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It's Dumping in Snowbird

Snowbird receives an average of 500 inches of legendary feather-light powder a year, enough to make the average ski season from mid-November to Memorial Day!
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# 20: Snowbird, Utah

The snow has arrived at Snowbird. You can see the Aerial Tram behind a wall of the white fluffy stuff in the newest Snow Trigger video above. Easy to get to and easy to love, Snowbird is just 29 miles or 40 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport. Powder hounds can fly in the morning and ski in the afternoon.

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#3: Snowbird, UT

It's Dumping in Snowbird

The snow has arrived at Snowbird. Easy to get to and easy to love, Snowbird is just 29 miles or 40 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport. Powder hounds can fly in the morning and ski in the afternoon.

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Snowbird Extends Season to June 20

Snowbird, Utah, originally planned to close for the winter season over Memorial Day weekend. But today they've announced that thanks to above average snowfall this spring—bringing the season total to 588 inches—the mountain will stay open weekends through June 20. Find out more here.

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Snowbird

Tucked in Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon on the road to Alta, Snowbird is known for hanging bowls, 50-foot cliffs, and over-the-head powder.