Spring skiing at Snowbird

UTAH – Sad news for the skiers and snowboarders of Utah. The final open ski resort in the state is closing its lifts following Memorial Day Weekend, with Monday, May 27, being its final day.

Snowbird announced today, May 22, that Memorial Day will in fact mark the end of their season. The resort did previously have the day marked as a tentative closing date, but only just 100% confirmed the closure. Brighton, the second to last open resort in Utah, closed this past weekend.

Skiing at the Utah resort is currently closed on weekdays, but Peruvian Express, Little Cloud, and The Tram will run from 8am-2pm throughout the long weekend. The base snow depth currently sits at 96″ after a 603″ snowfall season total. It’s important to note that there will be no beginner terrain available throughout the weekend.

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After an incredible 169 days together, Snowbird will celebrate the last day of the 2023-24 season on Memorial Day, May 27. We’re stoked to send off the season with skiing & riding this upcoming Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 8 am – 2 pm, conditions permitting.

This decision comes not just as our snowpack rapidly melts with warm spring temperatures but due to the critical need for our teams to focus on large resort improvements this summer—such as the Wilbere chair upgrade. This will mean an even better mountain to welcome you back to next season

Join us this weekend for spring turns, live music and more as we send off the season in style.

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