Snowbird, Utah – Snowboarders who aren’t quite ready to put thegear away for summer can keep turning at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort.Continuing a tradition of the longest ski season in Utah, Snowbird willremain open for spring skiing and riding through Sunday, May 11, conditionspermitting. Utah’s only ski resort still open, Snowbird is offeringdiscounted lift tickets through the remainder of the season.
“April has always been a strong snowfall month for Snowbird and this year isno different,” said Snowbird President Bob Bonar. “The current conditionsprovide for terrific skiing and riding all over the mountain.”
The Tram, Mineral Basin Express, Gadzoom, Little Cloud, Wilbere andChickadee chairlifts are open for skiing and riding through Sunday, May 4and lift tickets are $35. Additionally, skiers and snowboarders who presenttheir current season pass from another resort are eligible for half-pricelift tickets at Snowbird through May 4.
Monday, May 5, will bring spring skiing and riding on the Little Cloudchairlift by way of the Tram from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. At this time the liftticket will be reduced to $25. Skiing and riding continues on Little CloudChairlift via the Tram through Sunday, May 11, at which point snowconditions will determine if Snowbird’s winter season will be extended.
Celebrate the final day of the ski season with Mom at the scenic AerieRestaurant atop the Cliff Lodge. Mother’s Day Brunch will be served at theAerie Restaurant from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 11. The brunch is$29.95 for adults, $14.95 for children 5-12 and free for children 4 andunder. Call (801) 933-2222 for reservations.