Originally Posted by Lonnie
2nded. Alta will be open, but my guess is with limited lifts and terrain (no supreme or cecret).
They'll likely go to weekend operations for a couple of weeks near the end of their season (april) to extend it out. After that it's open season for those of us with touring set ups. I've had some of my better end of the season powder days at Alta after they were closed.
Utah overall is pretty weak on the extended season. Snowbird is the only one that can and will stay open into May. Most of the others lack interest (Park City areas) or the permitted days (Solitude, Brighton, Alta) to remain open. And frankly, most Utah skiers are ready to start climbing, biking, golfing and such come the first rays of April sunshine. It's a sad thing really.