Snowbird, UT -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/16/2014 -- “Snowbird has some of the best conditions in North America right now, and our guests are over the moon about the recent snowfall”, said Dave Fields, Vice President of Resort Operations.
The resort¹s total snowfall for this season is 155 inches. Up-to-date conditions, including live web cameras and open runs and lifts, can be found at http://www.snowbird.com/mountain-report.
The storm came just in time to fill in the mountain for the International Freeskiers and Snowboarders Association (IFSA) Junior National Tier Competition, a big mountain contest for youth. The competition will take place Jan. 18-20 at Snowbird.
The fresh snow improved snowmobiling conditions in Mineral Basin as well. Information about snowmobiling tours and other winter activities, such as snow shoeing, Aerial Tram rides and fly fishing are at www.snowbird.com/winter/.
Snowbird SkiMums, a meet-up group for women, are also taking advantage of the new snow.
“Conditions are wonderful, and we’re delighted to ski the fresh powder,” said SkiMum Paula Colman.
SkiMums meet every Wednesday at the base of Gadzoom lift, and ski without their children or husbands for the morning, then enjoy hot chocolate in the afternoon. The women keep up a blog about their experience, and about Snowbird, and www.SkiMums.com.
Snowbird is offering a lodging deal for powder-chasers. Named White Rooms, the lodging package must be purchased before Jan. 31, 2014, but may be redeemed anytime space is available during the 2013-14 ski and snowboard season, within 48 hours of arrival. Details and restrictions may be found at www.snowbird.com/specials/whiterooms.
Ranked Best Resort on a Powder Day by Freeskier magazine, Snowbird and neighboring Alta boast The Greatest Snow on Earth across 4,700 acres on a shared lift ticket. For more information, please visit www.snowbird.com, or contact Emily Moench at (801) 933-2047 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offering 3,240 vertical feet of award-winning terrain enjoyed by all skill levels of skiers and riders, Snowbird boasts Utah’s longest ski season and annually averages 500 inches of low-density powder. Four lodges conveniently nestled in Snowbird’s pedestrian village provide guests with easy access to their facilities, all within easy walking distance. The resort’s 15 restaurants and eateries serve everything from Mexican and Italian fare to burgers and beers. Winter activities go beyond skiing and riding through Snowbird’s 2,500 acres. Visitors can explore the backcountry via snowmobile and snowcat skiing tours or on snowshoes. When it’s time to warm up, The Cliff Spa, shopping, swimming, live entertainment and après-ski specials are sure to hit the spot.