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Park City

stef

Certified Ski Diva
Hello all you Divas! My husband is retiring next month and we have decided to celebrate by staying in Salt Lake City for January, February and March and skiing Park City all winter. Hubby is an expert level skier and will be out looking for powder and bumps every chance he gets. That leaves me on my own to find nice blue groomers and an occasional groomed black. My question is, are there any ski groups in the area I could join? I get bored skiing on my own after a while and having a group to join would help me get comfortable with the mountain. Any advice would be appreciated.
 

diymom

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
Unfortunately it looks like the locals clinic is already sold out. Maybe call the Park City snow school and ask if there’s a wait list? And while they’re on the phone ask if they know of similar programs.
 


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