Nordic Valley Resort Resort Reviews

Reviews for Nordic Valley Resort

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Janea Poe
You get what you pay for... Full Review
Cheap
Only 1 trail open and was defi...
5 days ago
anonymous
I really like this resort. The people who work there are very friendly and helpful. The tickets are super affordable and the runs are fun. I definitely recommend trying it out!... Full Review
Great price, really nice for b...
This year there wasn't a lot o...
5 years ago
anonymous
I really like this resort. The people who work there are very friendly and helpful. The tickets are super affordable and the runs are fun. I definitely recommend trying it out!... Full Review
Great price, really nice for b...
This year there wasn't a lot o...
5 years ago
kronk gooberface
this is the best place ever and just to add their food is AMAZING I love their french fries ... Full Review
it was an AMAZING experience
don't go during the fall or wh...
6 years ago
scott
Great for season warm up, large groups, beginners, families. Day pass last all day and night. Half day includes night. What a deal.... Full Review
Cheap, Night skiing, Family sp...
short runs, few black diamonds
12 years ago
I dont know whether it was the awfully built terrain park, the vertical of maybe 200 feet, or maybe it was the fact that it looked like the lift operators were hired off the street, whatever it was this hill was the worst ive ever snowboarded. Previously being at Snowbird, Snowbasin, and Brighton, I dont know what I was thinking coming to this dump. I wasnt expecting steep vertical or anything but at least get a couple good jibs. Their C-box looked like it was about to fall over and the kink was probably out of a dumpster. Being from NJ my home mountains are creek and boulder but even they were better than this Utah hill. If you want to blow 30+ dollars just head right on over to this bad mark on Utah. Utah has the best snow on earth except for this one mountain.... Full Review
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terrain park....everything
13 years ago
Brought the family to Utah for a ski vacation. My 4 year old ( 1 month from being 5) took a 2 hour ski lesson and was skiing the rest of the day and night + rest of the trip with my wife, while I snowboarded intermitently with them and on my own here and at powder + snowbasin. The lessons and his reponse to skiing blew my expectations out of the water (or should I say snow). He is ready to go again and we just got back. Only complaints were long rental line for him and my wife-(it was New years Eve) and no daycare for my 2 year old daughter. Also the lodge is small, but not an issue if you are not concerned with that (if so go to snowbasin --they also have child care). All in all Wolf Mountain is perfect for a young family's first day or so while taking lessons and getting the feel of things, since it so cheap and not too spread out. You can keep track of one another easily. Very few, but exhillirating short black and blue runs for me to warm up on while my son was taking lessons, but great for the first day and for the price. snow conditions are great (still Utah). If they get child care this place would be the perfect family mountain.... Full Review
Great for family begining befo...
No chilld care for kid snot ol...
13 years ago
Troy
We enjoyed two nights of skiing at Wolf with family while in for the Christmas Holiday. It's convenient and close to Ogden and the price is right. We skiid both times for $60 covering all 6 of us! The conditions were maintained well, even though the terrain is limited. It's a great outing for beginner and intermediates looking to enjoy 5-6 hours of skiing with a group and the price cannot be beat!... Full Review
Hard to beat deal
no frills
13 years ago
Wolf Creek is usually my 1st stop during my annual ski week. On arrival day, I cannot get on the slopes until the afternoon. Add to this the fact that I just need to knock off the rust, and Wolf Creek is the ideal spot. I can get a cheap lift ticket and ski until 9pm. Good: -Cheap lift tickets -Short lift lines -Convenient and easy to get there. -Family friendly. Lots of bargains on week nights. Bad: -Upper hill is not well lit. Easy to lose your depth perception at night. -Lower elevation than nearby resorts, Snowbasin and Powder Mountain, makes for lower quality snow. -Inadequate grooming -Food is pretty mediocre and selection is limited. -Zero night life anywhere around the resort.... Full Review
15 years ago
I had an afternoon/evening to kill since my flight got me into SLC just after noon and it took me until around 2 to navigate route 39 to Eden but this was the perfect place to do it especially since the entire area is open until 10PM. The valley doesn't offer much in the way of nightlife but I've alwyas thought that if you're on a ski vacation you should ski not sit around talking about it over drinks. The trails are not particularly steep nor long but they are an excellent way to warm up for the bigger ski areas in the valley (Powder and Snowbasin) and they have the same abundance of powder on them. The best thing was that a ski pass cost me about what lunch at one of the Park City tourist traps costs ($20 - $23) so you can't beat the value. The people were extremely friendly and the lines were moderate but moved quickly. It seemed like a good place for kids and the beginner area was well separated from the rest.... Full Review
15 years ago
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