Alta The 2019-20 is Alta Ski Area’s 82nd ski season serving up lift served skiing. Alta started out as a mining town and in 1938 the first chairlift was scooping skiers up to earn powder turns. A nightly booking at all lodges includes breakfast and dinner. Alta receives an average yearly snowfall of 547” inches with 2,614 skiable acres. “If you can see it, you can it.” With … [Read more...]
Utah Skiing: Which Slope Is Right for You?
Utah is lucky for snow lovers. Our multitude of long and thin mountain ranges get covered every winter with layers of light, fluffy snow. The Wasatch Front alone contains both Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons, with four famous resorts: Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude. There are also numerous other resorts in Ogden and Park City первый займ бесплатно на 30 дней. Every … [Read more...]