PARK CITY, Utah — Deer Valley is changing its opening date after a long list of other ski resorts moved dates up these past weeks to Tuesday, November 29. This is the first time Deer Valley moved its opening day this early in decades because of “historic early-snow conditions.”
Over the previous three weeks, Deer Valley recorded more than 60 inches of snow, and the cold temps allowed snowmaking to happen concurrently.
“The start of ski season always brings a lot of energy and anticipation and it’s even better when Mother Nature delivers ideal conditions right away,” said Deer Valley President and COO Todd Bennett. “We are thrilled to have the snow for one of our earliest openings ever while still providing the exceptional on-mountain experience Deer Valley is known for.”
Deer Valley will open with numerous chairlifts and ski runs across Bald Eagle and Bald Mountain. They plan to open more terrain as snowmaking operations allow.
Additionally, Season Pass holders to Deer Valley will have the opportunity to attend a “special preview” on the afternoon of Monday, November 28, with exclusive access.