Utah State Map
- Ski Destinations
The Alta ski resort, located just 25 miles southeast of Salt Lake City at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon, is only 45 minutes away from the Salt Lake City International Airport. Going through the State Highway 210, ski fanatics can enjoy the lush outdoor views and amenities that the ski resort has to offer. The Alta Ski Area offers well-groomed runs located at every lift. Five kilometers of groomed Nordic Tracks are ready to be enjoyed at your convenience. The resort has been world renowned for its deep powder, variety of terrain and its awe-inspiring scenery.
After the past 8 years of collecting the industry’s top awards and still recently emerging as the #1 ski resort in North America by readers of SKI magazine, Deer Valley enjoys the honor of earning one of the most coveted acclaims for the second time. Now renowned as one of the top ski destinations in the world, Deer Valley Resort is as accessible as leaving home in the morning and enjoying the mountains the same afternoon. Located in the historic mining town of Park City, Utah, this best-kept quiet mountain secret that is just 6 miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport offers deluxe amenities including ski valets, perfectly groomed slopes, on-site child care, gourmet dining and dynamic, invigorating activities. A no boarding resort covering six mountain peaks on 2,026 skiable acres with 99 multi-level runs, 6 bowls connected by 22 state-of-the-art lifts. Experience Utah's charm on Deer Valley's fresh powder, groomed trails, extreme skiing and the award-winning service that the resort is famous for. Enjoy the Victorian elegance at The Silver Lake area, a European village on mid-mountain or the Snow Park at the base area which is close to downtown Historic Main Street. Escape to one of America’s photographic resorts and discover how wonderful a Deer Valley vacation can be.
Ogden, Utah is home to many skiing and snowboarding destinations that offer plenty of great outdoor scenery. The gateway to Snowbasin, Powder Mountain and Wolf Mountain ski resorts located 40 miles north of Salt Lake City, Ogden played a great part in the development of the Transcontinental Railroad historically. Northwest of the city is the Golden Spike National Historic Site which commemorates the completion of the railroads of Central Pacific and Union Pacific. This accomplishment marked the end of the American frontier.
Park City Mountain Resort, located in the heart of Park City, Utah, is the most accessible mountain resort in North America. We are just 36 miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport. Park City Mountain Resort was once again ranked a Top-five ski resort by the readers of SKI magazine and a Top-ten resort by the readers of Skiing, Freeskier and Transworld Snowboarding magazines. The Resort is a year-round destination with skiing and snowboarding in the winter and hiking and mountain biking in the summer, and has over 3,300 acres of unspoiled varied terrain.
Salt Lake is one of the largest cities in the U.S. that lies along the Wasatch Front and right in the heart of Salt Lake Valley. The city is bordered by the Oquirrh Mountains on the West, Wasatch Range on the East, and in between the border of the Great Basin geographic regions and the Rocky Mountain.
Being considered as Utah’s gateway to the array of hot spots and recreational areas, Salt Lake City has become a popular vacation destination for both the local and foreign guests. Aside from the scenic national parks, the city is also known for having world-class ski facilities. In 2002, Salt Lake City hosted the Olympic Winter Games wherein skiers from the different parts of the world gathered to race in this prestigious competition set in the “greatest snow on earth”.
Nestled in an unincorporated area on the Wasatch Range of the Rocky Mountains is the stunning Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, a multi-facility ski and summer vacation destination. The place is just 29 miles from the Salt Lake International airport and 24 miles from the downtown area of Salt Lake City. This full service resort offers its guests the 125-passenger Aerial Tram that can reach to as high as 11,000 feet in just 8 minutes and will take skiers to the 21/2 mile Chip’s Run. From the top all the way down, skiers can glide and slide on the amazing powders with spectacular sceneries.
A whole new world awaits the avid skier 14 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon. A world wherein the beauty is unrivaled as rugged rock formations melt into blankets of pristine powder. Mornings can be spent in the Solitude Mountain Resort admiring the playful wildlife and the masterpieces designed by Mother Nature. Winter in the area brings in over 500 inches of snow that graces on 1,200 acres of terrain including Honeycomb Canyon which is renowned for its unique geological features.