Beaver Mountain: December 8 (opens December 7th for season pass holders only)
Powder Mountain: December 8 for night skiing; December 9 for day operations
Daily snow reports for resorts not yet open may be delayed or absent until the resort opens for the season. If you are planning to travel uphill within a resort's boundary, please first reference each Utah resort's uphill policy. Many resorts will alter uphill policies to accommodate mountain operation needs.
Fresh snow from the overnight intense front will allow for a powder day today. A brief break before our next storm arrives later this weekend with another period of accumulating snow in Northern Utah mountains, leading to another potential powder day on Monday.
This is Christina with your mountain report for Friday, December 2, 2022. We woke up to a foot of fresh snow this morning so you know it’s gonna be a great day here at Snowbird! Today's forecast calls for more snow, mainly before 8am, and wind. Temperature will be steady today, around 13 with wind chill values as low as -7. So grab an extra layer and your pocket bacon and get up here for some fresh powder laps. Please be cautious driving up the canyon as the road is very snowy.
Brighton Resort is open for the 22/23 season and every lift is open (yes, even Milly)! Enjoy beautifully groomed trails and great off-piste conditions until next week's storm. Gear up for incoming powder expected to land Monday, 11/28.
On the mountain, we have 18 lifts, 120 trails, 45 trails groomed, 4 Bowls, and 1 terrain parks with 26 features and 1 jump open. Our Groomers picks of the day are Treasure Hollow at Mountain Village and Red Pine Rd & Snow Dancer at Canyons Village. Surface conditions are packed powder and groomed. Daily hours of operation are from 9am to 4pm. For the most up to date information, please visit our website at parkcitymountain.com
Incoming! Break out your pow skis. As of 5:30 a.m. we have picked up 9 inches of snow and it's still bombing up here. Snow tapers off later this morning and the sun should make an appearance in the afternoon. Temperatures will be cold, with a high around 13, but you'll be having too much fun to notice the chill. Patrol will be busy this morning mitigating avalanche danger, so expect some friendly booms along with lift delays as terrain is prepped to open. For the latest lift and terrain info, as well as vert tracking and other cool features, download the new Solitude app.
Break out those powder skis and boards, the storm delivered a fresh 6 inches overnight and it’s still piling up! Although the Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 3:00pm, the clouds will start clearing mid-morning. With the sun poking through the clouds today, the temp will remain a consistent 23º. The wind will be much calmer than it was yesterday, blowing in from the west 15-20 mph. We are opening John Paul Express for the season today! Due to the heavy snowfall, a delayed opening is expected. There will be no grooming off the lift with expert terrain only. Always remain in control and use caution, early season conditions exist. A fresh groom was laid on 18 runs overnight.
Hot Laps chair is spinning! Daily access from 9 AM to 7 PM. The park crew delivered a full top to bottom park setup, including boxes, rails, transition features, and a two jump line. This season, we'll unveil a reimagined mountain park layout with a 20% increase in terrain park features.
Sundance Mountain Resort celebrates historic early-season snowfall by announcing an early opening date of Saturday, December 3rd, the earliest the resort has opened in over a decade. The resort will open at 9am on December 3rd on Outlaw Express from the midway station while snowmaking operations continue on the upper Outlaw Express terrain. Jake’s Lift and the beginner area including all magic carpets will also be open. Night skiing will begin December 17th. The new Wildwood area and back mountain will open as quickly as snowmaking and natural snowfall conditions allow
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