Forget the 700 club, some of Utah’s resorts have now entered the 800-inch club this season.
Brighton: 818 inches
The resort surpassed the finish line of an old record, announcing it had eclipsed 818 inches.
Alta: 809 inches
As of noon on March 31st, Alta had 809 inches of snow, or more than 67 feet, of snow have fallen in the area since October.
Solitude: 753 inches
Solitude Ski Resort has never in recorded history reached 700 inches.
Snowbird: 751 inches
Snowbird will stay open as long as there is good snow, which will most likely last beyond Memorial Day this year.
Park City: 585 inches
The resort eclipsed 500 inches, marking the snowiest season “in 49 years of record-keeping,” per the resort.
Deer Valley: 566 inches
This resort broke its previous record which was 484 inches, which was set during the 2016-17 season.
Snowbasin: 562 inches
The Weber County resort beat a record set in the 1981-82 season, which is widely considered one of Utah’s best ever. The previous best mark at Snowbasin was 475 inches.
*Snow totals as of April 3, 2023