Ski Salt Lake Super Pass
The Ski Salt Lake Super Pass offers guests the opportunity to experience four world-class ski resorts in the Salt Lake City area including Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, and Solitude with no blackout dates.
Perhaps the biggest advantage of the Ski Salt Lake Super Pass is it can be used for multiple days during your trip. Purchasers have the option of choosing a 1, 2, 3, 5, or 7 day pass, so it can fit even the busiest of vacation schedules. The Ski Salt Lake Super Pass can be used at one aforementioned ski resort per day. You can also choose which resort to redeem the pass at each day, so every day can be spent at your favorite ski resort to get the most fun out of the Salt Lake Super Pass.
Included with the Ski Salt Lake Super Pass is round-trip travel on UTA ski buses, city buses, and TRAX light rail. Possessors of the pass will also receive a discount on ski and snowboard equipment rental at participating shops including:
- Alta Ski Shop
- Brighton Rental Shop
- Creekside Sports Rentals (Snowbird)
- Snowbird Sports Demo
- Moonbeam Rentals (Solitude)
- Powderhorn Rentals (Solitude)
Alta Ski Resort
Alta offers plenty of options for every skill level. Just 25 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, Alta boasts 2,200 skiable acres with more than 116 runs. Alta 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 5km of groomed track for cross country/Nordic skiing. There is no terrain park at Alta, but the natural terrain of the Wasatch Mountains provides plenty of great opportunities for boarders to play.
Brighton offers a fantastically diverse collection of options for skiers and snowboarders of every type and ability. 100 percent of Brighton's 1,050 skiable acres is accessible by high-speed quad lifts. 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. The Brighton ski area is also home to several terrain parks, with obstacles to suit beginners or expert riders, as well as a meticulously groomed half pipe. Brighton is located 30 miles from downtown Salt Lake City, in Big Cottonwood Canyon.
Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort Snowbird
Snowbird has been named America's number one ski resort by Outside Magazine. Nestled in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Snowbird offers some of the best skiing in the Rockies with a top elevation of 11,000 ft on Hidden Peak, 2,500 skiable acres, and a 3,240 ft vertical drop. A variety of lift options provide access to 85 runs: 27% beginner, 38% intermediate, and 35% advanced. There's also a terrain park with obstacles to suit boarders of any skill level. Snowbird is only 30 miles from downtown Salt Lake City.
Solitude Mountain Resort
All types of skiers will find something to love at Solitude Mountain Resort, 30 miles from Salt Lake City. Solitude boasts 1,200 acres of terrain with 65 named trails: 20% beginner, 50% intermediate, and 30% advanced. Backcountry enthusiasts can get a taste of the wilderness in the secluded honeycomb Canyon area. There are also 20km of trails for Nordic and cross country skiing at the Nordic Center, plus 10 km of trails dedicated to snowshoeing. Snowboarders will love Solitude's three open bowls and the family-friendly terrain park. When it's time to take a break from the slopes, explore the resort's pedestrian village filled with shops and restaurants.