To celebrate our linkup with Visit Salt Lake (who will be syndicating various GSLC content time to time) Ski Salt Lake have kindly donated us a great prize for our latest giveaway: two Ski Salt Lake one day super passes, a $150 value in total. The passes give full access to the slopes of Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude. The passes have no blackouts and are valid any day of the 2012-2013 season.
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Ok, what does this have to do with food? Well, not very much actually, hence the competition question. All you have to do to enter this giveaway is leave a comment on this post. Just let us know your favorite restaurant after a day of hitting the slopes of Alta, Brighton, Snowbird or Solitude.
We will pick a winner randomly in two weeks time, Saturday 23rd February. Good luck.
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20 thoughts on “$150 Ski Salt Lake Super Pass Giveaway”
I’m a sucker for Bohemian Brewery. It’s convienently located, I love the food (Roast Pork for the win), and I love the beer. I always end up taking a case back to the hotel room for decompressing after a few days of skiing the beautiful Utah snow.
Stone Haus pizza at Solitude,
I second the Bohemian Brewery. Hopper’s isn’t too bad either
Porcupine after a day of skiing keeps me smiling!
Bohemian Brewery for sure. Blackberry Chicken is delicious.
Lots of (worthy) votes for the Porcupine, so I’ll suggest Franck’s for either the meatloaf or grilled chicken (has replaced the fried chicken on the menu). Nothing better food-wise after skiing than comfort food. Now beer, that’s a whole ‘nuther matter.
It’s hard to beat a huge carne asada from Lonestar after a long day of skiing, topped with their spicy Pico.
I would choose High West! Love their comfort food!
Bohemian Brewery is a definite must stop after a day of skiing
Market Street Cottonwood is a great place to spend a little time after wards.
Lone Star Taqueria!
Lone Star for sure! Can’t pass by without having a fish taco!
Burritos at Lone Star.
Thanks for all the entries. We just chose a winner randomly and they have now been contacted.
Honestly I am flying in flying from Europe. I will like anything without wurst and Brot! I just want to ski!!!
Cafe Rio by far the best after a day at the slopes!!!