Utah Sees Sweet, Snowy Relief After Tough Early Season [Snowfall Roundup + Photo Tour]

Utah Sees Sweet, Snowy Relief After Tough Early Season [Snowfall Roundup + Photo Tour]

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Utah Sees Sweet, Snowy Relief After Tough Early Season [Snowfall Roundup + Photo Tour]

Skiing night pow @BrianHead | Photo: Mike Saemisch | Cover Photo: Dillon Green [Alta]

The west is getting hammered and nobody is happier to see the snow than Utah’s Eagle Point Resort.

Related: SNOW CONTINUES IN THE WEST! THE FIREHOSE MAY OPEN UP LATE NEXT WEEK.

After an extended early season closure due to low snow, the southern UT ski area will open its slopes after 2 feet of snow fell in the past couple days. Nearly everybody in the Beehive State saw decent accumulations and with another storm on the horizon– things are only looking up!

“Since the morning of Tuesday, January 9, Utah has received a healthy amount of snow cross the state and we couldn’t be happier. Plus, we are proud to announce that with the storm hitting southern Utah, our 14th resort, Eagle Point, will be opening, tomorrow – Friday, January 12. Details on what is opening here.”Ski Utah Snow Report

Snow Totals (Since Tuesday, Jan. 9):

  • Alta Ski Area — 16″
  • Beaver Mountain — 4″
  • Brian Head Resort — 9″
  • Brighton Resort — 21″
  • Deer Valley Resort — 16″
  • Eagle Point — 24″ **Opening tomorrow
  • Park City — 8″
  • Powder Mountain — 10″
  • Snowbasin Resort — 7″
  • Snowbird — 19″
  • Solitude — 14″
  • Sundance — 3″

Find out more here: Ski Utah Snow Report

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