The state of Utah is famous for its world-class resorts and for having The Greatest Snow on Earth®
Ski Utah and ski The Greatest Snow on Earth. Whether you’re looking for deep powder, or freshly groomed corduroy, you’ll find it in Utah. Each year, Mother Nature unleashes over 13meters of the lightest, driest snow imaginable on Utah’s 15 resorts. And with 10 resorts less than an hour’s drive from Salt Lake City International Airport, it’s easy to ski or ride a different resort each day of your holiday. Plan to ski Utah and have The Greatest Time on Earth
World class skiing and mountain town spirit.
Park City, Utah began as a silver mining town, nearly faded into history as a ghost town, and then re-invented itself as a ski town that has grown into a year-round destination hosting global events such as the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and the annual Sundance Film Festival. Located only 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, we are home to two world-class resorts; Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort. Park City offers days and nights filled with exceptional food, endless recreation and enduring impressions. Close your eyes, breathe in. Our town awaits you.
Park City Mountain
Located in the heart of Park City’s historic center, Park City Mountain is an easily accessible, world-class mountain destination. During Summer 2015, Park City undertook the largest resort improvement project in the history of American skiing, one that linked it with neighbour ‘Canyons Resort’ to create the United States’ largest ski area. Now part of Vail Resorts’ Epic Pass, Park City Mountain offers 3,000 hectares of skiable terrain and over 340 runs. When you combine our vast terrain with award-winning dining, family friendly activities, and one of the world’s most innovative and comprehensive ski and snowboard school programs, it’s easy to see why ‘There Is Only One. Park City’.
Deer Valley Resort
Deer Valley Resort in Park City, located just minutes away from Historic Main Street, revolutionized the ski industry over 38 years ago by being the first North American resort to provide the first-class service one would receive at a five-star hotel. Our ski only resort features luxurious amenities such as uniformed ski valets, complimentary Mountain Host tours and overnight ski storage, parking lot shuttles, groomed-to-perfection slopes and limited lift ticket sales along with gourmet dining in three elegant day lodges. With 21 lifts, 103 ski runs, six bowls, gladded tree skiing spread over 820 hectares and an annual average of 762 centimetres of The Greatest Snow on Earth®, Deer Valley offers something for everyone.
Park City Mountain is the largest single ski and snowboard resort in the United States so has some wonderful on-mountain accommodations with everything from luxurious hotels and residences to fully-equipped apartments. Deer Valley Resort is home to a number of high-end and award winning luxury hotels including Stein Erikson Lodge and Montage Deer Valley. There are also a number of cosy lodges offering more modest accommodations and fully-equipped condos.
A Different Adventure Every Day
No other ski destination gives you more. With 4 world-class resorts and a seemingly endless number of bars, brewpubs, sporting events, museums, restaurants, food trucks, and concerts, you’ll find just the adventure you’re looking for. This is Salt Lake. This is Ski City.
Open since 1938, Alta is one of the oldest ski areas in the country, attracting skiers of all abilities and to experience its incredible snow – which averages almost 14 meters per season. Devoted skiers return year after year, generation upon generation. While known for its steep and challenging terrain, one of the area’s best kept secret is the easily accessible beginner area in the Albion Basin. And there are wide-open bowls created by glacier activity that are perfect for intermediate skiers. One of only three ski areas in the country that don’t allow snowboarding, Alta is a skier’s only mountain. As they say at Alta, “Come for the skiing. Stay for the skiing”
Brighton is arguably Salt Lake’s most laid-back resort. Unpretentious and friendly, its sprawling runs attract a young crowd, many of which are snowboarders. Brighton has a well-deserved distinction of being the resort where more Salt Lakers learn to ski and ride. Why? A combination of lower ticket-prices, free skiing for kids age 10 and under, an appealing mix of beginner and expert terrain, wide, forgiving runs, and a mellow attitude. Mom, Dad, and the big kids can tackle expert terrain off Clayton Peak while the little ones hone their skills on the greens and blues below Majestic and Crest Express lifts. It’s also home to Ski City’s only night skiing with more than 200 acres of lighted runs to extend your day on the mountain.
At the junction of adventure, architecture, and après, you’ll find Snowbird. A sprawling resort served by an impressive array of high-speed chairs and Utah’s only aerial tram, Snowbird is a playground for those who like it fast, steep, and deep. Skiing at Snowbird is thrilling. Stepping into your first tram is a legendary moment. The 125-capacity tram drops you off atop Hidden Peak at 3,300 meters above sea level, and below you is a jaw-dropping panorama of high alpine wonder.
Located in once of the snowiest canyons in North America and about 30 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City, Solitude Mountain Resort features pure, authentic, untarnished Utah snow. With over 1,200 acres, Solitude offers smooth groomers, deep powder glades, and steep lones. The blend of green, blue, and black trails is tantalizing to both beginners and experts alike. Loose and less crowded than other resorts, guests can recharge at charming lodge and refuel with delectable dining – all supported by helpful, unhurried staff. Align your inner peace with your outer grin, find serenity at Solitude.
As a buzzing cosmopolitan city, Salt Lake City offers a wide range of hotels, motels and accommodations to suit any budget. Staying in Salt Lake provides a great base to ski and snowboard the resorts of Snowbird, Alta, Solitude, Brighton. There are also well-appointed lodgings, chalets and inns located on the mountains, some of which are ski-in, ski-out.
Our packages and prices have been developed to provide a guide as to what will be available for the 21/22 ski season and are based closely on what was on offer for the 20/21 season. Confirmed details and travel dates for 21/22 will be revealed soon but please contact us to start planning and for further details.
Couples Deal Grand Summit, a RockResort – Stay 7 Save 30%
from $4419 pp
Family Deal Sundial Lodge – Stay 7 Save 25%
Couples Deal Lift Lodge – Value Rates
from $2149 pp
Couples Deal Snow Flower Condominiums – Value Rates
from $2659 pp
Family Deal Resort Plaza – Value Deal
Couples Deal The Chateaux at Deer Valley – Stay 7 Pay 5
from $2999 pp
Couples Deal Stein Eriksen Lodge – Stay 7 Pay 5
from $4799 pp
Family Deal Montage – Stay 6 Pay 5
Family Deal Black Bear Lodge – Value Deal
Couples Deal The Inn – Stay 6 Pay 5
from $1969 pp
Couples Deal Alta Peruvian Lodge – Stay 7 Pay 6
from $3299 pp