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cyn223 12-16-2013 07:33 PM

planning a trip to park city in march
 
I'm trying to plan a snowboarding trip to Park City towards the end of March but I was debating b/w the dates of March 21-25 or March 28 - April 2 of next year. I know this is towards the end of the season so I wasn't sure if those dates would be good weather-wise & everything? I live in Florida and I've actually never gone snowboarding on the west coast.

also: for lodging, what websites would you recommending?

I've been checking out booking.com and also airbnb.com right now! thanks :)

neednsnow 12-17-2013 03:45 PM

I have used skiutah.com in the past to pair lodging with lift tix. You can also just piecemeal things. Get lift tix at lifthouse. Also know that they have had a ski the day you arrive deal going. I couldn't find it so not sure if it is still legit.

cyn223 12-18-2013 07:55 AM

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Originally Posted by neednsnow (Post 1348137)
I have used skiutah.com in the past to pair lodging with lift tix. You can also just piecemeal things. Get lift tix at lifthouse. Also know that they have had a ski the day you arrive deal going. I couldn't find it so not sure if it is still legit.

awesome thanks so much! :)

mhaas 12-18-2013 08:11 AM

you will probably be ok either week but I would go on the earlier date as PC tends to melt out a bit earlier than the hills in the cottonwood canyons.

and PS Utah is like 700 miles from the west coast

cyn223 12-18-2013 08:36 AM

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Originally Posted by mhaas (Post 1350041)
you will probably be ok either week but I would go on the earlier date as PC tends to melt out a bit earlier than the hills in the cottonwood canyons.

and PS Utah is like 700 miles from the west coast

I'm only saying 'west coast' b/c I consider utah on the west side of the united states considering how I live in Florida which is far southeast. lol


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