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Current Ski Conditions

We can't predict the weather, but we can tell you Utah's 15 ski resorts average upward of 500 inches of snow a year, including 700 inches in 2018-2019. Compared to other ski destinations in the United States you already have a much better chance of satisfying your snow craving by focusing on Utah.

Plan your trip Why does Utah have the Greatest Snow?

Snow Report

  • Alta Ski Area

    Alta Ski Area

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 20″

    Open Runs: 0/116

    Opening: 11/23/2020

    Closing: TBD

  • Beaver Mountain

    Beaver Mountain

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 0″

    Open Runs: 0/48

    Opening: TBD

    Closing: TBD

  • Brian Head Ski Resort

    Brian Head Ski Resort

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 10″

    Open Runs: 8/71

    Opening: 11/20/2020

    Closing: TBD

  • Brighton

    Brighton

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 21″

    Open Runs: 16/66

    Opening: 11/19/2020

    Closing: TBD

  • Cherry Peak

    Cherry Peak

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 0″

    Open Runs: 0/20

    Opening: TBD

    Closing: TBD

  • Deer Valley Resort

    Deer Valley Resort

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 2″

    Open Runs: 0/103

    Opening: 12/05/2020

    Closing: TBD

  • Eagle Point

    Eagle Point

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 0″

    Open Runs: 0/39

    Opening: 12/18/2020

    Closing: TBD

  • Nordic Valley

    Nordic Valley

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 0″

    Open Runs: 0/22

    Opening: 12/04/2020

    Closing: TBD

  • Park City Mountain

    Park City Mountain

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 20″

    Open Runs: 8/341

    Opening: 11/20/2020

    Closing: 04/04/2021

  • Powder Mountain

    Powder Mountain

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 20″

    Open Runs: 0/154

    Opening: TBD

    Closing: TBD

  • Snowbasin Resort

    Snowbasin Resort

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 22″

    Open Runs: 0/107

    Opening: 11/27/2020

    Closing: TBD

  • Snowbird

    Snowbird

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 22″

    Open Runs: 0/168

    Opening: 11/30/2020

    Closing: TBD

  • Solitude Mountain Resort

    Solitude Mountain Resort

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 0″

    Open Runs: 0/82

    Opening: TBD

    Closing: TBD

  • Sundance Mountain Resort

    Sundance Mountain Resort

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 0″

    Open Runs: 0/45

    Opening: 12/04/2020

    Closing: TBD

  • Woodward Park City

    Woodward Park City

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 0″

    Open Runs: 0/11

    Opening: TBD

    Closing: TBD

Mind the Conditions

When to ski?

December to April are the prime ski months with March typically achieving the highest averages at 100 inches (Watch the video) If you’re traveling from within driving distance, keep an eye on Ski Utah's Snow Report or download the OpenSnow app for immediate updates. Read more ski FAQs and the article When to Ski in Utah

Backcountry ski?

If you have your eye on Utah's backcountry, an entirely different set of rules apply. The reason? Resorts use several measures to protect you, including avalanche control and boundaries. Check out Beyond the Boundaries to learn more.

Photo: Scott Markewitz

Deer Valley Resort in Park City

Photo: Scott Markewitz

Photo: Scott Markewitz

Snowbird Ski Resort

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