Skiers Wait Anxiously To Be First On Utah Slopes


Brighton, Utah (ABC 4 News) — After some usually warm weather this fall, Brighton and Brian Head opened their slopes at noon today…and are the first ski resorts to open for the 2016-2017 winter season.  Skiers and snowboarders waited anxiously this morning to be the first to ski and shred the “Greatest Snow on Earth”.  

The rest of Utah’s 14 ski resorts are scheduled to open tomorrow and in the coming weeks.

Alta Ski Area: Friday, December 2
Beaver Mountain: TBD
Brian Head Resort: Friday, November 25
Brighton Resort: Friday, November 25
Cherry Peak Resort: TBD
Deer Valley Resort: Saturday, December 3
Eagle Point Resort: Saturday, December 17
Nordic Valley Resort: Saturday, December 10
Park City: Saturday, November 26
Powder Mountain Resort: TBD
Snowbasin Resort: TBD
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort: TBD
Solitude Resort: Friday, December 2Sundance Resort: Friday, December 9 

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