48 inches in 48 hours - Major Winter Storm Hits Utah Ski Resorts in Time for Holiday Season

By Jessica Kunzer \ December 14 2009

A major winter storm hit Utah Sunday morning delivering as much as 48 inches of snow in 48 hours to Utah ski and snowboard resorts across the state. With Christmas around the corner, Utah skiers and snowboarders are thrilled by the excellent mountain conditions. More snow is still in the forecast.
Car buried in snow at Utah ski resort (12-13-09-car-parked)
In addition to wonderful ski and snowboard conditions, Ski Utah notes that Utah resorts and lodging properties are offering the best holiday vacation deals seen in years. Local and destination visitors can easily gift themselves a last minute and affordable mountain retreat by visiting SkiUtah.com and clicking on the Holiday Hot Deals icon.

Utah Resort 48-hour Snow Totals:

Alta Ski Area- 39"
Brian Head Resort- 10"
Brighton Ski Resort- 48"
The Canyons- 28"
Deer Valley Resort- 28"
Park City Mountain Resort- 28"
Powder Mountain- 15"
Snowbasin, A Sun Valley Resort- 30"
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort- 44"
Solitude Mountain Resort-  46"
Sundance Resort- 36"
Wolf Creek Utah- 21”