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AEC Blog: Season Carpool Conclusions
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AEC Blog: Season Carpool Conclusions

| 16 Comments | April 22nd, 2019 | By Adam Fehr


New this season, the Alta Environmental Center spearheaded the Preferred Carpool Parking program, providing prime parking spots in the Wildcat base area to vehicles arriving with three or more persons. The goal of the program is to encourage carpooling by rewarding skiers with "VIP Parking" in the most desirable parking spots at the Wildcat base.

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Posted in: #PR #A.E.C.


The Top 5 Burritos of Alta
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The Top 5 Burritos of Alta

| 0 Comments | April 4th, 2019 | By Adam Fehr


As long as skiers have looked to the mountains for fun and adventure, they have also looked for ways to stay properly nourished on long days. From cheese and crackers to granola to processed meats to energy bars to pocket bacon, every skier has their favorite. One of the best ski meals is a hearty breakfast burrito. They’re convenient, calorie dense, portable and delicious.

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Posted in: #FoodandDrink


7 Feet In 10 Days
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7 Feet In 10 Days

| 0 Comments | January 28th, 2019 | By Adam Fehr


Just in time for the MLK holiday weekend, a winter storm cycle made its way to the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon. Between January 16 and January 25th, Alta received over seven feet of snow—approximately the height of a polar bear standing on its hind legs. Needless to say, that's a lot of snow.

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Posted in: #Weather #Photography


Rocko Menzyk's Top 5 Alta Moments of 2018
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Rocko Menzyk's Top 5 Alta Moments of 2018

| 1 Comment | December 26th, 2018 | By Adam Fehr


My name is Rocko Menzyk and I am the staff photographer for Alta Ski Area. Originally from the Seattle area, I fell in love with ski photography in high school. After a brief stint in college, I packed my camera bag and made the move to the bright lights and twinkly snowflakes of Alta, Utah.

Moving to Alta was the best decision I've ever made.

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The Lift Ticket That Changed Everything
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The Lift Ticket That Changed Everything

| June 23rd, 2015 | By Adam Fehr


I recently came across the saved ticket while packing and moving in Salt Lake. Storm total 30 inches – interlodged, it read. I’ve experienced deeper cycles since, but this one was special. “Snowbird shut down the tram,” said one guy on the chair. The whipping wind and steady snow was too much to handle, and yet Alta was relatively quiet. Couch surfing at photographer Re Wikstrom’s house, who had recently learned the ins and outs of Alta’s stashes, our posse zipped across the High-T.

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