The latest news and reports from the top rated resorts in Utah regarding all things fun to do in the winter time here in Utah including ski and snowboarding news and info for the 2021/2022 season. As the Utah ski resorts open and skiing becomes first priority on the minds of many of usUtahans from Park City Utah to some of the more Southern Parts of Utah, the snow falls hard on the PC ski resorts, offering a great holiday welcome of powder filled adventure.
The powder welcomes you this holiday season to greet the 2022 New Year with a weekend or extended holiday at your favorite ski resort in Utah.
Alta Ski Area: April 17
Beaver Mountain: TBD
Brian Head: April 17
Cherry Peak: TBD
Deer Valley: April 17
Eagle Point: April 3
Nordic Valley: TBD
Park City Mountain Resort: April 17
Powder Mountain: April 10
Snowbasin: April 10
Woodward Park City: TBD
Full Utah Snow Reports for March 2022 available including daily snow reports for Utah.
A warm day today (Saturday) will turn breezy with increasing clouds in the afternoon. Showers overnight will transition to mountain snow on Sunday. We are expecting 3-8″ of snow for the northern Utah mountains, falling mostly during the day on Sunday. Warm and mostly dry next week with high pressure back in control.
The latest news regarding Snowboarding in Utah and the hottest from your favorite snowboarding brands for 2022.
The latest updates from the Olympics in 2022 here at Style Utah.
Alta : April 17, 2022 + three bonus days April 22nd-24th
Beaver : to be announced
Brian Head : April 17, 2022
Brighton : to be announced
Cherry Peak : to be announced
Deer Valley : April 17, 2022
Eagle Point : to be announced
Nordic Valley : to be announced
Park City Mountain : April 17, 2022
Powder Mountain : to be announced
Snowbasin : April 10, 2022
Snowbird : to be announced
Solitude : late April / early May
Sundance : to be announced
Woodward Park City : to be announced
Winter Solstice 2021 and the first day of Winter here in the Northern Hemisphere. It is also the shortest day of the year, and the fewest hours of sunlight in the day and the return of sunlight. The pathway of the sun is at it’s lowest point and from here on out we will have more sunshine come our way.
Did you know the word solstice comes from Latin sol “sun” and sistere “to stand still.”