Night Skiing now only $20 for the remainder of the 2014 / 2015 Night Season

For the remainder of the night skiing season, all night passes will be available for purchase at the ticket window for only $20!  No official end date for night skiing has been determined at this time.  Closing day for normal operation hours will be April 19th.

Breaking a Slump

It’s no secret that this winter hasn’t seen the number of pow days that we here in the Salt Lake valley have grown accustomed to. As the saying goes, you have to take the bad with the good sometimes. The funny thing about “the bad” is that in our world of skiing and snowboarding it Read More »


The new year roared in with some excellent pow turns to be had just about anywhere you went. Those storms helped fill in our base, and it’s only going to take one or two more to really kick things into high gear. Of course, those who really get after it went out and found some Read More »


Traditions can be funny things; they can be looked forward to with great anticipation or illicit cringes for those who just “get through them”. From food and drink to song and dance, there is no end to the varieties of traditions that exist. Every year at this time, traditions seem to own the spotlight; maybe Read More »

Park Update: The Mouse Interview

As the early season winds down and the park crew starts to plan out the builds for the season we thought we would take the chance to catch up with Park Crew Director “Mouse” Joice to talk about some of last years changes and get the scoop for this years plans in the TERRAIN PARK. Read More »

Snow Dance

Superstitions about the weather date back to when people were using petroglyphs to keep track of their children’s names. Back then, however, they were usually dancing for sweet life sustaining rain. Well, in our modern time of “first world problems” a few days in the winter without a pow day, or even a decent snow Read More »

Down Time?

There isn’t really a great time of year to be “down” in this great state of Utah, especially if you enjoy recreating in the Wasatch Range. While it may seem like summer would be the ideal time to get some work done, like finally getting that knee repaired, you end up missing out on some Read More »