On your first ski day of the season, do you expect yourself to be as good as your last day of last season? Over the past five years, I’ve made the same mistake on my first ski day out every single ski season and I’ve ended up feeling frustrated. I’m probably not alone in this.
We are waiting for winter here in Park City, Utah. The aspen leaves go from green to a bright yellow. Bikers and hikers dot the landscape instead of skiers. Trails are littered with fallen leaves. The ski chairs are waiting for winter. #deervalleyresort #utahphotographer #skilift #skichair #fall A post shared by Nancy Anderson (@nancylesteranderson) on
The Wasatch Benefit Program returns for its fifth consecutive winter season with the addition of Solitude Mountain Resort in Big Cottonwood Canyon. The Wasatch Benefit Program is a collaboration between Alta Ski Area, Deer Valley Resort, Snowbird and Solitude Mountain Resort to offer two complimentary day tickets to the other three resorts to qualifying season
You don’t see many snowmen in Park City, Utah. When my son Brian, age 28, came to visit from Virginia, his first instinct was to run outside and make a snowman. His inner child couldn’t help himself. That didn’t work out so well. The snow is different here. It’s not wet and sticky, it’s light
Deer Valley Resort will open for the 2016-2017 ski season on Saturday, December 3, 2016 with eight chairlifts and 12 ski runs. Chairlifts Scheduled to Open: Burns Carpenter Express Homestake Judge Silver Lake Express Sterling Express Viking Wasatch Express 2016-2017 Early Season Lift Ticket Rates: Full Day Half Day Adult
The countdown to ski season has begun! It’s time to get in shape. Of course, I know you can’t get in top physical condition in a month but on the other hand, anything helps. You see, I am not a burpee maniac like my neighbor Darhl. Everytime I see her, she’s just come back from
Transporting snowmaking guns at Deer Valley Resort on Tuesday, September 27, 2016. Photos courtesy of Deer Valley Resort Guest Service Assistant Manager, Chance Cook.
I began skiing in the French Alps when I was a little kid and have slid on two boards for more than 60 years. I remember my first ski slope: it was steps away from my family home. It was a spot used for ski jumping contests before, and since the structural elements of the
A look of stunned surprise comes over people’s faces when they find out my husband is learning to ski at age 65. They assume since we live in Park City, he has skied all his life. Nothing could be further from the truth. My husband, Jay, had never slipped his feet into a pair ski boots
Early ski season is always a game of cat-and-mouse between skiers eager to hit the slopes and snow waiting in the wings. Deer Valley’s obsession with perfect conditions is for all locals to see, as the resort produces generous amounts of snow during the early season to fully satisfy its guests. This is one reason