The Beehive State- A May snowstorm has pushed two more ski resorts past the coveted 600-inch moniker.

On May 8th, Brighton Resort surpassed 600 inches of snow. They currently have 13 trails and one lift open: Crest 6. This month, Brighton has transformed the Crest pod with various terrain park features, including many side hits, rails, and jumps. Their current total for the 2023-24 is at 607″.

Over at the Bird, they also passed 600″ on Wednesday. Snowbird still has many lifts open, including the Aerial Tram, Peruvian, the Peruvian Tunnel, Mineral Basin, and Little Cloud. Some of the major open terrain offerings include the Cirque Traverse, Chip’s Run, Regulator Johnson, and Road To Provo. Their current season snowfall total is 603″.

While Alta is closed for the season, they have continued to record snow totals. The storm from last week brought their season snowfall tallt up to 673″. This is the second most in North America this season, just a little behind Alyeska (740″). However, the lifts are shut down for the season. If you want to ski there, you’ll have to skin up, and backcountry conditions exist.

Four ski resorts are currently open in Utah. Brian Head and Solitude will close for the season today (May 12th). Brighton will be open daily until May 19th. After today at Snowbird, the lifts will be closed midweek for the rest of the ski season. They’ll reopen for Saturdays and Sundays through at least May 27th, conditions permitting.

Image/Video Credits: Snowbird Resort, Brighton Resort, Ski Utah/James Niehaus

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