Utah Ski Resorts Closing Slopes

Ski Resorts in Utah

Updated March 17, 2020

All of Utah’s ski resorts have either suspended operations or closed for the season to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the state.

Ski Utah has a running list of resorts that have announced suspensions or closures. Most of the resorts closed Sunday, March 14.

Resorts suspending their operations include Alta, Brighton, Deer Valley, Park City, Snowbird, Solitude and Sundance. Woodward in Park City has also closed their indoor and outdoor facilities. All of those resorts will reassess at a later date.

Resorts closing for the season include Beaver Mountain, Brian Head, Cherry Peak, Eagle Point, Nordic Valley, Power Mountain, and Snowbasin. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, most resorts in Utah had originally planned to close in mid-April.

To limit the spread of the virus, Utah health officials suggest that everyone stay at least six feet away from other people and avoid mass gatherings. Anybody who has symptoms that can include a cough, fever, or difficulty breathing should not be around other people and instead call their medical provider. People over the age of 60 or with underlying health conditions should also avoid contact with other people.