Ski Utah – The Greatest Snow on Earth:

Utah is known for having the best skiing in the country and the mountains near Salt Lake City receive an average of 500 inches of snow per year.

Eight out of Ten top rated Ski locations are in Utah.

My family and I are avid Snow Skiers.

We have enjoyed fantastic Skiing at the following beautiful awesome locations in the West – The following Utah Resorts Deer Valley, Park City, Canyons, Brighton, Solitude, Alta, Snowbird. Snowbasin,  Powder Mountain and Brian Head. The following are other Western States Squaw Valley California, Sun Valley Idaho, Grand Targhee and Vail Colorado and Jackson Hole Wyoming,

The Greatest Snow on Earth is to Ski Utah!

Sundance Mountain Resort has Night Skiing wih the majority of the front mountain open for night skiing during the winter season on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights. Shop and to Stay in the Sundance Featured Rooms: Annabelle Bedroom, Moon Garden Sitting Room, Ansari Sitting Room, Grand Tour Bedroom, Torre Entryway, and Leland Guest Room!

Depending on conditions, Snowbird offers night skiing every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Night skiing is a great fun for the whole family!

Alta allows snowboarders. Snowbird does not allow snowboarders.. They welcome hikers to the slopes before the resort opens and after it closes.

The 6 Best Beginner-Friendly Ski Runs are in Park City. It’s also Utah’s most family-friendly resort, with 17 percent of its 348 ski runs designed specifically for beginner skiers and riders. The resort’s terrain and well-groomed trails make it one of the best places to learn to ski anywhere in the world.

The majority of the following Ski Resorts are 25 – 45 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport and have accommodations.

Alta, Brighton, Canyons, Deer Valley, Park City, Powder Mountain, Snowbasin, Solitude, Snowbird, Sundance.