Every state has its pride: cheese, corn, oranges, or even lobster; but Utah’s top crop is snow.   You can ask the scientist--or you can ask the skiers—but if there were a Nobel Prize for snow, Utah would get it every year.   High altitudes, arid conditions, and lake effect combine to create giant storms of light, fluffy, powder that’ll make you ski like a hero.    While the Cottonwood canyons are known for their deeps and steeps, the Park City side offers more varied terrain and a chance for even newbie skiers to experience the ‘white room.’    Best of all, you can end the perfect day by skiing right into Historic Park City for some world-class Après-ski.