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REC REPORT

PARK CITY MOUNTAIN RESORT

Park City Mountain Resort is closed for the winter season. The summer season opens Friday, May 28, and includes an alpine roller coaster, an Alpine Slide, a Zip Rider, mountain biking and hiking, scenic lift rides, a climbing wall, miniature golf, trampolines and horseback riding. For more information, visit http://www.parkcitymountain.com or call 800-222-PARK.

THE CANYONS RESORT

The Canyons Resort is closed for the winter season. The summer season opens June 18, and includes scenic gondola rides, single-track hiking, mountain biking trails and free Saturday night concerts. For more information, visit http://www.thecanyons.com or call 888-CANYONS.

DEER VALLEY

Deer Valley Resort is closed for the winter season. The summer season opens June 18, and includes mountain biking, hiking, scenic chairlift rides, outdoor concerts and mountain bike races. For more information, visit http://www.deervalley.com or call 435-649-1000.

PARK CITY GOLF CLUB

The Park City Golf Club is now open. Offseason rates are in effect, costing residents $25 to walk and $39 to golf 18 holes with a cart. Costs for non-residents are $28 to walk and $42 to ride. Contact 435-615-5800 for more information.

SOLDIER HOLLOW GOLF COURSE

The Soldier Hollow Silver Course (18 holes) and Gold Course (18 holes) are both open. Green fees are $40 and include a cart. Tee time policy is at least seven days in advance. Call 435-654-7442 for more information or visit http://www.soliderhollow.com/golf_course.php.

WASATCH MOUNTAIN GOLF COURSE

The Wasatch Mountain Lake Course (18 holes) is open. Green fees are $40 and include a cart. Call 435-654-0532 for more information.

MOUNTAIN DELL GOLF COURSE

The Mountain Dell Golf Course is open. Cost is $30 for 18 holes, with an additional $10 fee for a cart. Call 801-582-3812 for more information.

UTAH AVALANCHE CENTER

The Utah Avalanche Center is issuing intermittent advisories at http://www.utahavalanchecenter.org and on its toll-free hotline, 1-888-999-4019. There are no avalanche advisories as of Tuesday, May 25.

WASATCH-CACHE NATIONAL FOREST

Mirror Lake Highway 150 and S.R. 35 remain closed to traffic. Snowmobiling and cross-country skiing trails are no longer being groomed. Most hiking trails are now clear at lower elevations, while S.R. 150 is likely to be opened around Memorial Day. For more information call 435-783-4338.

UTAH OLYMPIC PARK

The Utah Olympic Park has opened its Xtreme Zipline for the season. Weather permitting, the ride opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. Cost is $20 per person. Ultra Zipline, Quicksilver Alpine Slide and Comet Boblsed are no open. Rides operate weekends only until mid-June and are weather-dependent. First Flying Ace All-Stars Saturday Freestyle Show is scheduled for June 12. Guided tours run every day on the hour, and the museums are open and free each day. The Utah Olympic Park is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The freestyle splash pool is scheduled to open near the end of May. Visit http://www.olyparks.com for more info or call 435-658-4200.

CITY AND BASIN TRAILS

As of Friday, May 21, things seem to have dried out quickly after the rain early this week. Skid-Row, Lost Prospector, Gambel Oak and Solamere are in decent-nice condition and tacky with an occasional puddle here and there. Please ride through or walk around the puddles to avoid widening the trail. Round Valley is also in good shape. The Rail Trail has been graded and raked from Echo to Wanship. If the weather cooperates, Mountain Trails will work on the Wanship to S.R. 248 section. For more information on Mountain Trails, visit http://www.mountaintrails.org or http://www.basinrecreation.org. For any trail maintenance concerns, email Rick at rick@mountaintrails.org or Bob at bradke@basinrecreation.org.


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