This Quiet Ski Resort Might Be Utah's Best-kept Secret
If you've skied this season, you're probably well aware of the virus' effect on the sport — social distancing made lift lines longer, reservation systems were a headache, and even with plenty of well-meaning policies in place, ski areas were busy. Really busy.
As a native Colorado skier based at a more remote ski area, I'm used to minimal queues and wide-open ski runs, but all that changed this year. So, when I heard about a little-known ski area in Utah that has more skiable terrain than Whistler Blackcomb or Park City, and promises powder days — not just powder mornings — I was intrigued.