Best Skiing in Utah

Skiing in the mountains

The skiing on offer in the state of Utah is some of best in the U.S.A. and it’s only natural that many amazing resorts have sprung up around the state to accommodate the locals and visitors alike who come from across the country to enjoy the fresh Utah powder. Some of the best areas, however, can be a bit remote so having a full-size Ford truck can really come in handy when you just have to hit the slopes.

Powder Mountain

Powder Mountain has made a name for itself through exclusivity. The resort only allows 1,500 ticket sales per day ensuring that there is never a crowd where you want to put down your tracks. Due to this exclusivity, Powder Mountain requires a bit of pre-planning. During that pre-planning you may want to consider packing an extra cooler in the truck bed as dining options in the immediate area are somewhat limited.

Park City

Park City is the largest ski resort in the country and gathers crowds to match. Skiing Park City is almost considered a rite of passage for Utah snow sport enthusiasts. Park City is well situated to benefit from all the lake-effect snow that makes Utah such a skier’s paradise. The Park City town at the base is itself a quaint attraction and worth some time to explore. Home to the world-famous Sundance film festival, this location has plenty to see and do but the town is large enough it could be worth driving from destination to destination in a Ford with heated seats when the temperatures get low.

Snow Basin

Snow Basin is a lesser-known spot that still has a lot to offer. With a number of amenities and food options built for the Olympics, there’s plenty to do on the mountain even between skiing the numerous slopes and terrain types. The only downside is that there is no slope-side accommodation, but with a Ford truck the short 10-minute drive over shouldn’t be much of an issue.

If you need a vehicle that can get you to the slopes, check out our lineup at Westland Ford.

Ford Reworks Repair Network

Ford Collision Center Repair Shop

With the recent changeover from the Ford National Body Shop Network to the Ford Certified Collision Network in the United States, several auto body shops and mechanics must reapply for certification in order to take advantage of the new program. Luckily, with several local, certified shops in the vicinity, drivers can get exactly what they need from quality, trusted Ford-certified mechanics.

For example: If your prized F-150 is involved in a\ fender bender on the interstate and you are in desperate need of an original equipment manufacturer, you can call your nearest Ford-certified expert and be on your way in no time with repairs you can trust.

According to the official press release, The Ford Certified Collision Network offers repair instructions, what you need to know about vehicle inspections, and certification. Other features include “performance metrics and proper repair verification.” Another exciting feature of the Ford Certified Collision Network is a collision repair hotline available to certified shops in the network. There are additional certification options for mechanics and auto pros who are looking for something more as you can choose to level up on advanced driver assistance systems and electric vehicles.

Ford Certified Collision Network shops and additional resources can be found at collision.ford.com. Ford is currently accepting applications for certification. Here at Westland Ford, we are ready to align our service department with these new guidelines to provide the best service to our customers.