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Ski Resorts Prepare to Close for Season

Ski Resorts Prepare to Close for Season



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(KSL News) Utah's ski resorts are winding down for the season. Six resorts are closed. Most will shut down next week.

Snowbasin closed yesterday, citing unseasonably warm weather. Last year, resorts received 600 inches of snow, but this year they got just 360 inches.

Ski Resort Closings

April 15

Alta
Brian Head
Brighton
Deer Valley
Park City
Solitude

April 30

Snowbird

If you still want to get a last run in, some of the major resorts will stay open until April 15. Snowbird won't close until April 30.

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