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  • Snowbasin (Ogden Valley): Families love Snowbasin because there's something for everyone here, no matter what your ability. The resort is particularly popular with intermediates, who love the long, easy, well-groomed cruising runs. Experts can expect challenges, such as an abundance of untracked powder and Utah's third-highest vertical drop.
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  • Beaver Mountain (The Northern Wasatch Front): Visiting this small, family-oriented ski area is like going home -- it's just plain comfortable. There's no glitz, no fancy anything, just lots of personal attention, plenty of snow, and great terrain with beautifully maintained trails.
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  • Alta (Little Cottonwood Canyon): All serious skiers must make a pilgrimage to Alta. It offers the best skiing in the state -- and some of the lightest powder in the world -- especially for advanced skiers willing to hike a bit for perfect conditions. If you're not up to black-diamond level yet, don't worry: Beginners and intermediates will find plenty of cruising ground, too.
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  • Park City and Deer Valley: These resorts offer not only excellent powder skiing on a wide variety of terrain, but also the best shopping, nightlife, lodging, and dining in all of Utah's ski areas -- and for that matter, in all of Utah. Park City is the party town; Deer Valley is its grown-up, sophisticated sibling. They're less than 5 minutes apart by road, so why not take advantage of the best of both?
  • Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.