Colorado is killing it right now, but Utah is on its way to catching up. Something to think about is temp and elevation. Colorado is still pretty cold in March whereas Utah starts to warm up a bit once the sun comes out. That being said, the snow stay darn fluffy for a few days up in the Cottonwoods in March and April, but the sunshine is much comfier.
Also understand that the peak snowpack in places like Snowbird and Sol/Bright is much larger than colorado, so a similar base will be a lower proportion of snowpack in the cottonwoods than in Colorado.
Historically, Utah does pretty well in the spring. Currently, Colorado is where it is at.
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