Snowbird will open its upper slopes to skiing this weekend, and then the Utah ski season will officially end.

After viewing upper mountain conditions, the resort announced it will open for one more weekend for skiing on today, Saturday and Sunday — and then close.

The three days will bring the total number of ski days at the resort to 183, running from November through June.

Open terrain is designated advanced and expert skiing only.

Operating will be the Tram and Little Cloud and Mineral Basin Express lifts. Hours will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the cost of a lift ticket will be $59.

The resort has also opened its summer activities, including a new four-station climbing wall, the ZipRider, bungy trampoline and kid's inflatables, which are open daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Additional activities including the Peruvian chairlift and tunnel, Alpine Slide, mechanical bull, horseback rides, ATV tours, biking and hiking will begin when conditions permit.