Rec Report, April 12, 2017
April 11, 2017
PARK CITY MOUNTAIN
As of Tuesday morning, Park City Mountain Resort had 28 of 41 lifts and 244 of 336 runs open. The resort reports two inches of snow in the last 48 hours and 422 total inches of snow this season. The base depth is 78 inches. The resort is scheduled to close on April 16. The Park City side of the resort is scheduled to reopen for summer activities on May 26. Go to ParkCityMountain.com or call 435-649-8111 for more information.
DEER VALLEY RESORT
As of Tuesday morning, Deer Valley Resort had 21 of 21 lifts and 101 of 101 runs open. The resort reports zero inches of snow in the last 48 hours and 432 total inches of snow this season. The base depth is 103 inches. The resort is scheduled to close on April 16. It is scheduled to reopen for summer activities on June 16. For details on the resort's winter activities and season passes, visit DeerValley.com or call 435-649-1000.
SOLITUDE MOUNTAIN RESORT
As of Tuesday morning, Solitude Mountain Resort has 8 of 8 lifts and 75 of 77 runs open. The resort is scheduled to close on April 16. It is scheduled to reopen for summer activities on June 16. For information on discounted lift tickets and season passes as well as details on the resort’s winter activities, please visit skisolitude.com or call 801-534-1400.
JEREMY RANCH NORDIC CENTER
All trails at Jeremy Ranch Nordic Center were closed for the season on March 13. For more information, go to http://www.utahnordic.com.
WHITE PINE NORDIC CENTER
White Pine operates a Nordic ski center on the Park City Golf Course. The White Pine Nordic Center's three-kilometer, five-kilometer and Farm Loops are closed for the season. For more information, visit WhitePineTouring.com.
Soldier Hollow's cross-country ski trails closed for the season on March 19. For more information, call 435-654-2002 or visit http://www.soldierhollow.com.
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Gorgoza Park closed for the season on Sunday, April 2. For more information, call 435-658-2648 or visit http://www.gorgozapark.com.
UTAH OLYMPIC PARK
Museum tours are available every day of the week. Information on the Park's summer programs is available online. Registration for the programs are open. For more information and availability please call 435-658-4200 or visit UtahOlympicLegacy.com.
Mountain Trails Foundation is celebrating 25 years of building, maintaining and protecting trails in the greater Park City area. MTF currently maintains over 150 miles of trail, including the Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail, Round Valley, Park City Mountain and a few extending into Deer Valley. All trails are non-motorized and multi-use. For the latest updates, visit mountaintrails.org or Facebook.com/MountainTrailsFoundation. For any trail maintenance concerns, email Rick at email@example.com.
Basin Recreation maintains a busy trail maintenance schedule during the winter months, grooming over 17 miles of trails for cross country skiing, walking, biking, and more. An updated grooming report can be found at http://basinrecreation.org/grooming_report.html#top. For trail information or maintenance concerns, email Phares Gines, at firstname.lastname@example.org. To receive Basin Recreation's grooming notifications, email email@example.com.
UTAH AVALANCHE CENTER
As of Tuesday morning, the avalanche danger level was moderate. For more updates, go to utahavalanchecenter.org or call the advisory hotline at (888) 999-4019. The hotline will end its regular advisories on April 16. The Center will release sporadic updates, depending on the weather, for a few weeks after that.
WASATCH-CACHE NATIONAL FOREST
The Heber-Kamas Ranger District maintains trails and campgrounds in the Uinta Mountains east of Kamas. The Mirror Lake Highway is officially closed to traffic for the season, but is expected to open Memorial Day weekend. For more information, go to FS.USDA.gov/uwcnf or call 435-783-4338.
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