonetheless the team enjoyed a winter in Utah that still welcomed 400 inches of snow, world class events and even a stunt in which local entrepreneurs and bloggers skied all 14 Utah resorts in one day.  

Cheers to the winter of 2011-12, and in case you missed it, here are each blogger’s most celebrated post:

Jodi Saeland - Brighton snowboarding lessons at 4 years old! Brennan is a local Salt Lake kid who developed a passion for snowboarding this season at age 4.

Park Rat Tom - Hide Your Couches: The 5 Golden Rules of Surfing.  Why not accept a few couch surfing tips from a pro?

Powderhound Cat - How To: Look Like a Pro.  Pumped that the “How To” series was born this year.

Powderhound Matt - It’s just deeper at Solitude.  The way skiing should be, DEEP (snorkel needed).

Ride Utah - The North Face Masters: Part 3 - Finals.

Ski Utah Yeti - Video footage from Utah’s 50’’ storm.  

Thomas Cooke - The Six Inch Rule.  6 inches of snow or 6 feet, kids don’t care.

Bonus Post - Spring Fever @ PCMR. Mushy, slushy, slippery terrain park fun.

And that's a wrap, what was your favorite blog story from the season?  What are some blog angles that definitely need to be covered next season?

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In search of The Greatest Snow on Earth®, the Yeti ultimately landed in Utah. The Ski Utah Yeti wanders the state of Utah in search of the deepest and lightest snow on the planet. 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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