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Explore the Best of Utah Ski Resorts

Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort has the longest ski season in Utah, and while it’s known for its steep and deep, the resort has a wide mix of terrain, great accessibility, lodging and spa accommodations. - © Scott Markewitz

Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort has the longest ski season in Utah, and while it’s known for its steep and deep, the resort has a wide mix of terrain, great accessibility, lodging and spa accommodations.
Copyright: Scott Markewitz

Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort has the longest ski season in Utah, and while it’s known for its steep and deep, the resort has a wide mix of terrain, great accessibility, lodging and spa accommodations. - © Scott Markewitz
Just 45 minutes from SLC International, the Ogden area’s Snowbasin Resort is 3,000 vertical feet and 3,000 skiable acres, including Olympic-caliber downhill and lavish day lodges. - © Jeremiah Watt

Just 45 minutes from SLC International, the Ogden area’s Snowbasin Resort is 3,000 vertical feet and 3,000 skiable acres, including Olympic-caliber downhill and lavish day lodges.
Copyright: Jeremiah Watt

Just 45 minutes from SLC International, the Ogden area’s Snowbasin Resort is 3,000 vertical feet and 3,000 skiable acres, including Olympic-caliber downhill and lavish day lodges. - © Jeremiah Watt
Rustic, elegant and handmade are some of the words that capture the feeling of Robert Redford’s Sundance Mountain Resort. Though smaller by Utah’s standards, the ski resort still packs in 42 runs and 2,150 vertical feet on 450 acres. - © Marc Piscotty

Rustic, elegant and handmade are some of the words that capture the feeling of Robert Redford’s Sundance Mountain Resort. Though smaller by Utah’s standards, the ski resort still packs in 42 runs and 2,150 vertical feet on 450 acres.
Copyright: Marc Piscotty

Rustic, elegant and handmade are some of the words that capture the feeling of Robert Redford’s Sundance Mountain Resort. Though smaller by Utah’s standards, the ski resort still packs in 42 runs and 2,150 vertical feet on 450 acres. - © Marc Piscotty
Thanks to a cap on daily ticket sales, there are about three acres per skier on the expansive Powder Mountain’s 8,464 acres, 7,900 of which are lift accessible and the rest reached by snowcats. - © Jeremiah Watt

Thanks to a cap on daily ticket sales, there are about three acres per skier on the expansive Powder Mountain’s 8,464 acres, 7,900 of which are lift accessible and the rest reached by snowcats.
Copyright: Jeremiah Watt

Thanks to a cap on daily ticket sales, there are about three acres per skier on the expansive Powder Mountain’s 8,464 acres, 7,900 of which are lift accessible and the rest reached by snowcats. - © Jeremiah Watt
It’s roughly a half hour from the airport to the 41 lifts, 348 trails, 13 bowls and eight terrain parks on Park City Mountain’s 7,300 acres, with the amenities of Park City all around. - © Scott Markewitz

It’s roughly a half hour from the airport to the 41 lifts, 348 trails, 13 bowls and eight terrain parks on Park City Mountain’s 7,300 acres, with the amenities of Park City all around.
Copyright: Scott Markewitz

It’s roughly a half hour from the airport to the 41 lifts, 348 trails, 13 bowls and eight terrain parks on Park City Mountain’s 7,300 acres, with the amenities of Park City all around. - © Scott Markewitz
Though there are plenty of secluded, advanced runs and great beginner terrain, more than half of Solitude Mountain Resort’s 1,200 acres, 65 runs, 8 lifts and 2,000 vertical feet are labeled for those in the middle. - © Adam Clark

Though there are plenty of secluded, advanced runs and great beginner terrain, more than half of Solitude Mountain Resort’s 1,200 acres, 65 runs, 8 lifts and 2,000 vertical feet are labeled for those in the middle.
Copyright: Adam Clark

Though there are plenty of secluded, advanced runs and great beginner terrain, more than half of Solitude Mountain Resort’s 1,200 acres, 65 runs, 8 lifts and 2,000 vertical feet are labeled for those in the middle. - © Adam Clark
Near the top of Utah in Logan Canyon, Beaver Mountain Resort is a family-owned, smaller ski area that still offers a wide mix of terrain and Utah’s signature snow. - © Re Wikstrom

Near the top of Utah in Logan Canyon, Beaver Mountain Resort is a family-owned, smaller ski area that still offers a wide mix of terrain and Utah’s signature snow.
Copyright: Re Wikstrom

Near the top of Utah in Logan Canyon, Beaver Mountain Resort is a family-owned, smaller ski area that still offers a wide mix of terrain and Utah’s signature snow. - © Re Wikstrom
The Tushar Mountains-area near Beaver in Central Utah is quiet and serene country and fans of Eagle Point say it feels like having your own private ski resort. - © Adam Clark

The Tushar Mountains-area near Beaver in Central Utah is quiet and serene country and fans of Eagle Point say it feels like having your own private ski resort.
Copyright: Adam Clark

The Tushar Mountains-area near Beaver in Central Utah is quiet and serene country and fans of Eagle Point say it feels like having your own private ski resort. - © Adam Clark
Consistently top-rated for customer service, Deer Valley Resort also serves up more than 100 trails across six mountains and some of the state’s best dining and lodging accommodations. - © Adam Clark

Consistently top-rated for customer service, Deer Valley Resort also serves up more than 100 trails across six mountains and some of the state’s best dining and lodging accommodations.
Copyright: Adam Clark

Consistently top-rated for customer service, Deer Valley Resort also serves up more than 100 trails across six mountains and some of the state’s best dining and lodging accommodations. - © Adam Clark
Brian Head Resort boasts the highest base among Utah's ski resorts and showcases snow-dusted red rock hoodoos from the nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument. - © Adam Clark

Brian Head Resort boasts the highest base among Utah's ski resorts and showcases snow-dusted red rock hoodoos from the nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument.
Copyright: Adam Clark

Brian Head Resort boasts the highest base among Utah's ski resorts and showcases snow-dusted red rock hoodoos from the nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument. - © Adam Clark
On more than 1,000 acres, Brighton Resort lives true to its homegrown roots with a great local vibe and offering an all-around great value. - © Lee Cohen

On more than 1,000 acres, Brighton Resort lives true to its homegrown roots with a great local vibe and offering an all-around great value.
Copyright: Lee Cohen

On more than 1,000 acres, Brighton Resort lives true to its homegrown roots with a great local vibe and offering an all-around great value. - © Lee Cohen
Alta Ski Area is a skiers-only resort on more than 2,200 acres only 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake with rustic lodging and a old-school ski tradition. - © Adam Clark

Alta Ski Area is a skiers-only resort on more than 2,200 acres only 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake with rustic lodging and a old-school ski tradition.
Copyright: Adam Clark

Alta Ski Area is a skiers-only resort on more than 2,200 acres only 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake with rustic lodging and a old-school ski tradition. - © Adam Clark
An ideal mountain for those new to skiing, Nordic Valley Resort also offers a surprising diversity of terrain and Utah's signature snow, minutes from downtown Ogden. - © Jeremiah Watt

An ideal mountain for those new to skiing, Nordic Valley Resort also offers a surprising diversity of terrain and Utah's signature snow, minutes from downtown Ogden.
Copyright: Jeremiah Watt

An ideal mountain for those new to skiing, Nordic Valley Resort also offers a surprising diversity of terrain and Utah's signature snow, minutes from downtown Ogden. - © Jeremiah Watt

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