Ski City has been hammered with 54-inches of the greatest snow on earth in the last 48 hours, and more storms are in the forecast. It's no secret that Salt Lake is home to some of the lightest, driest, life-changing powder in the world—now’s the time to taste the proof pudding for yourself. Watch the video, indulge in the powder panic, and plan your trip to Ski City. Oh, and in case you didn’t know, the drive from Salt Lake International Airport to four world-class resorts is only 40-minutes—suck it, Denver.
Insider tips for planning a trip to Ski City
As much as we deny it, most of us find ourselves needing a down day after three or four consecutive days of zooming around in the powder. In addition to four legendary resorts, Ski City has over 1700 restaurants, 140 bars and 19 unique neighborhoods, not to mention performing arts, shopping, live music and pro sports to make every day an awesome experience, whether you're on or off the mountain.
The Super Pass is your golden ticket to everything Ski City has to offer. With a Super Pass in hand, you save on direct-to-lift access to the resort(s) of your choosing—Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude. This means no lift-ticket windows and more freedom to ski it all. You’ll also save up to 40 percent on ski rentals. When the ski day is over, your Super Pass gets you a free ride on TRAX light rail and UTA ski buses, so you can transition seamlessly to the city’s après scene.
Resort Info & Lift Tickets
Each of Salt Lake's four legendary resorts has its own story, its own scene, and its own rendition of Utah's world-famous snow. All located within driving distance of one another, all accessible by our public transit system. Ski City has the terrain, the powder and the transportation to ensure there's always a slope to keep you busy—hour after hour, day after day.
Why Visit a Ski “Town” When You can Experience Ski City?
The heart and soul of Salt Lake lives in our eight distinct areas, the vibrant neighborhoods within them and the people who call them home. From bustling downtown to hotel-packed Midvale to the snowy wonderlands of Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons, each neighborhood has its own mix of historical sights and attractions, arts and culture, dining, nightlife, shopping, and most importantly, personality.