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Tahoe or SLC in late March

Hey, I am having a hard time deciding where to go during late March. Do you think SLC resorts should have better snow condition during late March than Tahoe resorts? I have never been to Tahoe resorts and wondering if its worth making a trip there in March. Should I stick with SLC? My priorities are Snow -> Price -> Night life.

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late March in tahoe may get you rain on the slopes .. both should have good snow .. soft and slushy .. tahoe of course had more accessible nightlife ... slc is more cost effective
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I'm hitting Tahoe in late March, too. I chose it over SLC, mainly for the Spring Conditions, the beauty (I'll have my lady with me), and the fun town. The costs were pretty similar. SLC is a decent town, but it still has a mormon air hanging over it, bringing down the fun level. That being said, they get some really good concerts in SLC and PC is a good time.

If the rain hits Tahoe, there is a chance that Kirkwood (40 mins south) will get the snow. I was there last year over the first week of April and it was Phenomenal!!!

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