Utah Ski Resorts & COVID-19

March 17 2020

All 15 of Utah's ski resorts are currently closed in an effort to limit the spread and risks associated with COVID-19.

Updates as they are received from resorts will be posted on this page. Please visit each ski resort's website for the most up to date information. For current uphill policies during COVID-19 closures, please click here.
 
3/21/20, 8:15 AM:
 
Snowbird has updated their suspended operations notice to be closed until further notice:

3/17/20, 3:30 PM:
 
Nordic Valley will close for the season, effective at 5:00pm on March 17, 2020:

3/17/20, 1:10 PM:
 
Brian Head will be closing for the season, effective end of day on March 17, 2020:

3/17/20, 11:15 AM:
 
Park City Mountain will remain closed for the season:

3/16/20, 8:45 PM:
 
Powder Mountain is closed for the 2019–20 Winter season:

3/15/20, 8:00 PM:
 
Beaver Mountain will be suspending operations until further notice:

3/15/20, 6:05 PM:
 
Sundance Mountain Resort will close operations effective Monday, March 16, 2020:
 
3/15/20, 3:00 PM:
 
Summit County, home to Park City Mountain, Deer Valley, and Woodward Park City, mandates a 30 day closure for all resorts and many other entertainment-related businesses and restricts restaurants to curbside delivery only:
 
3/15/20, 3:00 PM:
 
Brian Head Resort will remain open to the public for the time being. The resort is monitoring the situation very closely and is following the most current guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other federal, state, and local health authorities:

3/15/20, 2:00 PM:
 
Cherry Peak will suspend operations until further notice, effective Monday, March 16, 2020:

3/15/20, 1:30 PM:
 
Snowbasin Resort will close for the remainder of the 2019–20 winter season, effective March 16, 2020:

3/14/20, 10:00 PM:

Brighton will be suspending operations effective Sunday, March 15 until further notice:
 
3/14/20, 10:00 PM:

Additional updates and precautionary measures will be taken at Powder Mountain, including limiting day ticket sales to 1,000:

3/14/20, 9:30 PM:

Snowbird will suspend all on-mountain operations March 15–22, 2020 and will continue to monitor the situation and reassess their approach for the rest of the season:
 
3/14/20, 9:00 PM:

Woodward Park City and all POWDR resorts are suspending indoor and outdoor resort operations starting March 15–22, 2020 and will use this time to reassess their approach moving forward:

3/14/20, 7:25 PM:

Alta Ski Area will be suspending operations starting Sunday, March 15, until further notice:

3/14/20, 6:15 PM:

Eagle Point Resort will be suspending winter operations for the season, effective March 15:

3/14/20, 5:45 PM:

Deer Valley Resort and Solitude Mountain Resort will close, per Alterra Mountain Company:

3/14/20, 4:30 PM:
 
Park City Mountain will close March 15–22, 2020, then reassess, per Vail Resorts:

3/12/20, 2:30 PM:

As the state of Utah continues to monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation very closely, we wanted to reach out to our ski community and share the status of our ski resorts in Utah.
 
As of March 12, Utah's ski resorts are open and operating, and are following all guidelines recommended by the Utah Coronavirus Task Force and the CDC. The safety of our guests is very important to all of us, and ski resorts will continue to monitor conditions and make appropriate decisions and precautions that prioritize the health and safety of resort guests and employees.
 
For the most up to date information on ski resort operations, check skiutah.com or your favorite Utah resort's website.

Resort websites regarding COVID-19 updates:
 
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