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There are so many choices of ski resorts in Utah. That is what is so special! From the Park City resorts to Ogden Canyon to southern Utah. But, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful is Sundance. There is a reason Robert Redford picked this location. I have to admit, I've not skiied here a lot. I'm also a big hiker and one of the greatest Utah hikes is Mt Timpanogas. It is the face you see at Sundance when you are skiing. Now sure, there are bigger resorts, but if you're looking for a relaxed day of skiing, great food and stunning views...head here.
I'll do a little intro for those that didn't follow my blog last year. My name is Jodi Saeland and I am a Mom first and foremost and a Meteorologist second. A year and a half ago I decided to leave my Broadcasting job for the stay at home Mom job. Wow! Big shout out to all the Moms out there! Hardest, yet most rewarding job there is. I have recently started back to work on a minimal basis as a broadcast Meteorologist once again. So, I will be sharing my weather knowledge of this winter with you all.
The other part of my blog will be the trials of teaching, or continuing to teach, my kids to ski.
We've been saying it for a long time, that Utah has the Greatest Snow on Earth. Generally the only people that doubt us are the ones who haven't experienced it. But, what really goes into this claim. Is it having the most snow? Is it having the lightest snow? Is it having the best terrain? Well, in reality it's a combination of all three and then some. In this paper by W. James Steenburgh and Trevor I. Alcott, you can go as in depth as you want into the veracity of our claim. After this read, I'm sure you'll agree that we really do have the Greatest Snow on Earth.
With the projected doubling of Utah's population over the next 30 years, the Wasatch Canyons Tomorrow process is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Utah snowriders to help shape the future of Utah skiing and riding. The results of this process will form the basis of a plan that could significantly alter the experience Utah snow lovers currently enjoy. By taking just a few moments to complete the Wasatch Canyons Tomorrow online survey your opinions will help set priorities and identify long-term strategies that will enhance the value of the canyons for current and future generations. The process will explore the impacts of increased canyon use and address issues such as water quality, recreation, transportation, and environmental concerns with the ultimate goal being the long-term health of our canyons.
We've been claiming it for a long time, but, here is the science to back it up. Utah Meteorologist and Ski Utah Blogger Jodi Saeland on the Weather Channel explaining why Utah has The Greatest Snow on Earth. Something that Utah skiers and boarders have known for a long time.