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SIX FABULOUS SKI-IN, SKI-OUT CHALETS

With winter right around the corner, we have the ski-slopes on our mind. What’s better to dream about than sitting in your own ski-in, ski-out residence by the fire, watching the snow fall outside? We have put together a list of our favorite ski-in, ski-out homes that we currently have listed. Take a look inside and see for yourself what the slopes of Deer Valley Resort and Park City Resort have to offer.

We’ve got you covered with these six fabulous ski chalets:

 

FOLLOW JESS REID ON INSTAGRAM

We are excited to announce Jess Reid – Christie’s International has an Instagram account, you can follow us at: jessreidrealestate.

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See exclusive real estate of Park City and the surrounding Utah areas.  We will also be highlighting the Park City lifestyle, which includes the great outdoors, social scenes and anything else happening.

If you love Park City and all it has to offer then follow this Instagram account!

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SPLASHING INTO SPRING

Splashing into Spring:
This past week the annual Spring Gruv took place at Canyons Resort, on Saturday they held their famous pond skimming competition.  It was a beautiful day with a great turn out.  Competitors donned crazy outfits and made a splash trying to reach the other side of the pond.
Canyons Pond Skim 2015
(Photo Credit: Megan Lynch)

Spectators then made it down to the village for a concert featuring opener Jon Wayne and The Pain and headliner Nahko and Medicine for the People.


(Photo Credit: Mountain Town Music)

In spite of this winter being one of the driest and lowest snow years, it’s been an exceptional season. Overnight lodging and skier days do not appear to be down, with local businesses thriving and town being pleasantly busy all winter.
There are still plenty of ski days left before season ends.  Deer Valley and Canyons Resort close on April 12th and Park City Mountain Resort extends for another week closing on April 19th.
Although locals may have been bummed with the lack of tree skiing and powder days, visitors enjoyed groomed skiing, gorgeous sunny days and exceptional outdoor dining options on the mountains.