Published March 1, 2023

We’ve officially surpassed 400″ of snow this season at Deer Valley Resort — a top five season for snow since we opened in 1981 and we still have over six weeks to go.


We’d like to extend a huge thank you to all the hardworking staff at Deer Valley Resort who have made this incredible winter season possible. Your dedication and passion for making the guest experience unforgettable are truly appreciated. Your work matters, and we couldn’t do it without you. Thanks for making the time on the slopes unforgettable this season. This is a season our skiers will reflect on for to for many years to come.



With 400 inches of snow already received this season, we’re expecting ideal conditions for spring skiing. Take the opportunity to ski some of the best snow you’ll ever experience in Park City, Utah. Explore spring Deer Valley Lodging Packages here.


Ready to hit the slopes at Deer Valley? Don’t miss out on the action! Purchase your lift tickets at least 7 days in advance and save. Plus, with limited daily ticket sales, you can guarantee access to the mountain and make the most of your ski vacation. Book now and get ready for an unforgettable experience this spring at Deer Valley!


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