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George Jedenoff is a 95 year old skier from Oakland, CA. who skis Alta, UT. With a lifetime season pass and a healthy lifestyle George shows us that skiing can be a part of any stage of life.
Surf's up this spring in Utah. Come take a ride with Snowbird Athlete Ryan Hudson in a foot of fresh pow. Come get your own piece this spring. Music: "Big Kids" by Hang Time. hangtimehangtime.bandcamp.com Photography and Edit: Tim Roberts
Relive a perfect Utah Powder Day from Finish to Start with Ski Utah at Brighton Resort. Rewind what you thought skiing powder looks like and experience a day in reverse in Big Cottonwood Canyons epic deep snow. Music: Slightly Stoopid - "I Would Do For You" - slightlystoopid.com
Back in February, I returned from a disappointing showing at The North Face Masters at Crystal Mountain. Fortunately I get another crack at the the competition in my home state. The comp starts tomorrow at Snowbird, can't wait.
Skiing? Shopping? Museums? Dining? Nightlife? Here you can have it all, as downtown Salt Lake City serves up the perfect juxtaposition between powder and big city life. Located at the base of the Wasatch Mountain Range, 11 ski resorts are less than an hour away. Ski by day and enjoy the city by night. No joke, the SLC airport is 10 minutes away!
Brighton and Solitude Resorts sit at the head of Big Cottonwood Canyon where over 500 inches of snow falls each winter. Brighton is a local favorite with multiple terrain parks, and Solitude is truly a place that lives up to its name. Both resorts are only 14 miles from Salt Lake City’s lights and 45 minutes to the SLC airport.
Stay in Salt Lake’s South Valley and sample a different ski resort every day. Drive or catch the ski bus to Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, or Solitude which are only 15 minutes away. The Park City and Ogden area ski resorts are 30 and 45 minutes away respectively. Lodging options abound from large rental homes to condos to affordable hotels.