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This is it, your last chance to get to some of our World Class Resorts and get your turns in. The Fourth Rule of Weekend Warrior Club is APA - Always Plan Accordingly. Knowing is half the battle. Tips to get the most out of Closing Weekend.
Imagine a ski resort where there are no lift lines, blue skis, good snow, affordable lift tickets and a relaxed atmosphere....that is Brian Head in southern Utah! We spent a weekend there exploring and enjoying the laid back resort.
Days after the storm PC Powder Cats is still delivering the goods.
For the third consecutive year the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix tour features a stop in Park City, Utah at Canyons Resort.
The Second Rule of Weekend Warrior Club: LET EVERYBODY KNOW you're a weekend warrior. Other ways to do this include showing up at 9AM, skiing til 4PM, grabbing a giant lunch and drinks, and celebrating the weather and adventures with a ton (A TON) of skiing.
Whether your kids are just starting to ski, have had lessons or not. . . parents always have to ask the question, "am I doing the right thing?" I had a chat with Dain Craig from Brighton to sort it all out.
So we know the snow is alway deep at Powder Mountain but here is something you may not know. This mountain is steep!
These days everyone has a helmet. If you don't, you should. In fact, most ski resorts will not give lessons for kids without helmets. You don't always have to buy one, you can rent as well. But how do you now which one is "good" and how should they fit?
Winter Storm Gandolf left its mark on Utah, many towns in the valley were clobbered by over two feet of snow! While most shoveled out the Powder Posse took off to Snowbasin. The snow was deep and the lines were short. Just the way we like it.
Sundance is beautiful! And quiet/quaint and kid friendly! The backdrop of Mt Timpanogos is like no other. It is a place you can ski, do art and have a spa treatment...all WITH the kids...in one day! There are so many options for families.
Snowbasin is such a great "secret". Not really anymore. It is only 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City-all fast driving and some of the best skiing in Utah. The kids did a lesson, Mom and Dad skied, and I've been informed..."I'm too slow" to get any good video.