Ski Utah

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.

Ski Utah

The Utah Ski and Snowboard industry set a new record this past winter.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Director of Ski Utah Nathan Rafferty, Tom Kelly with the US Ski and Snowboard Association, Park city Education Foundation Programs Officer Sara Hutchinson and Alex Briley of Village People.

While the snow was falling Tuesday, Ski Utah hosted its annual season opening press conference with news of more than $100 million being invested in Utah resorts this year. Leslie Thatcher has more.

On today's program, Ski Utah CEO Nathan Rafferty previews the 2015-16 ski season. Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioner Colin Hilton reviews some of the projects discussed at Tuesday's meeting. Blake Fonnesbeck and Brian Anderson talk about the downtown parking study underway and this month's Youth Sports Report with Aimee Preston and Heather Sims.

The lackluster snowfall this winter resulted in a nearly 5% drop in skiers and snowboarders hitting Utah's slopes. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Ski Utah has hired a new communications director - who will be getting the word out about the state's 14 ski resorts. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Two of the three lift alignments to connect the Wasatch's seven resorts has been released. Leslie Thatcher has more.

With a critically important court hearing in Park City's ski resort fight just hours away, Ski Utah President Nathan Rafferty is one of those who is well aware that winter is coming. Rick Brough has more.

Peter Hines

Ski Utah's Vice President of Marketing and Operations was recently honored by the North American Snowsports Journalist Association known as NASJA. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

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