Deer Valley Added Three New Glades Over the Offseason

Deer Valley Added Three New Glades Over the Offseason

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Deer Valley Added Three New Glades Over the Offseason

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May be an image of snow, ski slope, nature and mountainDeer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah is known for its luxury experience, being a skier’s only mountain, and elite grooming operations, but less discussed is their glades. Much of the resort features Aspen trees, which makes for some great runs through the woods. Ski Utah spoke with the resort about the tree cutting that took place in various areas over the offseason. Over the summer, Deer Valley continued its efforts to add more glades to its network. Along with adding new skiable terrain, tree cutting helps reduce the risk of wildfires. The glades have yet to be named and aren’t on the map just yet, but Ski Utah found out where the new glades are located.  The following glades were created:

  • “The trees between Peeler and Three-Ply (off of Red Cloud)
  • The trees between Silver Buck and Bluebell—right below Quincy’s Cabin (off of Flagstaff Mountain, where the Quincy, Silver Strike, Northside, and Ruby Express chairlifts drop you off)
  • The trees between Legal Tender and Wizard (off of Wasatch Express).”

Image Credits: Ski Utah, Deer Valley Resort

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