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Taking Flight

Taking Flight
Snowbird Feature main
We chucked an Alta snob into Snowbird…and might have permanently altered her winter migration patterns.

They were talking about it all Friday long, they of the fat skis and frameless goggles. The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City has issued a winter storm warning for heavy snow and strong winds, which is in effect from midnight tonight to noon MST Sunday. When we had lunch at the Seven Summits Club, where the hostess asked us if we’d like to wear sheepskin slippers while we dined (we obliged as if this sort of thing happens all the time when we’re skiing), they were talking about it in the buffet line between the lox platter and the carving station.

Stretch Your Season

Stop skiing at Easter? That’s a choice, not a necessity. Here are five options to extend your skiing so far into summer that you’ll just about be able to see the next season.

Snowbird Opens Saturday with Gad Valley Terrain

News

Snowbird Resort's 35th season begins Saturday, Nov. 18, with skiing and riding on natural and man-made snow in Gad Valley.

Snowbird Receives First Snowfall of the Year

News

Storm leaves 12 inches on Hidden Peak, 6" at base.

Dropping the Gloves

People

Canada vs. America: Who Has Better Skiing? Read a Point/CounterPoint by Skiing's Senior Editor Jake Bogoch and his higher-up, Editor-in-Chief Marc Peruzzi.

Editors on the Move: Mark Lesh

Online Exclusive

Skiing Magazine's Assistant Art Director checks in from the 4th Annual Black Diamond Wasatch PowderKeg in Utah.

Canyon Critters

Travel

Alta employees - bartenders, prep cooks, and prophets - are always ready for the next powder day.

Instant Adventure: Out of Brown Air

Travel

Long Weekend: L.A. to Snowbird, Utah

Powder Ski Test

Gear

To think we ever worried. But even in Little Cottonwood Canyon, there's no such thing as a sure bet for powder.

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