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Last Ski Season Was The 3rd Best in Utah State History

Despite the ongoing drama between Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts, the Utah ski industry still recorded the third-best ski season in history for 2013-2014. Final skier and snowboarder counts totaled 4,161,585, just shy of the record-breaking 2007-2008 ski season when skiers racked up 4,249,190 days. This is good news for Utah as the state is constantly trying to compete with Colorado, a state who also had a record-breaking year. At the same time, Utah still has a ways to go if it wants to catch up to the Centennial state; Colorado's 2013-2014 skier counts were up 10% from the previous season to a whopping 12.6 million.

Here's a look at Utah skier days over the past 10 years, courtesy of Deseret News:

Utah skier days

2013-14: 4,161,585 (3)

2012-13: 4,018,812 (7)

2011-12: 3,825,090 (10)

2010-11: 4,247,510 (2)

2009-10: 4,070,822 (5)

2008-09: 3,972,984 (8)

2007-08: 4,249,190 (1)

2006-07: 4,082,094 (4)

2005-06: 4,062,188 (6)

2004-05: 3,895,578 (9)

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