Utah Sees Over 5 Feet In 7 Days [Photo Tour + Snowfall Totals]

Utah Sees Over 5 Feet In 7 Days [Photo Tour + Snowfall Totals]


Utah Sees Over 5 Feet In 7 Days [Photo Tour + Snowfall Totals]

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We've had lots of winter in the past week. 30+ inches of snowfall has made for some great riding conditions. There's some good crud skiing out there as well as some powder if you look hard enough. There's a chance for a few flurries today with mostly sunny skies and chilly temperatures… with more POWDER on the way this weekend! Layer up your warm gear and come see our winter wonderland. All these lower winter temperatures are keeping the snow fluffy and FUN! The road to the mountain is plowed and sanded and in good shape. Come and play!🏂 @so.pow 📸 @pycckuu_brady – NOTE: our massive Winterfest Demo Day is THIS FRIDAY 9am-3pm! Come demo next season’s gear for only the cost of your lift pass ($50)! #skithebeav #DEMOtheBEAV

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[Cover Photo: Powder Mountain]

The snow is flying in Utah and Snowbird/Alta have seen approximately 66″ in the past seven days with 23″ of that coming in the past 48 hours.

Related: Beaver Mountain, Utah | ‘All Ski, No Resort’

North or south, Brian Head to Beaver, snow totals have been large and much appreciated by locals all over the Beehive State. The best part is that a cold trend will preserve the snow throughout the week as scattered snow storms provide a refresh here and there till next week.

Snow Totals:

*Amounts are from the past 48 hours…

  • Snowbird: 23″
  • Brian Head: 22”
  • Brighton: 21”
  • Alta: 21”
  • Cherry Peak: 20″
  • Beaver: 19″
  • Park City Mountain: 18”
  • Deer Valley: 18”
  • Solitude: 18″
  • Powder Mountain: 17”
  • Snowbasin: 14″
  • Sundance: 12”
  • Nordic Valley: 7″

Find up-to-date conditions here: Ski Utah Snow Report

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