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At Utah's on-slope Shabbat service, ski boots required

URIEL HEILMAN | JTA News & Features | Posted: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 1:16 pm

PARK CITY, Utah — It may be the most elevated Shabbat service in the country, and not just because of the spirited singing.

Held in a rustic cabin in the woods off a ski slope at Deer Valley resort, the service is situated at about 8,800 feet above sea level, and it’s the nation’s — and possibly the world’s — only ski-in/ski-out Kabbalat Shabbat minyan.

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