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Powder Mtn., any clues as to when they will open for daytime skiing?

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Powder mtn is showing open for night skiing only.

Does anyone know the projected opening date?
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Originally Posted by rayl1964 View Post

Powder mtn is showing open for night skiing only.

Does anyone know the projected opening date?
When they get enough snow.
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POWMOW is an upside down hill and I am guessing there is not enough snow down low to open the rest. Pow mow relies almost exclusively on natural snow. We just had our first big storm to kick off the season. I am guessing they will get some more terrian open in the next week or so...

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Check out www.skiutah.com or their website.  I hear that they are open now.
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Tomorrow at 0900
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Thanks,

We're heading to Eden for christmas and I was just looking ahead. We'll have a vehicle, although not 4wd., so we can always head to alta snowbird, or DV.

Ray
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How about snowbasin? It will be easier to get there from eden with out a good winter vehicle than any place except wolf creek. And the skiing doesn't suck!
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How about snowbasin? It will be easier to get there from eden with out a good winter vehicle than any place except wolf creek. And the skiing doesn't suck!

yep,
I'm still researching., but snowbasin and Deer Valley are two mtns that I have yet to ski.
I waited a little too long before pulling the trigger on a rental vehicle. There are no 4wd to be found in SLC, so this may be my first shuttle trip.
The good news is that we are staying at Wolf Lodge, and supposedly, the Powder mtn shuttle picks up there.
tromano,
thanks, I would like to ski snowbasin.

Ray
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yep,
I'm still researching., but snowbasin and Deer Valley are two mtns that I have yet to ski.
I waited a little too long before pulling the trigger on a rental vehicle. There are no 4wd to be found in SLC, so this may be my first shuttle trip.
The good news is that we are staying at Wolf Lodge, and supposedly, the Powder mtn shuttle picks up there.
tromano,
thanks, I would like to ski snowbasin.

Ray
 
If the Lodge has a shuttle up to Powmow,  you could easily get away with a car without 4wd.  The roads to the airport or Park City aren't generally bad.  I wouldn't want to be stuck at the Wolf Lodge for a week without a car. 
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It's open but limited:

http://www.powdermountain.com/mtn_snow_report.php

I haven't talked to anyone who has been up yet.
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It is unlikely that you will need 4wd to get to Snowbasin from Wolf Lodge.  I would recomend the shuttle for Pow Mow though.
JF
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Thanks Guys!
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