SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – While many of us are preparing for Thanksgiving, some are getting ready for a different treat.

Throughout Utah, snowflakes have started falling. The snow in the Salt Lake City area was even visible from space, courtesy of this view from the International Space Station. Snow falling in Utah can only mean one thing – it is nearly ski season.

Utah, known for having the greatest snow on earth, has 14 ski resorts. Here is a look at the anticipated opening dates for each resort for the 2021-22 season, courtesy of Ski Utah.

Alta Ski Area: November 20

Beaver Mountain: TBA

Brian Head Resort: Delayed, TBA

Brighton Resort: November 22 for pass holders

Cherry Peak Resort: TBA

Deer Valley Resort: December 4

Eagle Point Resort: December 17

Nordic Valley: December 3

Park City Mountain: TBA

Powder Mountain: TBA

Snowbasin Resort: Delayed, TBA

Snowbird: December 1

Solitude Mountain Resort: November 23

Sundance Mountain Resort: December 10

Woodward Park City: November 19

Before you head into the mountains, be sure to check Utah’s Most Accurate Forecast for what to expect.