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With three more weekends to go in the 2016/2017 season, the skiing and riding conditions are excellent thanks to a snowpack over 5 feet. As we count down to the end of one of the most memorable seasons in resort history, Eagle Point features a fun-filled lineup of events planned through our closing date of Sunday, April 2 both on the mountain and in the village.
To ensure that your experience is as smooth as it will be memorable, we recommend you consider the following prior to your arrival:
Coming off a record breaking winter 2015-2016 season that saw a 25% increase of resort visits compared to year prior, near or at capacity lodging virtually every weekend, and 350 inches of Utah’s “Greatest Snow on Earth”®, Eagle Point Resort, located in the majestic Tushar mountains of southern Utah, plans to keep the momentum going with expanded services that are bound to attract more of the discerning Southern Californian ski and snowboard clientele.
Shane Gadbaw has seen his fair share of corporate entertaining, company retreats, and blowout parties. So after he and his business partners bought their own Utah ski resort, he did something almost no other major resort in this country can match – he started renting the whole place out to private groups. Located in Southern Utah, a world apart from the better known Park City and Cottonwood Canyons resorts, Eagle Point is roughly equidistant from Vegas and Salt Lake City, and easy enough for companies in either to hire a bus to transport clients or staffers.
If Eagle Point has an attribute that sets it apart from the rest of the state, it is intimacy of experience. As a resort where 400 skiers is considered a very busy day and you can still ski untouched powder or unspoiled groomers until the last run, Eagle Point is a truly relaxing getaway as opposed to the chaotic circus many other major resorts have become. To read the full article, click here.