Ski Salt Lake Super Pass
Ages 7-12: $40.00 - $340.00
This easy-to-use Ski Salt Lake Super Pass will help you make your skiing vacation easier and an amazing price, as this pass allows access to four world-class ski resorts in the Salt Lake City area, including Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, and Solitude, for one great price!
This comprehensive pass includes lift tickets to these popular ski destinations, discounts on equipment rentals, and round-trip transportation. The 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, and 6-day passes can be used within 7 days of the first use, and the 7-, 8-, 9-, and 10-day passes can be used within 14 days of its first use. All of these passes can be used at one resort per day.
With this easy and inexpensive way to experience each of the resorts through a single lift pass, guests will find that the more days they ski, the more money per day they save! During the vacation, the Ski Salt Lake Super Pass can be used for multiple days, and the multiple options on the number of days make this pass easy to fit even the busiest of vacation schedules!
Making this pass even better, a round-trip travel on UTA ski buses, city buses, and TRAX light rail is included in the price. To gain access to the UTA ski buses and TRAX light rail, simply tap your Super Pass Card on the electronic reader located at any door of a ski bus or on a TRAX platform, and make sure to tap off your card on any reader as you exit the bus or train platform to validate your fare. Free transportation is valid with your Super Pass Card for the amount of skiing days you have purchased.
Also enjoy equipment rental discounts starting at 20% off at participating resort rental locations, including:
- Alta Ski Shop
- Brighton Rental Shop
- Creekside Sports Rentals at Snowbird
- Moonbeam Rentals at Solitude
- Powderhorn Rentals at Solitude
Alta Ski Area
Join Alta for a day of pure, unspoiled skiing ranging from challenging terrain to great beginner and intermediate skiing! Respected for its classic powder skiing and spectacular views, Alta provides a unique setting for unforgettable experiences, and the resort’s focus on skiing has earned the resort accolades as a “purist’s mountain.” It is one of only three remaining areas in the United States to be a skiers-only mountain, and it celebrates over 70 years of skiing! Since officially opening in January 1939, Alta has offered a quality skiing experience for a fair price.
Just 25 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, Alta boasts 2,200 skiable acres with more than 116 runs. It is especially friendly to beginners and intermediate-level skiers, but there’s no shortage of excitement for more advanced skiers either. Alta’s ski areas are 25% beginner level, 40% intermediate, and 35% advanced. There are also five kilometers of groomed track for cross country and Nordic skiing. The natural terrain of the Wasatch Mountains provides plenty of great opportunities for boarders to play!
For more than 70 years, Brighton has provided a quality mountain experience at a great value. With the recent addition of the Milly Express Lift, 100% of Brighton’s 1,050 skiable acres of terrain is now accessible by high-speed lift. Fantastic conditions, huge powder, three terrain parks (with obstacles to suit beginners or expert riders), an outstanding ski school, and superb grooming add up to maximum ski and snowboard fun at Brighton, giving visitors a fantastically diverse collection of options for skiers and snowboarders of every type and ability. Located 30 miles from downtown Salt Lake City in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Brighton is great for children and families, with skiing, snowboarding, and even night skiing on more than 66 runs, as well as several cafeterias and day lodges to warm up and take a break.
Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort
With unmatched accessibility, deep powder, exciting terrain, a pedestrian slope-side village, and first-class service, Snowbird is an unparalleled destination! Snowbird receives an average of 500 inches of Utah’s famous light, dry powder a year – enough to make the average ski season last from mid-November to Memorial Day. Nestled in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Snowbird offers some of the best skiing in the Rockies with a top elevation of 11,000 feet on Hidden Peak, 2,500 skiable acres, and a 3,240-foot vertical drop. A variety of lift options provide access to 85 runs with 27% beginner level, 38% intermediate level, and 35% advanced level. Also, enjoy a terrain park with obstacles to suit boarders of any skill level.
Located only 30 miles from downtown Salt Lake City, Snowbird has been named America’s number one ski resort by Outside Magazine. Featuring the first ski area tunnel in North America, Snowbird is also known for its 125-passenger Aerial Tram and long, continuous vertical runs. The resort’s rooftop Cliff Spa rejuvenates with therapeutic and relaxing massages, endless activities delight kids of all ages, and Snowbird’s 15 eateries keep everyone in the family smiling!
Solitude Mountain Resort
What used to be a local’s day area is now a prominent Utah skiing destination resort featuring cozy village accommodations and an abundance of activities. Just 40 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, Solitude is the epitome of an easy access mountain retreat. Find more than 1,200 acres of world-class terrain, meticulously groomed runs, and three bowls, including pristine Honeycomb Canyon. Backcountry enthusiasts can get a taste of the wilderness in the secluded canyon area, and all types of skiers will find something to love at this resort!
Solitude boasts 1,200 acres of terrain with 65 named trails with 20% beginner level, 50% intermediate level, and 30% advanced level. There are also 20 kilometers of trails for Nordic and cross country skiing at the Nordic Center, plus 10 kilometers of trails dedicated to snowshoeing. Snowboarders will love Solitude’s three open bowls and the family-friendly terrain park. Each of Solitude’s two base areas features a high-speed quad, and you can enjoy direct access to beginner and intermediate terrain, easier loading and unloading, and a quicker, smoother ride. When it’s time to take a break from the slopes, explore the resort’s pedestrian village, filled with shops and restaurants.