The Salt Lake Scene

Snowbird, What Me Worry?

With over 11' of base, Snowbird's spring skiing season looks as though it may last well into June. Sure spring skiing means less powder days, but it also means less crowds, softer snow, and tee-shirt attire.

Also, spring means backcountry skiing conditions are prime so the adventurer in you can explore the out of bounds terrain with less fear of being caught in an avalanche or freak snowstorm.

Snowbird will be open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 8am-2pm through Memorial Day Weekend with extended Tram service into June pending snow conditions.

You can find me harvesting the corn in Mineral Basin with the rest of Little Cottonwood's skiers who refuse to accept the end of winter.