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1 Skier descending a powdery slope in the late afternoon.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398 n 26
2 Skiers standing in front of the Ski School and Ski Patrol headquarters.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n01
3 Skiers carving S turns side by side on a powdery slope at Solitude Ski Resort.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n02
4 Young boy on skis passing a wood cut-out of "Bert" from the television show "Sesame Street."P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n03
5 Skiers descending a powdery slope at Solitude Ski Resort.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n04
6 Snowbird tram lift filled with skiers.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n05
7 "Whether he's skiing in the deep fluffy powder in a wide open bowl or on a machine groomed surface of a forested trail, Corky Fowler, Director of Skiing at Snowbird, will lead the way down the mountain with style and speed."P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n06
8 View of Snowbird, the Cliff Lodge, and the tram during the summer months from high on the mountainside.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n07
9 "Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort offers great skiing for all levels of skiers. Snowbird features seven double chairlifts and the Garaventa Aerial Tram, with skiing on 1900 acres and a vertical drop of 3,100 feet." Skiers descending a powdery slope.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n08
10 "Snowbird Ski School's 100 carefully-chosen, personable instructors specialize in classes and private lessons for skiers of all ability levels, from first-time beginners to advanced skiers, including Children's Ski School with complimentary child care or Mountain Experience for the adventurous." Ski instructor teaching two young girls to snowplow.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n09
11 "Snowbird boasts an annual snowfall averaging 450 inches, and traditionally, late spring powder storms dump over 100 inches of snow in both March and April, creating some fo the best snow conditions during the season. the superb spring skiing, complimented by a lot of warm sunshine and a picnic on the mountain, is a perfect way for Snowbird skiers to have a spring fling!"P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n10
12 "Utah's 16 resorts appeal to skiers of all ages and abilities, making Utah the perfect gateway for family ski vacations." Family skiing together at Snowbird.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n11
13 "Powder skiing is what Snowbird is all about. Over 500 inches of light, dry snow falls annually over Snowbirds 1,900 acres of tree-lined trails, steep chutes and wide, open bowls, rated 20% beginner/novice, 30% intermediate, and 50% advanced/expert."P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n12
14 "Greatest Snow on Earth: An average annual snowfall of 500 inches falls on many of Utah's 16 ski areas, virtually guaranteeing the finest skiing conditions from mid-November to May." Skier jump turning through a powder bank.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n13
15 "Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort hosts the NASTAR Races three times weekly, throughout the winter season. The races are open to the public and designed for individuals of novice skiing ability." Skier round a flag during a NASTAR race.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n14
16 Skier jumping off a small snow cornice.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n15
17 Skier plowing through waist deep powder snow.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n16
18 Two Park West Ski Resort cooks and waitresses holding skis and wearing aprons saying, "I'd rather be skiing."P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n17
19 Sets of S turns carved into a powder slope at Park West.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n18
20 "Park City's new "Town Lift" triple chair will transport skiers from the bottom of historic Main Street to Mid Mountain. the new chair provides access to Park City's lift system, or skiers can enjoy two intermediate runs back into Old Town for lunch or a-pres-ski. Downloading on the lift will also be provided." Two young skiers and adults skiing beneath a chair lift.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n19
21 "Steep, open faces and tree skiing provide excitement for all skiers. Park City offers plenty of tree and glade skiing to all those who accept the challenge."P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n20
22 Young skier rounding a flag during a NASTAR race.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n21
23 Young skier rounding a flag during a NASTAR race.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n22
24 Tamara McKinney rounding a pole during a ski race.P0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n23
25 Park City street scenes, 1970sP0398 Mike Grom Photograph CollectionP0398n24
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