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Snowboarding in Utah rules!!!

Just got back from 4 days in Utah boarding. I went with a buddy and his wife, my wife, and my daughter. Got a brother-in-law that lives in Layton, about an hour or less from all the resorts. My wife has 6 brothers and sisters and they always seem to make their way to my house to stay, so I told her we would be staying with them for a cheap vacation whether they like it or not. Went to Snowbird, Park City, and Snowbasin. First two days were just OK, second two were awesome! Park City was first, but the snow was just alright and a little thin. A good warmup though, and intro to boarding in the west, which I have never been to before. My 8 year old was doing great too, tearing up the blue runs on skis. Wife was not as thrilled, sticking to one green run going 1mph for an hour then in to the lodge to have a drink. Second day at Snowbasin was pretty cool for me, having never boarded in real powder. Very different than regular groomed trails, and felt I needed to learn how to board all over again. Fell about a hundred times. It was raining at the base, but up top it was just thick and heavy snow. What an experience though. A learning experience. A good solid day though with tons of fun. Next day was Snowbird, and that was interesting. That place is the real deal. Tons of black and double black diamond runs and very little else. Even the main center green run had a cliff to get on to it and was pretty steep for a green. My kid was freaking a little too. Foggy as hell and couldn't see ten feet in front of you. Snowing like crazy and it was heavy again, so it was tough boarding. This was my toughest day. I fell no short of a thousand times. One digger on a double black was over a ten foot rock that I didn't see because of the fog. Caught me by surprise and I went over it face first as I was trying to stop. I just went "poof" in the powder, not hurt a bit. Very freaky not being able to see though. All I could see to get a reference was the tops of the trees right in front of us that I definitely wanted to avoid hitting. In the trees was better visibility by a little, but the open sections you couldn't see anything except white. I debated between the danger and visibility and danger seemed like more fun, so we stayed in the trees on the black runs. It was my first experience with real powder on steep stuff, and surprisingly I wasn't scared to fall, unlike last year at Sugarloaf in Maine which was a sheet of ice and hurt like hell to fall. Powder almost feels exactly like water, being "in" it instead of "on" it. It took some getting used to. Snowbird was the real deal for sure. Our favorite place was Snowbasin, and we hit that up on the last day again. A little lighter powder this time, and I had my best day boarding. We found a double black with untracked snow and just kept hitting it all day snaking through the trees every run. Awesome day. Perfect finish to a great vacation. I feel wasted though, boarding from 9 to 5 every day and crashing that much. I need to rest up for Big Sky Montana now in two weeks. I have another friend we can mooch off of there.

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That's awesome, Ken. Post some pictures if you have any.


A friend and I are planning a 6 day ski trip to Utah in March. We are going to hit Snowbird, Solitude, Alta, and Brighton. I haven't skied in the Rockies in a couple of decades, so it's time to go back.

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lots of good places in utah. alta is the best, but you have to be a man and know how to ski. the canyons suck.

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A friend and I are planning a 6 day ski trip to Utah in March. We are going to hit Snowbird, Solitude, Alta, and Brighton. I haven't skied in the Rockies in a couple of decades, so it's time to go back.
I honestly don't think I took a single picture. My buddy might have some though. Those are all in the same proximity, and have great reviews too. Alta is skiing only, otherwise we would have gone there too. Others were talking about Brighton as a great place also. Not enough time though. Depending on how hard you hit your skiing, take a day off in the middle to recover. We are doing that in Big Sky for sure. Have fun, you will love it.

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Yeah Snowbird and Solitide are my favorites in UT. When we go out there, we usually stay downtown SLC and it is 45 min to an hour for each resort. A lot of fun downtown despite what people say about the Mormons!!!
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lots of good places in utah. alta is the best, but you have to be a man and know how to ski. the canyons suck.

glad you had a good time. i will be hitting alta or jackson hole at the end of feb.
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Good plan. Then we all can take a trip out west next season. I'll be the only dude on sticks, though.

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that'd be awsome!!! I think I'll go somewhere local this year and learn to snowboard. That might work, that way the wife and I will learn together instead of me being stuck teaching her how to ski
Maybe plan for two years then. I have been on a crash (pun intended) learning curve for the last year. Last year I went to Maine with my buddy who has been boarding for like 20 years, 3 of his friends from college who are experts and one is an instructor, and stayed at the guy's place who lives there. They were all awesome. They made me do some stupid stuff a newbie shouldn't have done. I had a rough time doing blacks on ice with no skills. Now I'm a little better, but I still hold up Scott a little bit. We mostly hung out on the black and double-black runs which were still challenging for me. You might be boarding by yourself if you can't do that.

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Good plan. Then we all can take a trip out west next season. I'll be the only dude on sticks, though.
That would be cool. My buddy Scott can ski actually better than snowboard, and he usually does both. In Maine he rented some newer parabolic skis pretty cheap that he liked for two days. But all the cool kids snowboard don't ya know?

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That would be cool. My buddy Scott can ski actually better than snowboard, and he usually does both. In Maine he rented some newer parabolic skis pretty cheap that he liked for two days. But all the cool kids snowboard don't ya know?
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Damn sounds like an awesome trip. I'm going to Aspen in Mid March.

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Yeah, that's what I've heard as well. How far is snowbird from SLC? Is Park City the closest park to SLC? I have corporate operations for my company out in SLC and can probably work from that office for the week, I'm thinking of taking a solo trip out there and doing Park City for a few days.

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Yeah, that's what I've heard as well. How far is snowbird from SLC? Is Park City the closest park to SLC? I have corporate operations for my company out in SLC and can probably work from that office for the week, I'm thinking of taking a solo trip out there and doing Park City for a few days.
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I'm chatting with a fellow from work who is out in SLC and he says Alta is the best bang for the buck. I'm definately moving out there for a month next year!!!

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