Ski Utah: Mountain Resorts in Salt Lake City, Park City & Snowbird Offer World-Class Winter Sports
The ski resorts of Utah's stunning mountain terrain provide a snow-covered playground that draws winter sports enthusiasts from around the world to enjoy award-winning slopes and recreation. Several distinct resorts are located within an hour's drive of one another, so skiers, snowboarders, and other snow sports athletes can pick and choose which slopes to hit. So whether you're seeking a quick weekend retreat to a cozy mountain lodge or a full-fledged skiing adventures, Utah offers plenty of options in a central U.S. location! For more information, read on or contact Vacations Made Easy at 1-800-987-9852:
Park City is home to award-winning ski resorts, which is why it was chosen to host the inter Olympic Games! You'll discover plenty of options for rustic mountain lodging, including cabins, chalets, lodges, and more, so be sure to plan time away from the slopes for lounging in the hot tub or warming up by a crackling fire. When it's time to hit the slopes, you'll have your lift tickets for these great ski resorts. Can't decide on just one? Check out our Park City Vacation Packages for more great options!
- The Canyons
The great runs and perfects snows of The Canyons made it the choice of the Winter Games, and for good reason. The Canyons average annual snowfall tops 355 inches, and the resort offers 3,500 acres of skiable terrain over more than 140 runs. The resort offers 16 lifts, including a gondola, nine quad lifts, and many others.
- Deer Valley
Explore the 1,750 skiable acres of Deer Valley Resort, a ski area which is known for its quality service, with lift tickets to the 21 lifts featured at the resort. More than 90 runs offer skiers from all skill levels plenty of great snow to shred.
- Park City Mountain Resort
No matter the season, there's always plenty going on at Park City Mountain Resort. In the winter and spring, it's the 3,300 skiable acres of dry snow that attracts visitors - and it's more than 100 runs that range from beginner to advanced that keep them here!
As the major urban area in the area, Salt Lake City offers guests who would rather be near a major airport, cultural attractions, and the sights and sounds of the city a great place to stay and ski. In fact, skiers and snowboarders who can't decide on just one resort often begin their journey in Salt Lake City. Explore Salt Lake City Vacation Packages, and be sure to check out the fantastic combo lift ticket offers below:
- Ski Salt Lake Super Pass - Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, & Solitude
Then again, why limit yourself to just two resorts? Make the rounds with the Ski Salt Lake Super Pass as you to experience four world-class ski resorts in the Salt Lake City area. The Super Pass includes lift tickets to Alta, Brighton, Snowbird & Solitude resorts!
Home to one of the top-rated resorts in the country, Snowbird boasts high average snowfall amounts and top snow condition. Plus, easy access to Salt Lake City makes getting to the area a breeze. Check out these Snowbird Ski Packages, or get more information on ski lift tickets at the following resorts:
- Snowbird Mountain Resort
Rated among the top ski resorts on the continent, Snowbird Mountain Resort offers visitors some of the best snows and slopes in the country. In fact, Snowbird's average annual snowfall is around 500 inches. The resort features four lodges, 10 restaurants, and almost endless opportunities for mountain recreation. Treat yourself to the best of the best at Snowbird Mountain Resort.
- Alta - Snowbird Combined Lift Tickets
Don't commit yourself to just one resort when you can enjoy two for one great price! Your Alta & Snowbird Combined Lift Tickets will grant you access the distinct atmospheres of both resorts. At Snowbird, you'll learn why Skiing Magazine frequently names this among the top ski resorts on the continent - in fact, recent awards by the magazine include Top Resort in the U.S. and Second in North America! At Alta, skiers will enjoy an old-fashioned, classic ski atmosphere with the 'greatest snow on earth.'