Lee Canyon hosts 2nd annual Pray for Snow party

Lee Canyon got record-setting levels of snow last ski season, and that translated to a lot of visitors. In fact, the resort reached capacity for the first time in five years and had to turn people away in January.

Hoping that the snow gods will once again bless the Spring Mountains with fresh powder this season, the resort co-hosted a Pray for Snow party with Skye Canyon. The event took place at Skye Center on November 4 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The all-ages, après ski-themed party was free and open to the public. Guests indulged in a gourmet chili station and hot chocolate bar, s'mores cookies by The Cookie Bar, and a beer station by Tenaya Creek Brewery. There was also live music, patio games, and Lee Canyon season passes available for purchase.

There was also a canned food drive benefitting Three Square. Those who donated were able to enter a raffle drawing to win Lee Canyon lift tickets, North Face jackets, and a Snow Cabana Day at Lee Canyon.

Season passes are still available online, and a job fair for those who want to work at the resort will take place mid-November. You can find more information about Lee Canyon jobs here.

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