With Utah having another strong season, numerous ski resorts across the state have announced that they are extending their seasons. As reported last week, Brian Head Resort will remain open through May 5th. Since then, more ski resorts have announced extensions.

Last Friday, Deer Valley announced that it would be extending its ski season. The Utah ski resort was planning to close on April 14th, but with 323″ of snow this season, they decided to move its finale to April 21st.

Today, the other ski resort in Park City announced they’re extending their season. Originally planning to close for the season on April 15th, they’ve moved it to April 22nd. The final week of operations will feature 1400 acres of available skiable terrain. Their closing day will feature a 60th-anniversary Sendoff celebration, with operations in the Mountain Village area.

The other ski resort that announced a season extension today was Snowbasin. Originally scheduled to shut down the lifts for the season on April 14th, the new closing date will be April 28th. This will give Snowbasin and Ikon passholders two more weeks to shred the picturesque slopes and use the best bathrooms in North America’s ski industry.

Image/Video Credits: Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort, Snowbasin Resort

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