Snowbird's Spring Season Just Warming Up

Snowbird's Spring Season Just Warming Up


By Yeti \ April 14 2017

Utah is known around the world for its skiing all winter long, however, Snowbird takes the cake this time of year—boasting the longest ski season in Utah. One thing's for sure, there are still many days to be had at the 'bird. 

A few reasons why Snowbird rules spring skiing. . . 


Google Tans & Faceshots 

Snowbird is a land of contrasts, a big time mountain set in the heart of the Rocky Mountains that can entertain both families and challenge the egos of a hard charging dudes' trip. And it is spring that represents the mother of all contrasts when it comes to weather. One day it's a bluebird, goggle tan perfection kind of day. . . 

And the next day could be a powder day filled with more faceshots than you can count. . . 

Spring Cleaning Is For City Slickers 

Around the country, many families are airing out the house, purging everything collected throughout winter. Au contraire, Snowbird is perfectly happy hoarding everything. No spring cleaning here, as Snowbird is holding onto a 143'' base which is nearly 12' of snow. This means that Snowbird will be open daily until May 14 and then Fridays–Sundays until the snow is gone. 

Deals For Days  

Lodging and lift ticket deals start as low as $109 per person. There are three spring deals, so check 'em out. 


Who doesn't love patios in the springtime? One sits at 11,000 feet staring down on the rest of Utah, and the other is Snowbird's living room of sorts where more times than not you can tap your ski boots to the beat of live music. 

snowbird summit


Need we say more, you still have WELL OVER a month to ski or shred the ''bird. Happy Trails! 

 Note: This is a sponsored post by Snowbird.