Utah Ski Resorts is a guide to ski and snowboard areas in Utah.
Ski Areas in Utah
Beaver Mountain Ski Area is located in northern Utah, and has been family owned and operated since 1939.
If you have heard boasts about the best maintained slopes around, come and see for yourself. The northeast exposure is ideal for morning sun. With avalanche-free conditions and very little wind, Beaver Mountain is an all-around great place to ski.
Beginners will want to steer towards the Little Beaver and Gentle Ben runs. Intermediates will enjoy the usually machine-packed…
Park City Mountain Resort is situated in the heart of Utah's Wasatch Mountains, only 37 miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport.
The one word that best describes Park City Mountain Resort's terrain is variety. As Utah's largest ski area, both in terms of skiable acreage and lift capacity, Park City's 100 trails and 750 acres of open bowl skiing offer terrain to please every ability level and taste.
Experts seeking the steep and deep can immerse themselves in the deep…
Wolf Mountain (formerly Nordic Valley Ski Resort) is located 15 miles northeast of Ogden in Eden, Utah.
Wolf Creek Resort is now the owner of this great community resort - offering the least expensive skiing and riding in Utah.
Beginners and children can learn to ski on some of the best teaching terrain in the state . . . you won't want to miss the "Get On Board" Special or the Family Lodging and Learning Packages Wolf Mountain has available.
The mountain offers a spectacular view…
Deer Valley Resort is situated in Utah's Rocky Mountain Wasatch Range, just 37 miles from the Salt Lake International Airport, in the historic mining town of Park City.
Deer Valley prides itself on providing exceptional customer service, consistent quality and attention to every detail, thus making your ski vacation the best it can be.
Spread out over four mountains, Deer Valley offers excellent skiing for every level of skier, from beginners to experts. To accommodate this, Deer…
Many moons ago, Robert Redford purchased the land that has become Sundance.
From the beginning, he envisioned the careful growth of a community that would value the harmonious alliance of recreation, arts and a commitment to the environment.
A vacation to Sundance is a retreat to a special place and community.
Most of all, every part of the ski area affords skiers an overwhelming sense of the beautiful surroundings. Mount Timpanogos rises from the base of the ski trails to a…
Brian Head is located in spectacular southern Utah, near Utah's national parks and Las Vegas. With a base elevation of 9,600 feet it is the highest in the region, providing it with an annual average of snowfall of approximately 400 inches.
Honored as a "Top Family Getaway" by The Family Travel Forum, Brian Head is a full-service resort offering a ski/board school, children's programs, state-licensed day care, two ski/board rental shops, two retail shops, and a broad range of dining and…
Snowbasin is one of the oldest continuously operating ski areas in the nation.
Ever since the first hearty skier schussed down these slopes in 1939, people from all over the United States have come to enjoy our exhilarating powder snow and majestic mountain scenery.
With two new gondolas, four triple chairs and one double, Snowbasin is easily able to transport 15,550 skiers per hour onto 3,200 acres of packed trails, powder bowls and glades. This terrain make skiing at Snowbasin a…
Located on the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah is Brighton Ski Resort.
Brighton, a tradition since 1936, has recently made giant leaps forward with new night skiing terrain and a more gladed tree skiing
The Brighton Center houses expanded retail and rental space, along with lots of restrooms and lockers.
Brighton is also once again expanding its night skiing terrain, adding three more trails for a total of 22 lighted trails and 200 acres of night skiing…
Canyons Resort is one of three world class ski areas located by the historic town of Park City, Utah.
With 9 mountains, 4,000 acres of diverse terrain, 182 trails, 19 lifts, Canyons Resort is North America's 3rd largest single ski and snowboard resorts.
Canyons Resort is located just 32 freeway miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport and just minutes from historic downtown Park City.
The Resort Village is where you can find retail shops, restaurants and an outdoor…
Solitude Mountain Resort is nestled at 8,000 feet in spectacular Big Cottonwood Canyon.
A long time favorite of Utah skiers, Solitude's friendly, family-oriented atmosphere and uncrowded lifts are no longer a well-kept secret.
With an average snowfall of 500 inches of wonderful Utah powder, more than 1,200 acres and 66 named runs and bowls, Solitude is great for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities.
Solitude Mountain Resort's base area is a Pedestrian only European-style…
Alta is located in Little Cottonwood Canyon in the Wasatch Cache National Forest.
As one of the country's first ski areas (1938), Alta's philosophy has been to strive to offer a consistent quality ski experience for all levels of skiers.
Nestled in a naturally beautiful setting and graced with splendid light, dry powder, Alta is an experience set apart from the rest and is noted for some of the best snow conditions in the world.
Alta receives an average seasonal snowfall of 500…
Rated in the Top 2 for Snow and Top 3 for Value For Two Years Running by Ski Magazine
Powder Mountain is located in Eden, Utah 19 miles northeast of Ogden and 55 miles north of the Salt Lake International Airport.
Powder Mountain encompasses 5,500 acres of skiable terrain, one of the largest ski areas in North America. 113 runs over 3 mountains challenge all skill levels from beginner to expert. The resort receives 500 inches of the “greatest snow on earth” annually. Artificial…
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort is situated in the heart of the Wasatch National Forest in Little Cottonwood Canyon.
The resort is in an isolated mountain setting that is a cozy, pedestrian village within rugged surroundings.
Ski season runs from mid-November to mid-May with an average of 500 inches of dry, light Utah powder each year.
Snowbird has 3,240 feet of continuously skiable vertical and 2,500 acres of terrain for everyone -- from wide bowls to gladed tree runs, from steep…