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Old 10-05-2009, 08:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have been lucky enough to have been granted the opportunity to leave the barren wasteland of the Northeast to go to Utah for a weekend of snowboarding. I'm having trouble finding a place to go. I have to stay near Salt Lake City and other than that there is no restriction. I was looking for advice on where to go. I'm going from Nov. 20-24. So it would have to be open by then. I was calling places and a lot seemed pissed that i was asking about snowboard instead of skiing. So it would help if they were board friendly.

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Old 10-06-2009, 10:48 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I would do The Canyons in Park City, Snowbasin or Powder Mountain. These are all board friendly resorts.
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Old 10-06-2009, 11:00 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I had a great time last year at Solitude. Hardly anyone was there also Brighton was a good time too.
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Old 10-06-2009, 02:15 PM   #4 (permalink)
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no mention of the bird???

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snowbird is one of the best mountains I have ever ridden. Sooo much varied terrain and fresh snow
i lived in mammoth for a season and got 150+ days and while mammoth is fun snowbird blows it out of the water

as said brighton is fun as well
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You can ride pretty much anywhere except Alta and Deer Valley.

Snow Basin/Powder Mountain are a good drive from Salt Lake. If you are looking at staying with resorts near Salt Lake I would say that Snowbird is a must.

I would avoid Park City Resort. It is overpriced and sub-par. Canyons is nice and board friendly.

I am partial to Brighton because it was one of the few places that allowed snowboarding back when I started. It has great snow and also is open until 9pm. The crowds are not bad mid-week.
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Pending on snow not much terrain will be open that early.
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Pending on snow not much terrain will be open that early.

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Pending on snow not much terrain will be open that early.
Snowbird is hoping to be open on the 15th. Snowbird is probably your best bet for good snow in November.
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Haha I just want everyone else to feel my misery living in Tennessee
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You can ride pretty much anywhere except Alta and Deer Valley.

Snow Basin/Powder Mountain are a good drive from Salt Lake. If you are looking at staying with resorts near Salt Lake I would say that Snowbird is a must.

I would avoid Park City Resort. It is overpriced and sub-par. Canyons is nice and board friendly.

I am partial to Brighton because it was one of the few places that allowed snowboarding back when I started. It has great snow and also is open until 9pm. The crowds are not bad mid-week.
I thought Park City had some good strickly park jumps and other things???(this coming from a nob dont quote me)
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