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Changes to Utah Ski Resorts

December 20, 2010

There have been a lot of changes to Utah ski resorts this summer, and so to help you make the best decision for your winter fun we’ve compiled a list of what was done to each of them.

The Canyons
  • North America’s first heated chair lift
  • New direct-connect Gondola
  • 300 Acres of expanded terrain
  • Enhanced snowmobiling capabilities
  • 35,000 square-foot spa
  • Apres-ski terrace
  • 2 new dining venues
  • 17,000 square foot meeting space
  • New recreation area
  • $4.5 million dollar equipment investment for slopes
  • Remodeled day  lodges
  • New season pass options
    • 1,2, or 3 customizable options
    • Fast tracks access to the express lines at lifts
    • Night skiing & riding options
    • slope side underground parking
  • expanded guided Snowcat Powder Safari
  • Additional 1,000 acres of chutes and bowls
  • New guided tours of Wolf Creek Canyon
  • All mountain ski adventures for advanced and expert skiers
  • Increased environmental sustainability efforts
    • 1,500 new trees
    • 500 new shrubs
    • 500 pounds of indigenous flowers and grass
  • Renovated Cliff Spa in the Cliff Lodge
    • Updated reception area
    • Salon updates
    • Retail store updates
    • New Men’s and Women’s locker rooms
    • Updated solarium
    • Upgraded steam room
    • Better treatment rooms
  • Environmentally friendly Redford Conference Center
    • 3,500 square feet of meeting space
    • Wrapping patios
    • Large group fireplace
    • Full-service catering kitchen
  • Whole resort undergoing multi-million dollar renovation
  • 22 foot superpipe
  • Host of the Winter Dew Tour (Feb 10-13, 2011)

And don’t forget Vacation Roost has a wide variety of vacation rentals and lodging options to satisfy your winter needs.

Thanks for reading and enjoy the slopes this winter!

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