National Magazines Rank Utah Resorts High in All Categories - October 31, 2012
Recent magazine rankings prove again that Utah is the leading ski destination in snow quality, access, value, terrain and more.
Utah Earns Top Spot in 11 of 20 SKI Magazine Reader Survey Categories - October 12, 2012
Utah ski resorts topped the charts of the 2012 SKI magazine reader survey. For the first time all three Park City resorts ranked in the top 10 overall.
The Utah ski and snowboard industry announced 3,802,536 million skier day visits during the 2011-12 winter season, down 10 percent from the previous season’s 4,223,064.
Ski Utah, its board of directors and 300+ members are encouraged by this next step toward a multi-resort interconnection including seven of Utah’s world-class ski areas and further strengthening Utah’s $1.2 billion ski industry.
Utah Skier Days Table - May 25, 2011
Below are combined Utah skier days from the seasons 1955-56 through 2010-11.
A Brief History of Skiing in Utah - March 1, 2010
No one knows for sure when or where skiing got its first foothold in Utah, but what is known is that by the 1870s, miners, snowbound in the canyons of the Wasatch for most of the winter, were strapping on skis to make their way around and between the canyons.
The Greatest Snow on Earth: Why it Matters to Utah - November 1, 2009
In Utah, The Greatest Snow on Earth® is a lot more than a simple slogan on a license plate. The motto celebrates one of the state’s most precious and enjoyable resources. The Utah ski and snowboard industry is a vital and important part of Utah, greatly contributing the quality of life which Utahans are privileged to enjoy. Below are a few key facts on why skiing and snowboarding are important to the people who call Utah home: