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It's ski season. Here's what you need to get started this year

It’s time to ski.

Utah’s ski season officially started Friday, Nov. 25, according to Paul Marshall, the director of communication of Ski Utah. He said in a press release that Utah’s 2016-17 ski season began at Brian Head Resort and Brighton Resort, with Park City Mountain opening its ski season the following day.

“The beauty of working with Mother Nature, is that no two winters are ever the same,” said Nathan Rafferty, president/CEO of Ski Utah. “Some years we open early and some are a little delayed, but Utah’s snow never fails and the season is long.”

All of the other Utah ski resorts are open or will open shortly. Check out the graphic below to see what the costs are of an adult ski pass at each of the Utah resorts.