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Best Spring Skiing Within Driving Distance of Salt Lake City

The best part about using your Salt Lake City movers in the spring is the fact that there is plenty of skiing, snowshoeing, tubing, and more that the whole family can enjoy. If you haven’t gone spring skiing yet, then it’s time to invest in some ski lessons, because you are about to get hooked!

Considering the mountains are so close that you can take a mini break in order to hit the slopes, with your Salt Lake City moving company handling most of the unpacking for you, you won’t have to worry about rushing back to your new home.

Since you are new in town and have no idea where to go, let All My Sons Moving & Storage help you out with the list of the best spring skiing within driving distance of Salt Lake City.

Sundance Mountain Resort. Offering ski and snowboard lessons, this resort is perfect for any skill level. For the beginners, spring skiing is preferable for learning the sport due to the ideal weather conditions. Not only are there plenty of cold weather options at Sundance, but there are tons of activities for the warmer months as well; between the art classes, mountain biking, hiking, and horseback riding, your family won’t know where to start first!

Park City Mountain Resort. Looking for a fun place to bring visiting relatives once your Salt Lake City movers finish moving you and your family in? Then look no further, because Park City Mountain Resort has everything you could want – and more! Not only do they have some of the best slopes in Utah for spring skiing, but they also have sleigh rides, Viking yurt dinner excursions, an Alpine Coaster, biking, hiking, a mini-train, mini golf, a climbing wall, and a zip line. Needless to say, you will never run out of things to do when it comes to entertaining guests!

Gorgoza Park. Have your kids never been skiing until your Salt Lake City movers brought them to town? Then Gorgoza is the perfect place for kids to get the hang of spring skiing – and snow in general! This park offers lift-served tubing, a play area for kid’s age eight and under, mini-snowmobiles, a learn-to-ski/snowboard area, a café, and a warming hut. If your kids are still not adjusting to the cold weather, then this is where you want to take a break from unpacking.

The Canyons Resort. Have you ever gone dog sledding? Well, at The Canyons Resort you will finally get your chance to! Along with tons of green level slopes for skiing, there are sleigh rides, snowshoe tours, cross country skiing, gondola rides, biking, hiking, a zip line, mini golf, fishing, and pedal boats. If you really want to get a bird eye’s view of your new town, then you can even take a hot air balloon ride during the summer months.