Author Archives: Deb Lovci
Over the past couple of days, we have gotten well over 50 inches of new snow which makes for some very fun spring skiing. Storms roll in, then the sun pops out in the afternoon and you shed some layers. Here is a great picture from some backcountry skiing taken today.
Old Town Guest House has declared that Spring Skiing Season has begun. March and April generally bring some of the bigger snowstorms of the season to the Wasatch Mountains, but the sunshine and soft snow changes the attitude of guests from serious skiers to beachcombers on the slopes. In the spirit of Spring, we are offering 25% off your lodging total for any new reservations booked between now and the end of the ski season! Resorts close April 11th. Book now and get out and ski!!
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There is nothing like getting outside and being active. The best thing is you can start at any age. My niece, Olivia (3 1/2 yr old), here is running a race in Central Park Manhattan. You go girl!
We all love to get good feedback. I wanted to share some recent comments and a great video that they put together as well. Enjoy!
It was a pleasure staying at your Guest House and even if we didn’t get any fresh snow we still had a good time in Park City. And if I ever get back at least I know where to stay!
We left Powder Mountain early Tuesday morning when the snow storm started and arrived in Alta just in time when they opened. After that we got at least at foot of fresh snow every day until we left this Saturday and had some awesome skiing. Just how good it was you can see from this youtube film.I’m the guy with the little visor on the helmet, Marcus is the one surfing on the snow, and Malin looks like someone from Star Wars with her black helmet and white goggles
Give our best to Adrianne!
Wow, the end of January is turning out to be just a bit better than how it started. We have gotten dumped on these past few weeks and more is on the horizon. Here are some pics of some of the OldTownGuestHouse patrons enjoying the fresh Park City snow.