- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
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.
With the one-stop-shopping approach of the Children’s Academy, you can find most anything you need under one roof. A fun atmosphere and small group sizes helps children improve their technique and develop more confidence on the snow. The fun and learning isn’t limited to children, as the adult workshops, lessons and private sessions are beneficial at any age. Solitude offers dining options suitable for every palate. Creekside Restaurant offers flavors inspired by the Tuscan region of Italy in a family-friendly fine-dining setting, while St. Bernard’s serves award-winning country French cuisine. For the adventurous diner, try a Nordic ski or snowshoe trek to the Yurt. The Stone Haus is open all day, every day, providing quick meal and beverage choices. On the mountain, the dining options at Moonbeam Lodge, Last Chance Mining Camp and the Sunshine Grill satisfy any hunger. The perfect finish to a day of Solitude can be enjoyed après ski at The Thirsty Squirrel and Argenta Pub.
Solitude Mountain Resort
12000 Big Cottonwood Canyon
Phone: (801) 534-1400