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Day 100 at Alta was a foot deep! Day 101 was better. I'll explain why...
After an unforgettable season of eating and skiing, I’ve compiled a list of a few of my favorite things. This isn’t my “Best of Ever” list, just a compilation of delicious dishes and experiences that somehow missed making the blog but that shouldn’t be missed.
Days after the storm PC Powder Cats is still delivering the goods.
Christmas is all about traditions...our family tradition is going to Alta on Christmas Eve. This year..we got BIG SNOW and according to Brennan..."it was awesome"! And the snow keeps coming to Utah!
Terrain is opening up all around the Wasatch. This last "little" storm produced far more snow than forecast. See what current conditions look like right now, and find out what terrain is opening in the next couple of days.
With fresh snow on the ground and the holidays around the corner, it's a great time to think of a ski vacation. The great thing is, many resorts run great family deals this time of the year and if you have young kids, chances are...they ski FREE!
Bluebird skiing, base-jumping and bourbon cocktails contribute to a superb holiday weekend in Utah.
Get out and make good on the last days of spring skiing. Trust me, you won’t regret another day of spring skiing, especially when your son’s little league umpire starts testing your patience in the heat of the summer.
Just because the ski season ended last weekend in Park City, Ogden and in Southern Utah that doesn't mean that the ski season has ended in Utah. We are still skiing powder in both Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons.
The Cottonwood Canyons have a great free program to learn about wildlife, the watershed and the environment. It's called Ski with a ranger. And with all the great FEET of snow we've received...Emily thinks it's good enough to eat!