Snowbird Resort in Little Cottonwood Canyon of Utah reached a significant milestone in snowfall for the season. On February 27th, they hit 400 inches of snow, thanks to recent snowfall earlier in the week. And more snow is on the way! Typically, Snowbird averages around 500 inches of snow per season. With 5-6 weeks of winter left, there is a possibility of Snowbird Resort exceeding the average yearly snowfall this season. We are crossing our fingers! 

The resort’s location in Little Cottonwood Canyon is renowned for its picturesque alpine scenery, quality snow and diverse terrain. As news of Snowbird’s snowfall update spreads, ski junkies everywhere are eyeballing a ski vacation to the Wasatch Mountains. The prospect of above-average snowfall totals for the season means the chance at an extended ski and snowboard season, so it’s certainly not too late to plan a last-minute ski vacation.

From gentle beginner slopes to steep expert runs and backcountry terrain, there’s something for everyone at Snowbird Resort. The resort features over 2,500 acres of skiable terrain, with a vertical drop of 3,240 feet, providing ample opportunities for fun. 

If you’ve been thinking about planning a ski vacation to Snowbird Resort, Utah, now is the time to jump on a call with a Mountain Travel Expert! They’ll help you secure the best bang for your buck with accommodations, tickets, air travel, lessons and more.

Snowbird Utah Tram
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