UtahState.com
Review of Utah Ski Resorts
The 2017 & 2018 ski season.

Alta Ski Resort ....... a brief snapshot Proud of its superb snow conditions, long-held ski traditions and Alta's ski-anywhere policy,Alta is a friendly property is the locals best kept secret. It recently was voted by UtahState.com customers. Although snowboarding is not allowed, and slower lifts can lengthen holiday lift lines, locals prefer the resort for its high-altitude powder and pine-covered alpine terrain. Beginners praise Alta's high percentage of easy runs, while advanced skiers appreciate the unique triple black diamond ski runs found only at Alta Utah.

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Brighton Ski Resort .... a brief snapshot

Brighton Utah is located just 25 miles southeast of the city & is a favorite among Utah ski resorts.This Cottonwood Canyon resort bills itself as a family-friendly resort. Catering to young families and snowboarding enthusiasts, the property's high altitude and 500 inches-per-year Utah powder keeps the Brighton runs busy and skiers happy. Brighton ski resort has a half-pipe is available for UtahState.com customers night skiing is offered. Brighton has skiing lessons available for disabled skiers. Brighton ski resort is included in the ski pass options purchased as part of your UtahState.com ski package. It is ideal to include Brighton when skiing at Alta, Snowbird & Solitude ski resorts.

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The Canyons Ski Resort at Park City Utah .... a brief snapshot

The Canyons is located on the outskirts of Park City, this resort boasts 3,700 skiable acres, the highest number of any resort in Utah, and plans continued expansion. The Canyons is the second largest ski resort in America. With 125 runs, the property offers a wide range of terrain and snow conditions for any level of skier but is best known for its high percentage of advanced runs. A half-pipe, adapted ski lessons, childcare, and tubing are offered. You can count on over 500 inches of snow at the Canyons Ski Resort. It is best to include The Canyons with your UtahState.com ski trip that includes Park City Ski Resort & Deer Valley.

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Deer Valley Ski Resort ... a brief snapshot

With the highest lift rates in Utah and more than 500 acres of snowmaking capability, Deer Valley ski resort ranks among the finest ski areas in the United States. Guests arriving by car at Deer Valley ski resort are greeted by porters who tote skis to racks so that skiers can park and dress unencumbered. No snowboarding is allowed, but childcare and adapted ski lessons are available. Deer Valley is located just six miles from downtown Park City Utah. Famous long before the Olympics, Deer Valley has something for everyone. As part of your UtahState.com ski package, it is best to combine Deer Valley with Park City Ski Resort and The Canyons. All three of these premier Utah Ski resorts are located within 15 miles of one another and should be combined in your Utah ski trip plans. Ask your UtahState.com agent about the all area pass.

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Park City Mountain Resort ....... a brief snapshot

Park City Utah was originally a mining town. Skiing has taken over in Park City & skiing is king. There is a reason why Park City Ski Resort hosted the Olympics. This resort offers more than 3,300 skiable acres, a 3,300-foot total vertical drop, 475 acres of snowmaking capability and 100 varied runs. Lift tickets offer access to all of the resort's upgraded lifts including four new high-speed detachable six-packs. Ski-in/ski-out lodging is offered at the base of the mountain, and the Town Lift delivers Main Street lodgers directly to the slopes. No Utah Ski Vacation is complete without skiing a few days at Park City Mountain Resort. Ask your UtahState.com agent about night skiing at Park City. This feature is included with your UtahState.com ski Utah package.

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Snowbird Ski Resort ...... a brief snapshot

Snowbird Ski Resort is a favorite of skiing fanatics.The Snowbird lodge facilities are the most comprehensive in the Cottonwoods, with meeting rooms, a variety of shops and an extra-large dining patio featuring popular mid-day barbeques. The Wasatch Range's largest gondola totes guests up the mountain to 89 runs tha t encompass 1,800 skiable acres and span a 3,240-foot total vertical drop. Runs wind through impressive alpine terrain and drop over the backside of the mountain into Mineral Basin. This neighbor to Alta is a must do as part of your UtahState.com ski vacation package. Ski Snowbird once & you will be back for more.

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Solitude Ski Resort ...... a brief snapshot

Solitude has more than 60 runs, 1,200 acres of skiable terrain, night skiing, and 90 acres of snowmaking capability make this little resort popular with locals. Savvy tourists come to Solitude Ski Resort for the newly developed lodging designed after the ski hamlets of the European Alps. A few shops, a ski school, fine dining establishments are available activities. Consider this neighbor to Brighton during your Utah ski vacation. From beginners to expert, Solitude Ski Resort has something for every level of skier. Ski here during your Utah ski trip & we guarantee you will not be disappointed.

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Utah Winter Sports Park .... a brief snapshot

This hillside facility serves as the training grounds for some of the world's top winter sports athletes and will host three sporting events during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Here, athletes train year-round for Nordic jumping, Nordic combined, bobsled and luge events on Nordic jumping hills, freestyle jumps, a 1,300-meter track and training pools. A K-120 jump, a rebuilt K-90 jump, and a spectator stadium are under construction. The public is welcome to watch training sessions and competition. Meeting facilities, a gear shop and small deli are available.

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