Nathan Rafferty Ski Utah

The Wasatch Mountain snowpack is the lowest in decades but some of Utah’s ski industry experts say conditions are surprisingly good and that the season is not over yet.  There are challenges the ski resorts and hospitality businesses face when Mother Nature doesn’t deliver the goods.   Carolyn Murray has this:

With the dry fall weather and lingering warm days and nights, there are a number of ski resorts postponing openings.  Ski Utah’s President, Nathan Rafferty is hoping the predicted drop in temperatures will set snow making in motion for Utah’s ski resorts this week.  Carolyn Murray has more

Ski Utah

Ski Utah announces the 2015-16 ski  season closed with 4.5 million skier days making the season the biggest ever on the books.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.