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Utah’s Premium Powder


The slogan, The Greatest Snow on Earth®, was coined in 1960 and has subsequently adorned Utah license plates and travel posters for decades. It would be easy for one to dismiss this as simply marketing. “Snow is snow,” you might say, “can Utah’s snow really be better?” Of course, if you are a powderhound or a meteorologist, the answer to that question is simple: Yes. Utah’s snow really is better than almost anywhere else on Earth.

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In fact, a serious argument can be made – at least from a ski and snowboarding standpoint – that Utah does have the planet’s greatest snow. There is not one single factor that makes Utah snow better than the competition. Rather, it is a culmination of different ingredients that come together to elevate our powder beyond the rest, including the amount of snow, the consistency of which it falls, the terrain, and the perfect combination of climate conditions that can only be found here.

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We Call it Winter

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From world-class resorts to backcountry playgrounds, Utah’s diverse winter terrain ensures something for everyone at every skill level.

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Utah is home to the greatest snow on earth®

439”
—snow to date
4”
—snow in the past 2 days
903”
—last year’s snow total
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