Local Ski Resort Info

Local Ski Resort & Tubing Park Info


Alta Ski Resort

Alta Ski Resort : 45minutes to 1 hour from Park City (Skier Only Resort)

Alta and pure, unspoiled skiing are synonymous. Alta's variety of terrain, breathtaking alpine scenery and superb snow conditions combine to create a unique setting for unforgettable outdoor experiences with family, friends and the mountain itself. At Alta visitors feel both a sense of serenity in a pristine alpine environment as well as sense of excitement and fun in being outdoors in the clean mountain air. Alta continues to offer a ski-only experience.


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Brighton Ski Resort: 45 minutes to 1 hour from Park City

Since 1936, Brighton has been delighting skiers and snowboarders with incredible snow, exceptional value and continuous improvements. Brighton was voted #1 for Child/Family Friendly Terrain and Best Value by Utahns for the last 5 years in the Wasatch Parent Magazine reader’s poll. It’s our commitment to quality that keeps Brighton one of the most modern, convenient and popular resorts in Utah and why our enthusiasts keep coming back. We build tradition without living in the past. Find out why our reputation is now shining brighter than ever!


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Canyons Ski Resort: In Park City

Explore, experience and discover The Canyons, Utah's largest single ski and snowboard resort. With so much variety in terrain, you are sure to find that every day at The Canyons is a unique adventure waiting to unfold both on the mountain and off.

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Deer Valley Resort: In Park City (Skier Only Resort)

Celebrating their 25th Anniversary of operation this winter season, Deer Valley Resort is honored with being named the #1 ski resort in North America by readers of SKI Magazine. Since opening in 1981, the Resort has been committed to providing a level of care rarely found at a ski resort, delivering classic, consistent and quality service both on and off the mountain.

Park City Mountain Resort

Park City Mountain Resort: In Park City

Ahhh, the ski vacation… the annual adventure made by families, couples, and those who wish they could live in a ski town. This season, make tracks directly to Park City Mountain Resort. With 3,300 acres of the Greatest Snow on Earth®, your journey around the Resort's nine bowls and 100 trails will challenge you in the steep 'n deep powder, through the bumps, between trees, across rails, over jumps and atop manicured corduroy runs for everyone from first-timers to black diamond experts. While you're here, learn the latest techniques for better turns from passionate ski and snowboard instructors. And, don't miss the resort's four top-rated terrain parks, "Signature" groomed trails, energetic base area, fresh on-mountain dining, and unique Town Bridge, the on-snow gateway to Historic Main Street. Perennially ranked by SKI magazine as a top-ten destination (this year we are number five), honored as Transworld Snowboarding magazine's premier terrain park, and host to the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Park City Mountain Resort is your passport to the best that winter has to offer.

Powder Mountain

Powder Mountain: about an hour from Park City

Over 5,500 skiable acres of groomed runs and powder skiing!

  • 100% natural snow.

  • 2,800 acres served by lifts.

  • Lightning Ridge snow cat.

  • 1,200 acres of Powder Country with shuttle service back to the resort center.

Powder Mountain is known for it’s massive size, deep powder and uncrowded slopes. For those that prefer groomed, real snow produces beautifully groomed corduroy.

Snow Basin Resort

Snow Basin Resort: about an hour from Park City

After more than 60 years as a locals' favorite for powder skiers, Snowbasin burst onto the world stage at the Olympic Winter Games in February 2002. Now, no Utah winter vacation is complete without experiencing the signature Grizzly and Wildflower Downhill courses, two of the most challenging downhill race courses ever traced on a mountain. Viewers around the globe discovered Snowbasin's dramatic scenery, rugged peaks, wide-open bowls, vast skiing terrain and some of the most beautiful mountain day lodges in North America. Snowbasin is no longer a locals' secret; it is well on its way to becoming one of the nation's great mountain resorts.


Snowbird: about 45 minutes to an hour from Park City

Located 29 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport, Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort is North America's most accessible year-round resort. Snowbird averages 500 inches of "The Greatest Snow on Earth" and Utah's longest ski and snowboard season.

Solitude Resort

Solitude Resort: about 45 minutes to an hour from Park City

Far from the crowds at other resorts, 12 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon, is a whole different world; a world where the sense of calm and peacefulness can only be described as “solitude”. It's a place of unrivaled beauty, a place where priorities slip back into place and you're free to reconnect with nature, with your family, friends, and with yourself.

Sundance Resort

Sundance Resort: about an hour from Park City

Great runs, gorgeous scenery and no crowds make Sundance one of winter's best in the West," noted Town and Country Magazine. Intimate and rustic by design, Sundance differs from other resorts in more than size. Founded by Robert Redford in 1969, Sundance's 6000 acre community preserve with guest accommodations is devoted to maintaining the balance of recreation, arts and environment.

Wolf Mountain Resort

Wolf Mountain Resort: About an hour from Park City

This family-friendly resort is open for skiing and boarding from mid-December through March. It is never crowded. The Wolfdeedo Double Chair was designed specifically with beginners in mind and provides access to one of the best beginner runs in Utah. The Howling Wolf Double Chair can serve 1,000 skiers per hour and provides access to a two mile-long run for beginner to intermediate skiers and snowboarders. The Wolf's Lair Terrain Park is now open!

Nordic/Cross Country Skiing in Park City area:

Besides many great downhill ski resorts in the Park City area, there are several great places to go for the cross country ski experience. Here are just a few select venues. If you’re a Nordic ski enthusiast then you’ll want to check out TUNA (The Utah Nordic Alliance).

White Touring: In Park City

Park City’s in town public golf course turns into a great cross country ski venue in the winter right in the heart of Park City with 18 km of groomed trails.


Soldier Hollow: about 20 minutes from Park City

The 2002 Olympic venue for the Nordic skiing events just a short drive from Park City. Which even provides one with the biathlon experience if so desired.


Sundance Resort: about an hour from Park City

Scenic Sundance Resort offers 26 Km of groomed Nordic ski trails.


Homestead Resort: About 20 minutes from Park City

The Homestead Resort located in Midway just a short drive from Park City is very scenic and is refered to the “Utah Alps” with the mountain scenery resembling the Swiss Alps. They offer in the winter 12km of groomed Nordic ski trails.


Lift operated Tubing Parks in the Park City area:

Here is another great activity for the whole family whether young or old. No experience is required. There are two great lift operated tubing parks in the Park City area which operate in the winter day & night. Gorgoza Park is in Park City and is operated by the Park City Mountain Resort. Soldier Hollow in the Midway area which is just a short 20 minute drive from Park City is known to have the longest sliding lane at 1200 ft.