Posted By: Sue Piccone, December 22, 2016
Holiday festivities are in full swing throughout December at Solitude Mountain Resort. From Santa visits and folk music performances to s’mores parties and a Children's Glow Parade, the resort delivers an idyllic winter holiday for locals and visiting guests.
Posted By: Nick Como, December 21, 2016
Oooh baby, it’s cold outside. While staying indoors in comfy slippers, under a blanket in front of a roaring fire sounds great, storm day skiing is the best skiing. Here are a few tips on how to stay warm and chase snowflakes around the mountain.
Posted By: Matt Farinelli, December 14, 2016
In my experience, opening days are usually exciting but at the same time generally forgettable. As far as my all-time first days go, most have seen more icy groomers than pow turns. Well not this year. Not at Solitude.
I wasn't there for true opening day on Friday, December 2, which I was certainly bummed about since Utah just finished up a 40-inch-plus storm cycle earlier in the week. Then a little bird told me (via @skisolitude on Instagram... hint, hint) that PoHo (Powderhorn) and Eagle Express weren't opening until first thing on Saturday, December 3, and things were suddenly looking up.
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