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Far from the crowds at other resorts, 12 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon is a whole different world where the sense of calm and peacefulness might be described as “solitude.” Solitude Mountain Resort has celebrated their Golden Anniversary. Solitude has over 1,200 acres of uncrowded terrain - including Honeycomb Canyon - and a European style-lodging village, with vertical of 2,047 ft. Solitude has eight lifts, including one high-speed quad, one fixed quad, two triple chairs, and four double chairs.
The Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), with nearly 450 daily departures to over 100 nonstop destinations, is a major hub for Delta Airlines. Other major carriers include American Airlines, Continental, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, United Airlines, and US Airways.
You can often fly and ski on the same day In Utah. Show your boarding pass for that day upon arriving at your resort, and you could ski free.
Solitude is located 12 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon and only 30 minutes from SLC. Take Route 215 South from SLC and then take exit 6 to Big Cottonwood Canyon and Solitude. Use I-80 West to the Route 215 interchange and proceed to exit 6. It's only 12 miles from the exit to your piece of solitude.
Skier and rider service is the name of the game in Utah, and getting you from the airport to the slopes - sometimes on the same day - is an integral part of that. Contact All Resort (435-649-3999; www.allresort.com).
There is a free cat shuttle bringing skiers and riders from one part of Solitude to another. Otherwise, walking is the most recommended and popular means of getting around the resort. Shuttles run from Salt Lake City to Solitude for a nominal fee.
12000 Big Cottonwood Canyon
Phone: (801) 534-1400