After the word got out about the Ultimate Skiing Road Trip which took me to 24 Colorado ski resorts in four days, the state of Utah was not to be outdone.
The first trip was the brainstorm of Colorado Ski Country, a marketing association that respresents the state's ski resorts. This time, the phone call came from Ski Utah. It was Nathan Rafferty, communications director for the organization which markets Utah's ski businesses.
He asked if I would be interested in joining him for the Ultimate Ski Day trip--a one-day jaunt to ski seven Utah ski resorts.
There was one catch: we had to do it all in one day. This meant I had to get the 6:00am flight from Denver to Salt Lake City. From Boulder, that meant leaving my house by 3:30am not to return until around 10:00pm that night.
Boy, it seems I'll do anything for a chance to make some turns.
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