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December 01, 2007

Brian Head gets First Real Snow

The first real storm of the year strikes Brian Head:

Brian Head Resort is now open for the 2007-08 season, and Mother Nature has given us 17" of fresh powder overnight! Current base depth is 15", and we're expecting more snow today. Chair 3 is running today with 3 runs open, and a terrain park with some boxes and rails. Lift tickets this weekend are $15 for adults, children and seniors, and children under the age of 5 ski free with a ticketed adult.

The WROD might only last a few days. Let's hope this storm drops another 20" on the resort before it moves on. Build that base baby.

And hopefully this does not delay the bridge.

Posted by Justin at December 1, 2007 06:47 AM


Here in Park City it is finally snowing hard! PCMR and The Canyons are open on limited terrain on mostly fake snow, but it is pure white outside now and, if it keeps up, there's a chance of getting the base up above 20" and more runs open.

Posted by: ExBender at December 1, 2007 08:49 AM