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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.
So we know the snow is alway deep at Powder Mountain but here is something you may not know. This mountain is steep!
Each Utah resort boasts amazing views. Here are my personal top 4, each accessible to skiers and riders of all levels.
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.
We are the PowderTwins and are using our 5th Grade Passports to ski all 14 resorts in Utah this season. We just skied at Powder Mountain (number 9 for us) – that place is AWESOME and they have a ton of snow.
East coaster, Edward Massey, set out to ski every corner of Utah this past January. Read his story as he skied over 367,000 vertical feet over Utah's 14 downhill and 4 nordic resorts.
Come take a ride with the Powder Safari through 3000 acres of Utah snowcat skiing. Deep powder, wide open trees, and some of Utah's most incredible terrain wait for you on the Powder Safari snow cats at Powder Mountain.
Some fun crashes taking us into the Holiday weekend.
So it hasn't snowed in 10 days, what do you do? Get yourself up to Powder Mountain and ski as much powder as your heart can desire.
The snow has arrived in full force and we're looking at a pretty great start to the season and hopefully a good snow year thanks to La Nina. That is a discussion for another blog.
So, we've rented the skis and we're ready to head out. Now, I'm not as mobile as my other fellow bloggers. With my equipment, Emily's, Brennan's and 2 kids in tow....it takes us awhile. The key is to pick a day when everyone is rested and happy....otherwise, you'll be very crabby by the end of the day :)
I thought I'd take Emily first alone. Just to get her "ski legs". What's that? Well, for those of you who have skied before, it is the first day of the season to take it easy and sort of "remember" how to ski. After our very successful season last year with Emily, I thought, no biggie...she's ready to go straight up the lift. NOOOO! Last run of last year was down the tram at Snowbird. For those that haven't skiied much, it is a challenging run for us adults let alone the kids.