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Snowbird in Utah is home to an abundance of dry powder, with an imposing average annual snowfall of 12.8m. Whilst there is still a nice variation of terrain on offer to suit beginners and intermediates, this resort tends to attract the more advanced skiers and boarders. Snowbird is located less than an hours drive from Salt Lake City Airport making it an easy accessed resort. The resort contains a small pedestrian village which offers shopping, dining, and some bars.

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