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Spring skiing? Better hustle, as many Utah resorts closing

Published April 17, 2013 10:53 am

Recreation • Sunday the last day for many, with new snow a last-hurrah bonus.
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The end is nigh — at least for skiers.

Although Utah mountains were blanketed with up to 14 inches of fresh snow this week, the 2012-13 ski season is a wrap, or nearly so, for Utah's 14 resorts. Sunday will be the last day to schuss at many of the areas that remain open.

Here are closing dates for resorts that are still operating:

Snowbird • Open until May 12, then Fridays through Sundays, as snowpack permits

Brighton • April 21

Alta • Sunday, but open April 19-21 and April 26-28

Brian Head • Sunday

Canyons Resort • Sunday

Deer Valley • Sunday

Park City Mountain Resort • Sunday

Snowbasin • Sunday

Solitude • Sunday

Beaver Mountain • Closed

Eagle Point • Closed

Powder Mountain • Closed

Sundance • Closed

Wolf Mountain • Closed






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