By Yeti \ February 13 2017 \ 0 Comments
Did you know that March is Utah's snowiest month? In short, it's really the best month of skiing. Looking back at last March of 2016 the story was no different. The end of the ski season and start of spring in Utah is always filled with powdery slashes, hoots n' hollers, and smiles at every Utah resort. In celebration of the three feet of snow that fell during the last three days in March 2016, the Ski Utah Yeti selected his ten favorite Instagram photos that reflect what's been going down in the Wasatch Mountains. What are you waiting for, book your March 2017 ski trip to lock in your fresh snow and bluebird days.
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Feast your eyes on this beauty from @brianheadresort. All of #Utah's mountains have been getting pounded with snow this #Spring, and this #SouthernUtah gem received 28 inches in the last four days! ------------------------------------------------ The stoke is so real for @skiutah today! Not only has the #SpringSkiing been surreal, our Instagram just hit 38K followers! To celebrate all of your support, we will award two lift tickets to @deervalleyresort to one lucky winner at 9:30pm tonight! Simply give us a follow, like this photo, and tag three friends you enjoy hitting the slopes with the most. #BrianHeadResort #SkiTheDifference #DeerValleyMoment #SkiUtah #ParkCity #DeerValley
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It looked like it was going to be full graybird day but the sun popped out a couple of times for a few seconds today for me, @carolinegleich and @snowbird. The other time we had a sweet shot lined up and a boarder sluffed it out accidentally while he was loving life. We were bummed but had gotten this one a couple of minutes before. @patagonia @visitsaltlake @visitutah @skiutah
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Here are the snow totals from the last seven days of March 2016:
Powder Mountain: 33 inches
Brian Head Resort: 28 inches
Brighton Resort: 28 inches
Alta Ski Area: 26 inches
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort: 25 inches
Beaver Mountain: 22 inches
Park City Mountain Resort: 22 inches
Deer Valley Resort: 21 inches
The Yeti is always on the lookout to feature YOU on Ski Utah's Instagram account, so make sure to include #SkiUtah so he can scope you out!
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