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Covid Details

Get all the COVID-19 information you need to know before you go. All information is provided by the resort and updated regularly as processes and policies change.

Reservations

Resort policies and procedures.

Is a reservation required for lift access
No

Is a reservation required for parking
No

Base Lodge(s)

Are the base lodge(s) open
Yes

Are there rules/restrictions at the base lodge(s)
Yes

Are masks required
Yes

Base Lodge Regulation

While on Deer Valley property, masks or face coverings are required when waiting in line, interacting with Deer Valley staff, riding, loading and unloading chairlifts, in outdoor common areas when physical distancing is not possible and at all times indoors (unless actively eating or drinking while seated at a table). Please note: As per a Summit County Public Health Order, single-layer face coverings that can be seen through (such as neck gaiters) and face coverings with two-way valves are not approved. N-95 or KN-95 masks with valves are approved for medical use only. N-95 and KN-95 masks with valves should not be used by the general public. Both of these face covering types have been found to provide inadequate COVID-19 prevention in national studies. For additional information on Summit County’s Public Health Order and approved face coverings, please click here.

Guests unwilling to comply with the Summit County Order and Deer Valley guidelines will be asked to leave Deer Valley property.

Lift Regulations

Are there COVID-19 rules/restrictions on lifts
Yes

Lift Regulations

While in the chairlift maze, physical distancing naturally occurs from tip to tail when wearing skis. Guests will also notice spacing measures in the maze lines and at ticket checkpoints. Gondola cabins will be sanitized regularly with an electrostatic sprayer.

Deer Valley’s lift policy* limits chairlift occupancy to people from the same guest party; two willing individuals or staff, not from the same party, seated on opposite sides of a quad or triple chairlift; or one individual guest per double or gondola cabin.Face coverings are required while waiting in line, loading, and unloading chairlifts.

*Excluding ADA exceptions

Dining Regulations

Are there COVID-19 rules/restrictions for on-mountain dining
Yes

Dining Indoors
Yes

Dining Regulations

Daytime dining will look quite different this winter, with tables placed to allow for physical distancing as required by current health orders, requiring us to lessen capacities in our restaurants. Our day lodge cafeterias in Snow Park, Silver Lake and Empire Canyon Lodges will feature table service and Snow Park Restaurant will also be open for breakfast. Due to the changes in format, we will now be able to offer beer, wine, and cocktail service at these restaurants during the lunch period. However, these restaurants will ONLY be available with advance reservations, and no walk-ins or non-dining guests will be allowed in the restaurants at any time. More information will be communicated to our guests about making day restaurant reservations in coming weeks.

Please visit deervalley.com/dining for more information

Ski School

Are there COVID-19 rules/regulations for ski school
Yes

Ski School URL

Ski School Regulations

Advance reservations are required for all ski lesson products. Reservations for group lessons can be made online or by calling 435-645-6648. All Private Lessons need to be booked over the phone. A lesson reservation does not guarantee a lift ticket, so if you are not a Deer Valley Season, Ikon or Ikon Base Pass holder, please plan to purchase your lift ticket well in advance.  Lift tickets will not be available for purchase on the day of a lesson, or at the ticket window. 

The number of participants in a lesson at any given time will be limited to maintain physical distancing. Single household groups are recommended, whenever possible. 

Ski Rental Legend

Are there COVID-19 rules/regulations for ski rentals
No

Ski Rental URL

Ski Rental Regulations

Advance reservations are required for ski rentals. Our rental offerings include skis, boots, poles and helmets. To help expedite the rental pickup process, please provide accurate information for each rental guest when making advance reservations. Reservations can be made online or by calling 435-645-6648. A rental reservation does not guarantee a lift ticket, so if you are not a Deer Valley Season, Ikon or Ikon Base Pass holder, please plan to purchase your lift ticket well in advance. Lift tickets will not be available for purchase on the day of a lesson, or at the ticket window. 

Only full-day and afternoon rentals are available. To expedite the process and to help alleviate the morning rush, guests are encouraged to pick up their reserved rental equipment between 2 and 7 p.m. the day prior to planned use, whenever possible.  

Rental guests will have access to the complimentary self-serve lockers to leave shoes and personal items for the day. Overnight storage will not be allowed.

Transportation

Are there rules/restrictions on public transportation
No

Transportation Regulations

Due to COVID-19, Park City Transit has reduced service frequency and hours of operation on some routes and suspended service on others.

Lodging Legend

Are there COVID-19 rules/restrictions on lodging
Yes

Lodging Regulations

All Deer Valley Resort managed lodging properties are open to guests. Each property is taking extensive measures to follow COVID-19 cleaning and operating procedures and guidelines.

Elevation

  • 9570ft
    Summit
  • 3000ft
    Vertical Drop
  • 6570ft
    Base

Lifts

  • 1
  • 0
  • 0
  • 13
  • 0
  • 5
  • 2
  • 0
  • 21
    Total

Terrain

  • Beginner Runs

    27%

  • Intermediate Runs

    31%

  • Advanced Runs

    10%

  • Expert Runs

    32%

  • Runs

    103

  • Longest Run

    2.8 mi

  • Skiable Terrain

    2026 ac

  • Snow Making

    660 ac

Overview

Deer Valley ski resort is situated along the Wasatch Range and is home to great powder, groomers, steeps and moguls. With a 3,000-foot vertical drop and more than 2,000 acres of skiable terrain, skiers of all ages and abilities are sure to find the perfect slope.

Family friendly and known for its service, Deer Valley has dining establishments to suit every palate. From cafés and grills to elegant and upscale rustic restaurants, guests will find locally sourced products that feature quality ingredients and fresh preparation.

Where Is Deer Valley Ski Resort Located?

Deer Valley Resort is located just outside of Park City, Utah, and is only 37 miles from Salt Lake International (SLC) Airport. It takes about 45 minutes by car to get to the resort. Rent a car, or take a shuttle.

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Terrain

Deer Valley sets itself apart from other resorts by offering visitors a truly world-class experience. The ski resort is known for meticulously groomed beginner and intermediate runs, glades, moguls and bowls. The mountain receives around 300 inches of snowfall per season, which is complemented by a massive snowmaking infrastructure (covering over 660 acres).

The resort features 103 runs accessed via 24 lifts with 12 high-speed quad chairlifts (lift capacity is 50,470 skiers per hour). The breakout of the runs is 27% beginner, 41% intermediate and 32 advanced. The longest run is 2.8 miles. The top elevation is 9,570 feet, and the base elevation is 6,570 feet. Total skiable acres are 2,026 acres.

Deer Valley is one of three United States ski areas that still enforce a ban against snowboarding. During the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Deer Valley was the host site for freestyle moguls, aerials and slalom events. It has also hosted the moguls and aerial events for the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.

Bald Mountain is a great area for advanced to expert skiers to explore. Take the Mayflower lift to access mogul runs or head to the north face of Bald Mountain to find excellent tree skiing.

Deer Valley ski resort caters to more upscale customers by offering amenities like free parking shuttles, high-end shopping and restaurants, and free ski valets. It also limits the number of tickets sold per day to 7,500 to limit the number of people on the mountain.

Breakfast Places

  • Whether you’re looking for some Belgian waffles or a full breakfast buffet, Snow Park Restaurant has it all. If you’re in a rush, grab a baked good and an espresso, and head directly to the mountain. 2250 Deer Valley Drive South, Park City, UT 84060

Our Favorite Lunch Spots

  • While taking a break from the slopes, make a stop at Glitretind Restaurant with its scenic views and elegant, inventive food choices. 7700 Stein Way, Park City, UT 84060

Dinner

  • If you’ve worked up an appetite, then you should definitely try the Seafood Buffet. Go for the full buffet, or pick from a selection of fresh seafood. 2250 Deer Valley Drive S Suite 303, Park City, UT 84060
  • For an upscale option, go to Fireside Dining. It specializes in a four-course menu served from stone fireplaces. 9200 Marsac Avenue Suite 306, Park City, UT 84060

Apres/Nightlife

  • No matter if you’re looking for a chill place for a drink or to play a competitive game of pool, the Brass Tag is the place to be. 2900 Deer Valley Drive East #301, Park City, UT 84060

Important Dates

  • Projected OpeningProjected Closing12/05/202104/11/2021
  • Projected Days Open
    127
  • Years Open
    41
  • Average Snowfall
    300"

Gallery: Deer Valley Resort

Deer Valley Resort Reviews

Nitza Falletta
14th February 20215
We just came home from a weeks vacation in Deer Valley Ski resort and can not say enough great things about it....Full review
Bill Baker
6th February 20211
My son and I flew in to ski Park City, but reserved one day at Deer Valley, because we heard that it...Full review
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