3' of snow in 5 days from Apr 5-9th. Stayed at Eagle Springs West with great view of and easy walk to slopes. 2-1 lift tickets on Sunday, great snow, great value.
2nd visit there. Didn't bring kids this time but great place for families. We rode Solitude for 3 days and visited Brighton for 1. Nice that they are so close and you can ski or bus back and forth.
If you haven't been, Solitude is aptly named - never a lift line. Eagle, Moonbeam and Apex lifts serve great intermediate runs. Powerhorn and Summit take you to some extremely challenging steeps and tree skiing. Horseshoe Canyon is basically lift-served backcountry.
Brighton is more geared to Boarders, with several great terrain parks. Some of the best views in UT from top of Snake Creek lift - all the way down to Heber City 4000 ft below and 30 degrees warmer. At 1700' ft of vertical Great Western is a fast, long lift to mostly black steeps and trees. If you go to Big Cottonwood try to visit both.
Love UT skiing for NYers. Reasonable flights, quick 45 min trip from SLC to Solitude.
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