And then there was one. . .
Despite a current snowpack depth of ten feet, Sunday marked the final day of the season for Brighton. Setting a Utah season high with 641 inches of snow, and with the second-longest season in Utah, what a season it was! A memorable season calls for
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On Tuesday, November 15, 2016, there was palpable concern in the Utah ski community. Our mountains were devoid of snow, with Alta having received only 4 inches of snow in October and early November. Several ski resorts had announced they would be pushing back their opening
Towards the end of the 2017 winter, I started shooting a series of short videos on ski mountaineering skills. Originally it was going to be entitled “Tips and Tricks” but during a powder session with Andy Jacobsen and Noah Howell, two of the original PowderWhores founders, it became “Just the
Hello! Emily here again. Since I have been on my mom's blog all these years, it is nice to have this chance to blog for Ski Utah, and have my own voice. Here is a journal of all the resorts I was able to ski this winter!
Parking lot parties are akin to tailgate parties, but instead of going into a stadium to watch some football, you can run laps in spring corn and return to your vehicle pod squad whenever you have a need to fuel up or relax.
To truly rock the parking lot party and
Although ski season is wrapping up, there is no need to lose your fitness focus, or to stop actively working towards your healthy lifestyle goals! Before saying goodbye for the summer, I wanted to provide some "Flying Fitness" tips for you to take wherever you may travel next!
Many people get
Wild Women of the Wasatch all find happiness through outdoor sports in the Wasatch Mountains. I’m Amy David bringing you the next episode which highlights an even wilder breed of women storming the range. These babes on boards will drop your jaw with their rowdy riding while simultaneously lifting your
Svalbard is to Europe as Alaska is to America – a land of snow, ice & rocks located off of the northwest corner of the continent. Also known as Spitsbergen, which roughly translates into “Land of Pointy Rocks” in Danish, it is an incredible place to ski and ride. At just
Savannah squeals with excitement as she comes down the mountain at Brighton. "Follow me Alan" she says as she giggles and heads to the base.
Savannah has a seizure disorder which has delayed her development. There are basic, every-day functions she can't perform, but she loves to ski!
Savannah started taking