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Atla buried all of their 85 years of snowfall records.... 903 Inches Of Snow!




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Did you know that it snows on average, one foot every five days during the winter? Seriously!   Miners tunneled throughout the beautiful Wasatch Range to build the local economy, but modern-day prospectors look skyward to winter snow and summer sunshine to drive the economy in this perfect spot.   World-class resorts, historic Main Street of Park City, and the Sundance Film Festival are just a few reasons to escape to the mountains less than an hour from Salt Lake City.   Here in Utah, we're crazy about our snow!   Utah's Cottonwood Canyons are one of the snowiest places in the world, with Alta averaging 550 inches of snow annually.   On average, over 6 feet of snow falls each April.   The Great Salt Lake does not freeze, so lake effect is a possibility all ski season long.   Resorts within proximity to the lake enjoy lake-effect periods which produce about five percent of the average precipitation from September to May.   Utah has long claimed to have the greatest snow on Earth. Utah even trademarked the phrase.



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