Closing Day at Alta Ski Resort

“Best day ever!” said KÜHL’s Jim Hoppy. Frank’s gig under the Wildcat chair lift, good times watching the ski jumpers on High Boy and the grand finale with three rocking local bands in the Goldminer’s parking lot capped the last day of the 2017 ski season at Utah’s Alta Ski Resort.

Extravagant costumes spiced the day with no limit to the imagination. The scent of burgers and brats wafted thru the air as the locals celebrated another great year of chasing powder dreams. It’s hard to let go after a superb season with 521 inches of snowfall, but we created a video to preserve the memories and share with friends who missed the day.

We’re lucky to live in or near Little Cottonwood Canyon and Utah ski resorts featuring the Greatest Snow on Earth. KÜHL employees drove the KÜHLMOG up the canyon to show off its new matte black colors, spent the day skiing, and listened to live music with the costumed crowd. We want to sent a shout out to Schmidty for the annual production, which is always a blast. KÜHL also welcomes newcomer Butter Supply to the neighborhood, who launched their snow/ski wax at the event.

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At KÜHL, the passion remains to get outdoors and have fun. Our Born in the Mountains contributors share their love for the mountain culture with their stories, reflections and photographs.