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(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) A snowboarder hucks into the air at Snowbasin Ski Resort Sunday, January 22, 2012 while enjoying blue skies and the 22inches of new snow on the runs. Heavy snowfall within the past 24 hours has created a high danger of avalanches all along the Wasatch Mountains
Snowbasin to open on Thanksgiving

First Published Nov 27 2013 09:59 am • Last Updated Nov 27 2013 10:57 am

Snowbasin will open for the ski season Thanksgivinng, offering "top to bottom" skiing on a base averaging between 18 and 22 inches on six runs.

On opening day, the Needles Gondola and Middle Bowl Triple and Little Cat quad lifts will open as will two "pocket" terrain parks. More terrain and lifts will open as weather permits.

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Early day ticket rates are $41 for youths and $69 for adults. The annual Thanksgiving dinner at Earl’s Lodge has sold out. Needles Lodge will serve food on Thanksgiving Day.

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