Park City's Local Ski Resorts
TWO World Class Resorts in One Town: Park City & Deer Valley
Everyone already knows about Park City's two major ski resorts right here in town. Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort, both are about 2 minutes of each other, and give the residents and visitors of Park City two great choices for epic skiing. With two amazing resorts in one town, there really is no better place to own real estate. Choose from Park City ski-in, ski-out homes, Deer Valley ski condos, or Canyons Village luxury ski homes. There are many great options to choose from when searchig for real estate at our Park City ski resorts. If you are lucky enough to call Park City your home, you are lucky enough!
Utah's 12 downhill ski resorts rank with the best in the world, which creates great real estate opportunities! Avid skiers and boarders crave our deep, dry powder, long runs and varied terrain that constitute the "Greatest Snow on Earth." Skiing typically begins statewide in mid- to late-November, and generally continues through April, with Snowbird often staying open through May, and even into June! Most of these ski resorts are within only an 45 minute drive from the Salt Lake Internationl Airport, its just so easy to get here! Our resorts hosted some of the world's top athletes during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Since then, propelled by momentum from that exposure, our resorts have expanded and upgraded facilities, and continually offer a top experience in terms of skier satisfaction, snow conditions and amenities.
With the purest snow offered by Mother Nature, Utah provides the greatest skiing terrain possible. From northern Utah to southwestern Utah, ski resorts are scattered throughout the state. But Utah ski resorts offer more than powder. They afford visitors with a full range of lodging, dining, and entertainment. Utah ski resorts are committed to making certain your nights off the slopes are just as perfect as your days on the slopes! For the best, most up-to-date info on all of our Utah Ski Resorts, visit: www.skiutah.com
So close to an International Airport.
Its SO EASY to get here!
I love this video! It's just such a great example of how EASY it is to get here. Fly in to Salt Lake City from just about anywhere, and after a very short and easy commute, you are skiing. For real, travel in the morning and you can ski all afternoon. On the day you leave, if you travel in the afternoon, you can ski all morning before you need to go. Where else can you acheive that?!
Park City Area Ski Resorts:
Deer Valley Ski Resort
Welcome to Deer Valley® Resort, named the #1 ski resort in North America by readers of SKI magazine an impressive four years in a row - in 2008,2009 2010 and 2011.
Park City Mountain Resort
Some of the best stories aren't found in books. Instead, they're found in a place where snow falls, spirits fly, and imaginations run wild. A place where unparalleled adventure awaits your whole family.
Cottonwood Canyons / SLC Area Ski Resorts:
Alta Ski Area
A Skier’s Mountain-Alta and pure, unspoiled skiing are truly synonymous. Respected for its classic powder skiing, challenging terrain and spectacular views, don’t forget that Alta also offers great beginner and intermediate skiing.
Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort
With over 600 inches of legendary Little Cottonwood Canyon snow and 180+ ski days in each of the last three seasons, Snowbird is the ultimate powder paradise. Award-winning terrain, unmatched accessibility, and first-class service add up to an unparalleled destination.
The tradition continues...Brighton has been creating unforgettable memories for families and friends for over 70 years. Fantastic conditions, huge powder, superb grooming and family friendly atmosphere are all reasons to include Brighton in your vacation plans.
It's not just about 500 inches of The Greatest Snow on Earth®; it's where it falls. With over 1200 acres of terrain, a family-friendly terrain park and a charming European-style village, Solitude is an intimate and inviting place to experience what's in your nature.
Heber / Provo Canyon Ski Resort:
Nestled at the base of Utah's 12,000-foot Mt. Timpanogos, Sundance is a 6,000-acre destination resort, dedicated to maintaining the balance of art, nature and community.
Ogden Valley Ski Resorts:
Snowbasin is known for almost endless and diverse terrain. You will find meticulously manicured groomers, fresh powder fields days after a storm, endless views and surprisingly short lift lines.
Powder Mountain has consistently earned top ratings for Value and Snow Quality in the SKI magazine reader survey. Don't tell the locals since they are still convinced this is their own private playground. "Pow Mow" is becoming the "world's best known secret spot".