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Snowbird Remains Open


Instead of shutting down and going home for the summer, Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort has announced that they will remain for spring skiing and riding until June 20th 2010 (weather and conditions permitting). For those of you counting that was 199 days of available riding this year, two days shy of the record, oh and 588 inches of accumulated snowfall! Spring skiing and riding is limited from the Tram, Little Cloud and Mineral Basin Express lifts. Snowbird is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays as well as Memorial Day. Lift tickets are reduced to $62.