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Utah ski resorts announce closures amid coronavirus outbreak

Posted at 6:27 PM, Mar 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-17 17:36:13-04

SALT LAKE CITY — Several skiing and snowboarding resorts in Utah are closing Sunday with undetermined times of reopening.

The following resorts have announced suspensions to their operations (listed in order of announcement time):

  • Park City Mountain Resort and other resorts owned by Vail Resorts are closing through the following Sunday, March 22
  • Deer Valley Resort and Solitude Mountain Resort parent company Alterra Mountain Company will be closing Sunday "until further notice."
  • Eagle Point Resort in Beaver has also announced closure, saying that it will be ending its season.
  • Alta Ski Resort will also be suspending operations starting Sunday until further notice.
  • Woodward Park City and all POWDR resorts are suspending both indoor and outdoor resort operations until at least Sunday, March 22.
  • Snowbird has also announced a suspension of its operations from March 15-22 and will monitor and reassess their approach for the rest of the season.
  • Brighton will be suspending all operations beginning on Sunday, March 15, until further notice.
  • Snowbasin will close all mountain operations on Monday, March 16.
  • Cherry Peak will suspend operations until further notice, effective Monday, March 16
  • Sundance Mountain Resort announces closing Monday; anticipated reopening April 16.
  • Beaver Mountain Ski Resort suspending winter operations.
  • Brian Head Resort closing for the season starting Wednesday.
  • Nordic Valley Ski Resort will close for the remainder of the 2019-2020 season at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
  • Powder Mountain has suspended operations for the rest of the season. (The resort previously announced it would stay open but was ending night skiing)

This article will be updated with additional skiing and snowboarding locations that announce closures.