If the lady is down for a good snow trip/hide-away in the mountains, don't go to Park City to ride or stay. ( I didn't see the camping bit....you gots a good girl, there!) If anything, take an evening trip there, maybe on the way in or out, along I80. They, generally (earlier this week was a rare exception) get much less snow than Solitude, Brighton, Snowbird. Go there!
Check the weather, it'll be wet/damp in non-snowy areas for camping. Kayak.com for lodging.
Solitude has 50 dollar lift tix.
If you happen to have a pass to anywhere, stating April 8th, you can get a lift ticket for 32 bucks at Brighton.
I don't know what Snowbird has to offer for lift tix, but the terrain is silly, they just got 5 inches and more is on the way over the weekend.
Coverage in Utah isn't as good as it has been in the past, but it is pretty tasty and they still keep getting decent fills from these little systems that are dropping wet mank/rain on Tahoe.
Bee-line it sunday night or Monday AM. Monday and Tuesday should be good days in the Cottonwood Canyons. Take I80 there and take I70/HWY6 on the way back.
And whoever suggested Stowe as a place to go for someone who is on a road trip from Denver just needs smacked upside their friggin head!
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Last edited by neednsnow; 04-05-2013 at 02:20 PM.