Winter Hits Southern Utah With More Than A Foot Of Snow (Beautiful Photos)

Winter Hits Southern Utah With More Than A Foot Of Snow (Beautiful Photos)

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Winter Hits Southern Utah With More Than A Foot Of Snow (Beautiful Photos)

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Most people think of Zion, Arches, Canyonlands, and Bryce when it comes to southern Utah, but two ski resorts that receive ample snowfall throughout the winter sit just a couple of hours away- Eagle Point & Brian Head.

A large snowstorm dumped more than a foot of fresh snow across the American west over the last few days, and it looks like Eagle Point and Brian Head resorts weren’t left out on the fun.

Check out the beautiful photos posted by the resorts to social media just last night. Here’s hoping for a long and snowy season for our friends out in southern Utah!

Brian Head Resort

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Vertical: 1,320 ft. (lift served), 1,548 ft. (hike)

Trails: 71

Skiable Terrain: 650+ acres

Average Annual Snowfall: “Nearly 360 in.”

Pass: N/A

Storm Total: 17 in.

Opening Day: November 18

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^Photo Credit: FACEBOOK/Brian Head Resort

Eagle Point Resort

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Vertical: 1,500 ft.

Trails: 40

Skiable Terrain: 650 acres

Average Annual Snowfall: 350+ in.

Pass: Indy Pass

Storm Total: 20 in.

Opening Day: December 16

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^Photo Credit: FACEBOOK/Eagle Point Resort

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