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Projected Closing Dates For Utah’s Ski Resorts


Despite several Utah ski areas getting slammed with snow dump after snow dump and road closure after road closure, we’re already in April, and that means it’s time to start thinking about closing dates throughout the state. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, despite a record deep year for several resorts, closing dates are already set, and some of them are creeping up much faster than we’d like to think.

It’s possible that some of these dates will change as the weather warms up a bit (or doesn’t, we’ll see), but we’ll be sure to update you if any of that happens. So, without further ado, here are the closing dates for Utah’s many ski resorts, according to Ski Utah:

Eagle PointClosed on April 2, 2023

Sundance Mountain Resort: April 8, 2023

Beaver MountainApril 9, 2023

Nordic Valley: April 9, 2023

Cherry Peak: April 15, 2023

Brian HeadApril 16, 2023

Powder MountainApril 16, 2023

AltaApril 23, 2023

Deer Valley ResortApril 23, 2023

Park City MountainApril 23, 2023

SnowbasinApril 23, 2023

Woodward Park CityApril 30, 2023

Brighton ResortApril 30, 2023 (Milly Lift set to reopen on May 5, continuing to run until May 29)

Solitude MountainMay 21, 2023 (longest season ever!)

SnowbirdCloses on weekdays on May 14, 2024, open Friday-Sunday until at least May 31

Featured Image Credit: Park City Mountain via Facebook

This article was originally published by Unofficialnetworks.com. Read the original article here.


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