These Utah Ski Resorts Have The Most Powder Days

Discover your perfect ski destination by exploring our curated list of Utah's snowiest ski resorts in the past decade, guiding you towards a memorable winter adventure.

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698 days- 69.8 days per year

Adjacent to  Alta, Snowbird  shares the same  legendary snow and challenging terrain. It's great  for both beginners and experts, with ample opportunities for backcountry exploration.

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Brighton Resort

Famous for its night skiing  and snowboarding,  Brighton offers a more relaxed atmosphere. It's family friendly and has a variety of terrain suitable for all skill levels.

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663 days- 66.3 days per year

Alta Ski Area

625 days- 62.5 days per year

Known for its  legendary powder,  Alta is a paradise for  skiers with its steep terrain and deep snow. It's a skier-only mountain, making it a favorite for those seeking a classic skiing experience.

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Solitude Mountain Resort

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618 days- 61.8 days per year

As the name  suggests, Solitude  offers a quieter, more  secluded skiing experience.  It's known for its abundant snowfall and diverse terrain, making it ideal for both beginners and advanced skiers.

Many of the  resorts have lodging  on site or close by that  often feature additional  activities and amenities such as spas. Booking early is crucial during the peak season to secure a relaxing and memorable stay due to high demand.

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