I'm not sure if this is serious, but...
You probably don't need to get new skis if you're just going out to Utah for a week. The West as a whole really hasn't been doing too well this season. So my advice to you would be to not get skis simply for a trip--especially one this year to Utah. If you must, then at least get something you can use at home (i.e. Kung Fujas or similar mid-90s waisted ski).
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(on October 2-3, 2009): Schweitzer receives first snowfall of the 2009-10 season. Ken Barrett, lead guide at Selkirk Powder Company, kicks off season by skiing down the ramp outside SPC's private lodge. Think Snow.
if it dossent snow much when you are out here a mid 80's underfoot ski will work for all around and if it dumps yo ucan allways demo or rent some fat skis there is a shop at the bottom of BCC that rents fat skis.
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