How To Ski In Another State

Who needs lift tickets when there’s so much free skiing left? The Visitor Center at Ski Utah — the official Tourist Information Center in Salt Lake City — has a ton of highlights to see, including the official maps for the state, ski reports, and public tips on how to ski safely. In addition, there’s an information center in Idaho that features features such as cozy chairs, complimentary hot cocoa, and access to the premier high-speed Gondola in the state (RiNo Zip). Both centers are open during day time at 9am through 6pm, Monday through Friday. Outdoor Retailer is offering free samples of apparel and equipment at both centers, so that you don’t have to spend all that money. Visit www.skiutah.com/all-day, www.snow.com, and www.connectivity.org for more information. In addition, the Visitor Center at Canyons resorts (www.canyonsresorts.com) has available day passes, given away for free the weekend of Sunday, January 27, and/or Monday, January 28, for new visitors to ski or snowboard at Canyons (Park City, Deer Valley, and The Canyons). (All you have to do is tweet at @snowResorts).

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