By Snow Travelista \ October 26 2015 \ 1 Comment
Utah ski areas have received their first layer of snow. That means it’s time to plan a shredding pilgrimage to The Greatest Snow on Earth®. Now close your eyes and imagine this…10,000 acres and 7,000 vertical feet of powder spread over three resorts within minutes of each other and no crowds. Ahhhh… The only thing better would be if it were all included in a single lift ticket.
Jackpot! I have some insider news for you.
Visit Ogden just announced a Ski 3 Pass that can be used for one full day at both Snowbasin Resort and Powder Mountain, plus a full day or night skiing at Nordic Valley. But what about price? More good news, the Ski 3 Pass is priced at $139. The pass will be available for purchase at select local lodging on check-in. Like most breaking news, the details are still emerging. According to my contact at Visit Ogden, between six and seven hotels will have it for sale. I’ll update this post as more information is released.
But what is the skiing like at these resorts? Well, locals would prefer I not share that information. All I’ll tell you is, when it hasn’t snowed recently and I want fresh tracks, I drive to Ogden.
A photo posted by Snowbasin Resort (@snowbasinresort) onOct 7, 2015 at 1:25pm PDT
I’m all about saving money. So, if you already plan to visit another one of Utah’s resort areas, I suggest checking our deals page before booking. Smart shopping could add up to an extra day on the slopes. If you’d like more money saving tips, read my post: 18 Ways to Save on Your Ski Vacation.
Now, go wax your skis and air out your gear, because winter is coming!
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