PARK CITY MOUNTAIN RESORT
All 16 lifts are open, along with 111 runs (46 groomed), two parks, seven bowls and one pipe. The resort has a base depth of 60 inches and had received zero inches of new snow in the 72 hours prior to Friday morning. PCMR has received a total of 191 inches of season snowfall. Lift-ticket prices are: $96 for adults, $60 for youth (7-12), $64 for seniors; half-day passes are $65 for adults and $45 for juniors. Go to http://www.pcski.com or call (435) 658-5560 for more information on Park City Mountain Resort.
All 19 lifts are open, along with 158 trails, six natural halfpipes and four bowls. The resort had received 178 inches of season snowfall as of Friday morning including zero inches of new snow in the last 24 hours. The mid-mountain base is 48 inches. Lift-ticket prices are: $96 for adults, $57 for juniors and seniors; half-day passes are $76 for adults and $47 for juniors and seniors. For more information on Canyons, visit http://www.thecanyons.com or call (435) 888-CANYONS.
DEER VALLEY RESORT
Twenty of 21 lifts at Deer Valley were running as of Friday morning. All 100 runs are open, including all seven bowls. The resort had received zero inches of new snow in the previous 72 hours and has a base depth of 72 inches. Full day lift-ticket prices are: $96 for adults, $60 for children and $69 for seniors; half-day passes are $80 for adults and $50 for children and $57 for seniors. For more information and a schedule of upcoming events, call (435) 649-1000 or visit http://www.deervalley.com .
UTAH OLYMPIC PARK
The Utah Olympic Park is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with free admission to the Alf Engen Ski Museum and Eccles 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum. Guided venue tours are available daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., starting at the top of each hour. The tour costs $7 for adults and $5 for youth, and seniors and is an exciting way to learn about Utah’s Olympic legacy and explore our Olympic venue. For more information call (435) 658-4200 or visit UtahOlympicLegacy.com.
SOLDIER HOLLOW CROSS COUNTRY
Cross-country skiing at Soldier Hollow is open with eight groomed trails totaling 14K of track as of Tuesday morning. A full-day pass is $18 for adults, $9 for juniors and $15 for seniors. A half-day pass for adults is $15, $6 for juniors and $12 for seniors. For more information, call (435) 654-2002 or visit http://www.soldierhollow.com.
According to a Mountain Trails Foundation Facebook post from Tuesday, "We’re going to have to call it a wrap for grooming operations this season. Thanks to all of you for your support in what was a short and challenging XC season. See you out on the (dry)trails this spring!" For more information on Mountain Trails Foundation, go to http://www.mountaintrails.org . For any trail information or maintenance concerns, email Rick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BASIN REC TRAILS
The Basin Recreation grooming report as of Tuesday said the Nordic 5K Loop had 2K groomed. For any trail information or maintenance concerns, email Bob Radke at email@example.com or visit http://www.basinrecreation.org/winter_trails.html .
WHITE PINE TOURING
According to White Pine Touring’s website Friday morning, the 3K loop was groomed and is still open. Day passes are currently $18. White Pine also offers rentals and tours. To contact the Nordic center, call (435) 649-6249 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
WASATCH-CACHE NATIONAL FOREST
The entire Beaver Creek track is set. The track totals about six miles of cross-country ski track. Mirror Lake Highway 150 is closed. Road 35 (Wolf Creek Pass) is also closed. For more information, call (435) 783-4338.
GORGOZA TUBING PARK
Gorgoza Park, owned and operated by Park City Mountain Resort, is open for tubing. Weekday hours are 1 to 8 p.m., while weekend hours are noon to 8 p.m. Regular season ticket costs are: $8 for one ride, $22 for two hours and $33 for four hours. For more information on Gorgoza Park, call (435) 658-2648. No reservations accepted.
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The Park City Police Department last week received a series of complaints about parties, otherwise loud people or similar sorts of problems. The reports were logged as the summer-tourism season became busier in the days after the 4th of July.