Last week, we celebrated the end of the season with our annual employee party and an employee cardboard derby. Thanks to all our great employees that made the 23/24 season possible.

After 181 days open and 574 inches of snow, the 23/24 season has come to an end. On May 16, we hosted our employee end-of-season party. They deserve a huge shoutout for everything they have done this season. We are lucky to have an incredibly dedicated and talented team.

Being open 181 days was no small feat. It is the second-longest season in Solitude history and the longest season in Utah this winter. Following only the historic 22/23 season, when we received 816 inches of snow and were open 192 days. Staying open late into the spring is here to stay at Solitude, and we have our sights set on Memorial Day in the near future.

After some much-needed downtime, we will open for Summer on June 13. Solitude Bike Park will be open seven days a week this summer. It is designed by Gravity Logic, and new trails will be built as soon as snow melts. Later in June, we will host the State of Solitude, where Amber will give a season debrief and let you know what’s going on this summer and what is coming down the road.

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