Utah Saw Snow This Past Weekend & Is Looking To Open

Mountains are starting to open up all over the western and midwestern parts of the United States and it looks like Utah might be getting a piece of that shortly. With winter making an appearance across the Wasatch Mountains, some Utah resorts saw up to 30" of fresh snow during the first weekend of November.

Though this might be enough to get locals and out-of-town fans salivating, Ski Utah put together a little promo video that should be enough to put just about everyone over the edge on excitement.

“Our first big storm is always a sight for sore eyes,” says Anelise Bergin, director of digital marketing and communications at Ski Utah. "We are more ready than ever to get back to doing what we love."

Just like every other region and state, Utah had to close up shop way ahead of schedule due to COVID-19 last season. With that in mind, though it is a sure thing that they are excited by the first sign of winter, they are still looking to run a season that is safe during the pandemic. If you are a local or plan to ski in Utah, check out the Ski Utah post on the coming season's operations.

2020-21 Winter Resort Operations Amongst Covid-19

Utah has already received its first big snow, and many are getting ready to plan their family ski trips, powder weekends and mountain getaways. Utah's resort operations may look a little different this year, one thing will remain the same: The Greatest Snow on Earth®.

As with just about any and every ski mountain around the world, Utah's hills are looking to open as soon as they possibly can. According to Ski Utah, many hills are looking to get the season started on November 20h. Add it to your calendar and make sure to follow your home or favorite mountain on social media to get those opening day updates. 

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