Deer Valley Resort is scheduled to open for winter operations Dec. 3. For more information, call 649-1000 or log onto http://www.deervalley.com. Park City Mountain Resort As of Friday, Nov. 25, Park City Mountain Resort reports 18 inches of snow with two lifts operating and one run open. Adult day passes are $45, children $28, and seniors $32. On Dec. 2, skiers can purchase tickets for $20 for the Park City Education Foundation benefit ski day. For more information, call (800) 222-7275 or log onto http://www.parkcitymountain.com. The Canyons Resort The Canyons Resort, as of Friday, Nov. 25, reported 13 inches of snow with four runs open serviced by five lifts. Lift tickets are $39 for adults and $24 for children and seniors. For more information, call 649-5400 or log onto http://www.thecanyons.com. Mountain Trails The Mountain Trails Foundaiton maintains trails in and around the Park City area. As of Friday, Nov. 25, most upper-level trails are snow covered. Trail season is almost at an end, however, temperatures are supposed to remain nice. Revision trail maps can be found at local bike shops, the visitor’s center, and more. For more information, call 649-1689 or visit http://www.mountaintrails.org. Wasatch-Cache National Forest All upper-level campgrounds are closed for the season in the Uinta Mountains. The water has been turned off and some of the lavatories are locked up. For more information, contact the Kamas Ranger District at (435) 783-4338. Utah Ski Resorts Conditions, as of Friday, Nov. 25, are as follows for Utah ski resorts: Alta is reporting 21 inches of snow with 98 runs open and four lifts; Brighton Ski Resort is now open with a base of 18 inches served by 4 lifts and 12 runs; Solitude has 18 inches of snow served by 3 lifts and 4 runs; Snowbasin is reporting 18 inches of snow served by 5 runs and 2 lifts; Snowbird is reporting 20 inches of snow with 5 runs and 1 lift open. Utah Avalanche Forecast The Utah Avalanche Center forecaste, as of Friday, Nov. 25, reports fairly stable conditions in the backcountry. The biggest danger is rocks, and possible breakage of the sheer crust 12-24 inches down. Warmer temperatures can produce spontaneous slides, backcountry users are urged to use caution. For more information, log onto http://www.avalanche.org or call 658-5512.
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Analysis: Park City’s unprecedented winter of coronavirus-caused uncertainty stretches from slopes, to Sundance to health offices
Park City days ago reached the beginning of the first full ski season since the spread of the novel coronavirus. It could be the most challenging ski season since the inaugural winter of 1963-1964.