More Utah Ski Resorts Open

More Utah Ski Resorts Open

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(KSL News) Despite Utah's lack of snow, several more resorts fired up their lifts today.

Brighton opened with just a 10-inch base, runs in Snowbasin opened with a 12-inch base, and the snow at Wolf Mountain was just 15 inches deep when the resort opened. That's not a lot, so most of the resorts are making snow to fill the void.

"Beggars can't be choosers. It's not too bad considering the lack of snow everywhere else," snowboarder Karl Vizmeg said.

Skier Cecilia Ullua said, "Yeah, there's not that much snow out here, but you gotta get what you can get, right?"

"I'm happy to be out ‘cause something is better than nothing," snowboarder Nate Vangilst said.

These resorts join Park City and Solitude in early season openings.

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