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Utah Ski Season Starts with a BANG! (Video)

by Powderhound Matt

November 24 2014    2 Comments

The 2014-2015 ski season started off with a Monster Bang! Consecutive days of dumpage has left some areas of the Wasatch buried under as much as 40 inches of snow. Find and who got the most!

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Utah's snow dynamics-1st big storm!

by Mountain Mama

November 24 2014    0 Comments

Utah's snow has been described as "The Greatest snow on Earth". It all comes down to snow science, technical terms and lots of weather lingo. Read on and find a "weather terms" resource you can keep handy as the first BIG storm of the season has arrived.

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First Turns of the Year!  (Video)

by Powderhound Matt

November 3 2014    0 Comments

It's that time of the year again. Once again we are skiing powder in Utah. Have a look at what our first powder turns looked like.

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Wet Summer, Snowy Winter?

by Powderhound Matt

October 8 2014    6 Comments

Does a wet summer mean we will have a snowy winter? Heck I don't know. What I do know, it WILL snow this winter!

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Skiing and April...Mother Nature is not done yet!

by Mountain Mama

April 9 2013    2 Comments

At this time of the year, most people hang up their skis and grab their bikes. Not so fast, 18" just fell at the Park City resorts and an active pattern continues.

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