Deer Valley sets new all-time snowfall record, extends season

PARK CITY, Utah — The milestones from this winter season seem to continue to be crossed around the west. Deer Valley Resort officially passed its all-time snowfall record as of the morning of Thursday, March 16. This pushed the season’s total depth to 485”, more than 40 feet, which surpassed the previously held record of 484” recorded during the 2016-2017 winter season. The prime skiing conditions and high snow pack has prompted Deer Valley Resort to extend its ski season through Sunday, April 23, 2023, conditions permitting.

Deer Valley’s official snow stake is located on Ontario ski run on Flagstaff Mountain at 9,000 feet elevation. 

“The historic snowfall has officially made this season our snowiest on record with over a month of skiing left. These incredible conditions also created our longest season by being able to extend ski operations beyond both our planned opening and closing days,”

– Todd Bennett, Deer Valley Resort president and COO, said in a press release.

“I am grateful to our dedicated employees who have kept the mountain operating and guests smiling. They’ve maintained their unparalleled service and commitment to teamwork through the challenging weather conditions this year.”

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