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Largest Ski Resorts in Utah

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Number Lifts 9
Overall Slope Area 6999 acres
Number Slopes 165
330 of 346 trails open
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Number Lifts 41
Overall Slope Area 7300 acres
Number Slopes 346
106 of 107 trails open
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Number Lifts 12
Overall Slope Area 3000 acres
Number Slopes 107
128 of 169 trails open
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Number Lifts 11
Overall Slope Area 2498 acres
Number Slopes 169
3 of 118 trails open
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Number Lifts 6
Overall Slope Area 2199 acres
Number Slopes 118
103 of 103 trails open
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Number Lifts 26
Overall Slope Area 2026 acres
Number Slopes 103
82 of 82 trails open
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Number Lifts 8
Overall Slope Area 1199 acres
Number Slopes 82
61 of 66 trails open
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Number Lifts 7
Overall Slope Area 1048 acres
Number Slopes 66
72 of 71 trails open
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Number Lifts 8
Overall Slope Area 650 acres
Number Slopes 71
48 of 48 trails open
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Number Lifts 6
Overall Slope Area 462 acres
Number Slopes 48
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72 of 72 trails open
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Number Lifts 9
Overall Slope Area 450 acres
Number Slopes 72
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Number Lifts 5
Overall Slope Area 84 acres
Number Slopes 23
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Number Lifts 4
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Number Slopes 1

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Largest Ski Resorts in Utah

All 13 ski resorts in Utah ranked by number of piste kilometers or size of terrain. Powder Mountain is currently the largest ski area, offering 8464 acres of slopes.
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