Briella Brice
Briella is from Hawley, Pennsylvania and has been skiing since she was two years old. Her favorite things about Solitude are the views when riding up Summit Express and shredding up Honeycomb Canyon on a powder day.

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WHAT SONG IS IN YOUR EARBUDS ON A POW DAY?
"Bright Blue Day Haze" by Mystic Braves.

WHAT’S THE BEST WAY TO START THE DAY?
Waking up to lots of new snow outside!

WHAT WOULD YOU RATE 10/10?
French fries.
Jordan Chamberlain
Jordan grew up in Los Angeles and Agoura Hills, California. She moved to Park City, Utah in 2006. Her favorite thing about Solitude is the endless pow laps, even on the weekends. She is happiest in the mountains doing a variety of activities such as snowboarding, a little ice climbing, mountain biking, rock climbing, surfing, skateboarding, trail running, hiking, yoga, and of course taking rest days to recharge!

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What did you think you would grow out of but haven’t?
Calling my parents when I have car problems.

What makes you unique?
Well, I got a master's in applied behavior analysis and work with kids with autism as a behavior analyst. When I’m not in the mountains, I’m often focusing on work. I love my job and want to spread awareness of autism and accepting people for their differences.

What’s something you like to do the old-fashioned way?
I like to pop popcorn on the stove and add in some coconut oil and my own spices.
Kylie Crane
I am a five-year-old little ripper. I love skiing and snowboarding (but, much to my dad's chagrin, I like skiing more)! I have lived and skied in Utah my whole life, and I love spending time with my mom, dad, and little brother Xander at Solitude!

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What movie title best describes your life?
Paw Patrol

What’s the best way to start the day?
"Um, just start it. And then have hot chocolate."

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with no preparation?
The skate park and skiing.
Howard Eyre
Howie is Salt lake City native with a passion for snowboarding bred from a family of winter outdoor enthusiasts. A recent graduate of the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Science, Howie likes to work — but not quite as much as he enjoys his time in the mountains. His favorite thing about Solitude is the unique mix of long-time locals, new Utah residents, and travelers from all over the globe.

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Words to live by?
When the door of success is locked, try the window.

What’s the dumbest thing you’ve done that actually turned out pretty well?
Bought a motorcycle was the dumb thing, but I traded it for a van, so it worked out really well.

What amazing thing did you do that no one was around to see?
Pick up dat trash!!
Chelsea Gallant
In 2015, Chelsea moved to Park City in order to pursue her love for the outdoors. She can comfortably say after visiting all five Utah national parks, riding at almost every ski resort here, and hiking countless peaks, she won’t be moving back east any time soon. She loves Solitude for the epic powder, Honeycomb Canyon laps, and post-ride beers at the Thirsty Squirrel.

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What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with no preparation?
Why dogs are better than cats.

What did you think you would grow out of but haven’t?
My family’s cell phone plan.

What’s something you like to do the old-fashioned way?
Read. I have never (and will hopefully never) used an electronic device to read a good book.
Davis Lentz
Davis hails from Barrington, Rhode Island and spent his winters skiing Sugarbush, Vermont before moving west to attend Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah. He loves to ski pow, jump off things, and get outside whenever possible!

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What fictional place would you most like to go?
Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory.

What song is in your earbuds on a pow day?
“This Must be the Place” by the Talking Heads.

What’s the dumbest thing you’ve done that actually turned out pretty well?
Jumped a 12-stair set on a Lime scooter (video on Instagram).
Ashley Lodmell
Originally from Vancouver, Washington, Ashley grew up ski racing in Oregon and raced in North American Cup races and U.S. Nationals. She is now a junior at the University of Utah studying operations and supply chain with a minor in environmental and sustainability studies.

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What fictional place would you most like to go?
Hogwarts.

What would you rate 10/10?
A good powder day followed by tacos or a burrito.

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with no preparation?
The importance of sports, the outdoors — especially skiing for young athletes due to the valuable life lessons it teaches.
Justin Morgan
Justin Morgan grew up in the suburbs of Boston and fell in love with snowboarding at the age of 8 when his parents bought him a season pass at the local ski hill. Since he moved to Utah, you'll find him chasing powder on his splitboard before work and first in line at Solitude on his days off! His favorite thing about Solitude is the epic terrain — and of course the Thirsty Squirrel.

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What makes you unique?
I like to hum "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins on steep lines.

What TV channel doesn’t exist but really should?
A channel that plays The Office all day every day.

If you could turn any non-snow activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance at winning?
Throwing and catching food in my mouth.
Hannah Peterson
A Utah native, Hannah is a newly graduated nurse who enjoys chasing her passion for adventure. She is a big mountain skier who grew up competing on the Solitude Development Team. She fell in love with skiing at a young age, and it's all been "downhill" from there!

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What song is in your earbuds on a pow day?
“Don’t get sendy." — My mom

What did you think you would grow out of but haven’t?
My addiction to skiing.

What fictional place would you most like to go?
Neverland — because I never want to grow up.
Jen Santoro
A former pro cyclist from Lakewood, Oh (Cleveland) — Jen learned to Alpine ski at 12 on a tiny hill. When she quit racing bikes, she was lost without an aerobic outlet, and she discovered Nordic skiing when she moved to Utah in 2009. She loves whipping through the wooded trails at Solitude Nordic Center! She first skied at Solitude way back in the '90s, and to this day her favorite Alpine trail is the bottom of Honeycomb, which really just reminds her of a Nordic trail.

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Words to live by?
A bad day on skis is better than a good day doing anything else.

What would you rate 10/10?
Utah’s weather for about 350 days a year.

What’s the dumbest thing you’ve done that actually turned out pretty well?
I would say that my husband and I selling our house near Baltimore and quitting our good jobs at almost 30 to move to Utah with no jobs or prospects was the best dumb thing we ever did. To quote Warren Miller regarding moving to a ski town, “If you don’t do it this year, you’ll be one year older when you do.” We haven’t looked back once. Oh, and we have jobs.
Wesley Seybold
Wesley considers himself just another East Coast transplant who came to Utah from Long Beach Island, New Jersey "for one season." Whether it's making snow on the midnight shift or camping and touring in the backcountry, he loves everything about winter sports and the challenging terrain at Solitude.

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What makes you unique?
An endearing combination of stubbornness and relentless enthusiasm mixed with terrible vision and a passion for boardsports.

What’s the dumbest thing you’ve done that actually turned out pretty well?
Moving to Utah in 2005 with no job or plan!

What’s the best way to start the day?
Bacon.