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Your family can visit a different resort each day with an easily accessible international airport and many ski resorts just outside Salt Lake City.

What Makes Utah Unique

Utah has 13 of the most famous and fun ski resorts imaginable. Resorts at AltaBrian HeadBrightonThe CanyonsDeer ValleyPark CityPowder MountainSnowbasinSolitude, and all the Salt Lake City area ski resorts offer entirely different atmospheres and excellent snow and winter activities. World-class ski and snowboarding facilities are yours to enjoy in Utah.

Major Ski Resorts

You’ll find mountains like Alta, where skiing is taken seriously, with no terrain park for snowboarding. Snowbird offers an elegant resort atmosphere. These two resorts even share lift tickets so that you can experience both alternatives for one price. Alta and Snowbird are top ski destinations for adults. Brian Head resort offers more for families, like ice skating, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, and a snow tubing park. Beginner’s and children’s runs make this a great family resort. Nearby Cedar City offers even more family ski and riding runs.

Brighton offers action just half an hour from Salt Lake City, with over 200 skiable acres and night skiing. Solitude is only another 10 minutes away with over 1,200 acres, bowls, and a terrain park. Park City, Deer Valley, and The Canyons get about 355 inches of snow per year. The cluster of resorts offers up skiing for beginners and experts, and top-rated terrain parks, chutes, bowls, and half pipes. Snowbasin and Powder Mountain are also among Salt Lake area resorts, with Snowbasin hosting events during the 2002 Olympics.

Stay in ski chalets, cottages, condominiums, resorts, and vacation rental homes. The ski resort areas have many options, including slopeside and on-mountain lodging for people who love skiing and snowboarding. From hitting that half pipe to mastering the chutes and bowls or heading out in a snowcat for a backcountry ski adventure, there’s no reason everyone can’t find the perfect ski resort and snow experience in Utah.

Vacation Coupons — What We Do!

Discounts include ski vacation packages, discount lift tickets, lodging and hotel deals. Enjoy restaurant coupons, wintertime family fun activities, and travel deals, too. Make your next Utah ski vacation both affordable and memorable!

Your family can visit a different resort each day with an easily accessible international airport and many ski resorts just outside Salt Lake City.

What Makes Utah Unique

Utah has 13 of the most famous and fun ski resorts imaginable. Resorts at AltaBrian HeadBrightonThe CanyonsDeer ValleyPark CityPowder MountainSnowbasinSolitude, and all the Salt Lake City area ski resorts offer entirely different atmospheres and excellent snow and winter activities. World-class ski and snowboarding facilities are yours to enjoy in Utah.

Major Ski Resorts

You’ll find mountains like Alta, where skiing is taken seriously, with no terrain park for snowboarding. Snowbird offers an elegant resort atmosphere. These two resorts even share lift tickets so that you can experience both alternatives for one price. Alta and Snowbird are top ski destinations for adults. Brian Head resort offers more for families, like ice skating, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, and a snow tubing park. Beginner’s and children’s runs make this a great family resort. Nearby Cedar City offers even more family ski and riding runs.

Brighton offers action just half an hour from Salt Lake City, with over 200 skiable acres and night skiing. Solitude is only another 10 minutes away with over 1,200 acres, bowls, and a terrain park. Park City, Deer Valley, and The Canyons get about 355 inches of snow per year. The cluster of resorts offers up skiing for beginners and experts, and top-rated terrain parks, chutes, bowls, and half pipes. Snowbasin and Powder Mountain are also among Salt Lake area resorts, with Snowbasin hosting events during the 2002 Olympics.

Stay in ski chalets, cottages, condominiums, resorts, and vacation rental homes. The ski resort areas have many options, including slopeside and on-mountain lodging for people who love skiing and snowboarding. From hitting that half pipe to mastering the chutes and bowls or heading out in a snowcat for a backcountry ski adventure, there’s no reason everyone can’t find the perfect ski resort and snow experience in Utah.

Vacation Coupons — What We Do!

Discounts include ski vacation packages, discount lift tickets, lodging and hotel deals. Enjoy restaurant coupons, wintertime family fun activities, and travel deals, too. Make your next Utah ski vacation both affordable and memorable!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Woodward Park City is only 28 miles from Salt Lake City. Snowbird is 32 miles, Solitude and Alta, 34 miles, Brighton, 36 miles and Park City, 37 miles. Deer Valley Resort and Snowbasin are both 45 miles from the city.

The Salt Lake City International Airport is less than an hours’ drive from 10 Utah ski resorts.

Park City, Deer Mountain, Snowbird and Snowbasin are known for their extensive family-friendly features like gentle beginners’ slopes, quality ski school instruction, vast amenities and accessible slopeside child care.

Alta, Brighton, Park City and Snowbird are heralded for their affordable lodging for ski vacations in Utah.

The Stein Eriksen Lodge in a high-end luxury ski resort in Park City only 4 miles from the slopes. The Waldorf Astoria and Grand Summit Hotel in Park City are both popular choices for discerning vacationers. In Deer Valley, the St. Regis hotel provides ski-in/ski-out luxury accommodations, fine dining and a full-service spa.

Park City and Alta ski resorts offer the best ski-in, ski-out lodging in Utah.

Staying at a hotel offers guests more amenities and services. Condos provide travelers with more space and a full-service kitchen for ski lodging in Utah.

Ski resorts at Alta, Brighton,and Snowbasin consistently offer the best last-minute deals for skiing in Utah.

Last minute deals on Utah skiing including lift tickets, lodging and ski rentals can save you 25% to 60% off retail prices.

Search for last-minute deals by visiting the Last Minute Deals page at SkierDeals.com.

Access to Park City is included in the Epic Pass. Epic Pass holders also receive 7 days of skiing at Snowbasin. Lift tickets at Snowbasin are 50% off once all 7 days are used. The Park City 4-Pack option through Epic offers four days at Park City with limited holiday restrictions.

Ikon Pass holders get 7 days at Alta/Snowbird, Brighton and Deer Valley, and have unlimited access at Solitude Mountain Resort.

Alta and Snowbird offer Mountain Collective Pass access for skiing and snowboarding.

The best Ski Deals for Utah lift tickets can be found at SkierDeals.com.

Most ski rental shops in Utah have ski gear available for beginner skiers and snowboarders. Check SkierDeals.com for several offers.

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