Spring break is here, and it’s not just for the kids. The Yeti is taking a few personal days and is looking forward to some fresh tracks, warmer temps, and unlimited opportunities to take in the good life.
Welcome to the seventh edition of Yeti High-Fives—a bi-weekly installment of what’s happening and what’s cool in the land of The Greatest Snow on Earth. It's an honor to have you here. Follow along all winter long as me, the Yeti shares my best tips, local vibes, and promises not to share my bad breath.
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Alex Mlynarek, not only happens to be a force on Brighton's marketing team, but this guy knows how to send it. Alex’s attempt to reach terminal velocity is evident across his account. Make sure to give him a follow to see what massive cliff he hits next between his conference calls.
What says spring more than Retro gear? Retro onesies.
At Shinesty the mission is simple: make the most outrageous clothes known to mankind in order to make your life more fun. Sounds like a big undertaking, but they've been doing it one legendary collection at a time. Keep making every day a glory day, and Shinesty Threads will do the rest to keep you living life.
I think my eyes are blinded by all that neon…
In addition to what comes with abundance of The Greatest Snow on Earth and the bluebird ski/ride days during the spring months in Utah are the countless spring deals and events, such as Snowbird’s spring pass option. See how the resorts are partying it up this spring break.
Spring break and a holiday? We can deal.
What better way to enjoy spring break by also celebrating some holiday festivities. Head up to Snowbasin for their darty (day party) for your fill of bag-pipers, corn beef and cabbage, Guinness Stew, Green Beer, and live tunes.
One lucky person is going to the find the pot o’ gold, and win a free season’s pass for the next year.
Music. Music. Music.
If you want to check out some other concerts, head up to Park City's 16-day Spring Grüv event series to get your jam on and hang out for some fun activities. Spring Grüv runs from March 25th – April 9th.
Thanks for reading. If you see the Yeti out on the slopes, be sure to return the favor of a high-five and use #SkiUtah to share your videos and ideas for future installments of this column.
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