Deer Valley Resort, Utah

Excellent Skiing for All Abilities

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 six mountains, Deer Valley offers excellent skiing for every level of skier, from beginners to experts. To accommodate this, Deer Valley boasts one of the finest grooming fleets in the ski industry.

Great Beginner and Intermediate Terrain

At an elevation of 8,400 feet, Bald Eagle Mountain offers ideal terrain for all abilities, and first-time skiers will appreciate the separate beginner area known as Wide West, accessed by two chairlifts and three conveyor lifts. Numerous intermediate runs allow skiers to slowly advance from the gentler Last Chance to the steeper Solid Muldoon and Big Stick.

Little Baldy Park, at an elevation of 7,950 feet, is serviced by the Mountaineer Express chairlift and Jordanelle Gondola. Little Baldy Peak offers nine trails ranging from beginner to expert.

Bald Mountain, at an elevation of 9,400 feet, is visible from almost anywhere in Park City. The iconic profile of Bald Mountain features mostly intermediate and advanced skiing accessed via four chairlifts. Strong skiers in search of steeper, ungroomed trails and Utah's famous light powder will be rewarded on numerous north-facing slopes in the Sultan and Mayflower areas.

The 9,100-foot Flagstaff Mountain is considered by many to be the perfect mountain for family skiing. Serviced by four high-speed quad and one triple chairlift, Flagstaff Mountain offers a full range of skiing for all abilities, including extensive gladed areas for advanced skiers and some of Deer Valley's most popular intermediate runs.

At an elevation of 9,000 feet, Lady Morgan features mostly advanced and expert skiing and has one easier ski run and one intermediate run, which offer quick access back to Empire Canyon Lodge. The Lady Morgan Express chairlift is easily accessed from Empire Canyon Lodge on Weber ski run or via Woodside or Custer ski runs off Flagstaff Mountain. The Centennial area to the north of the top terminal offers 65 acres of expert gladed terrain for skiers in search if Utah's famous powder.

Empire Canyon, at 9,570 feet, is the highest and westernmost summit in the resort, offering some of the most advanced, expert terrain at Deer Valley as well as an intermediate run off this peak. The Daly Bowl and Chutes will challenge even the most experienced skiers.

Ideal for families, Deer Valley not only offers varying terrain, but its ski school has many programs for all ages: children, teenagers and adults alike. The ski school also operates a state-licensed childcare facility for non-skiing children ages 2 months to 12 years old.

Other Amenities

Deer Valley Resort is consistently rated #1 in guest service, on-mountain dining, mountain grooming, access, lodging and dining among ski resorts in North America, by the readers of SKI Magazine.

Deer Valley Resort delivers exceptional customer service, consistent quality and attention to detail, which are all part of the Deer Valley experience. Deer Valley offers onsite childcare, ski rentals, limited lift tickets sales, an award-winning ski school, groomed-to-perfection slopes along with gourmet dining in three elegant day lodges.

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Mountain Statistics for Deer Valley Resort
Base Elevation: 6,570 ft (2,003 meters)
Summit Elevation: 9,570 ft (2,917 m)
Vertical Drop: 3,000 ft (914 m)
Skiable Area: 2,026 acres (820 hectares)
Annual Snowfall: 300 in (762 cm)
Longest Run: 10,560 ft (3,219 m)
Snowmaking: 33 %
Number of Lifts: 21
Uphill Lift Capacity: 50,470 per hour
Types of Lifts: 2 Double Chairs
5 Triple Chairs
1 Quad Chairs
12 Hi-Speed Quads
1 Hi-Speed Gondola
4 Conveyor Lifts
Number of Trails: 101
Trail Ratings for Deer Valley Resort
Easiest: Easiest 27%
More Difficult: More Difficult 41%
Most Difficult: Most Difficult 27%
Experts Only: Experts Only 5%
Trail ratings indicate the relative difficulty of the runs within a given ski area and are not meant to be used for comparison between ski areas.
Area Details for Deer Valley Resort
Alpine Skiing: Yes