Utah Ski Resorts | Skiing Near SLC and Park City |
Salt Lake City Resorts | Utah Summer Resorts
located about 25 miles southeast of Salt Lake City at the top of Little Cottonwood
Canyon. Alta is known for deep powder. Alta does not allow snowboarding.
Mountain: located 27 miles east of Logan, UT, in the Wasatch-Cache National
forest. "Utah's Best Kept Winter Secret."
Head: it's a four-hour drive from Salt Lake City and a three-hour drive from
Las Vegas. Brian Head resort promotes a safe, relaxed atmosphere with short lines
and free skiing and snowboarding for kids under 5.
Resort: located at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon, 35 minutes southeast
of downtown Salt Lake City. "Brighton is famous for its Ski and Snowboard
School." Brighton claims to have the most night skiing terrain in Utah, "with
22 runs on over 200 lighted acres."
Valley Resort: located near Park City, about 36 miles from Salt Lake City
International Airport. Deer Valley was rated the top North American ski resort
by readers of SKI magazine for the third time (2007-2008). No snowboards.
City Mountain Resort: located at Park City, 35 miles from Salt Lake City International
Airport. This ski resort offers a wide selection of terrain and was home to the
2002 Olympic Superpipe.
Ski Resort: located in Huntsville, a 40 minute drive north from Salt Lake
City. "2,959 vertical feet of ski trails, powder bowls and lush glades cover
over 2,800 acres and truly offer terrain to suit everyone's needs." Skiers
and boarders are welcome.
Ski and Summer Resort: located in Little Cottonwood Canyon, about 30 miles
from Salt Lake City International Airport. Snowbird is a full-service resort with
meeting and conference facilities, spa and fitness facilities, skiing and snowboarding.
Mountain Resort: located in Big Cottonwood Canyon, about 28 miles from Salt
Lake City International Airport. Solitude promotes 1200 acres of varied terrain.
"A complete lack of over-crowding assures nothing and no one will ever stand
between you and your Solitude."
in Provo Canyon, approximately a one-hour drive from Salt Lake City International
Airport. Sundance offers skiing, boarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and
other resort facilities for meetings, weddings and shopping.
Canyons: located in Park City, about 31 miles from Salt Lake City International
Airport. "Utah's largest ski and snowboard resort." The Canyons boasts
3700 acres of terrain.
Creek Resort: located in Eden, about 15 miles
northeast of Ogden. "One of the best learning
hills in the state of Utah."