Utah has so much to offer winter lovers
There’s countless amazing mountain resorts and wonderful areas to enjoy your annual ski vacation!
SALT LAKE CITY
If you look to the south in Salt Lake City you’ll see the airy peaks of the Wasatch Mountains, home to the world-renowned ski areas of Alta, Snowbird, Brighton and Solitude, located just 30 minutes from downtown. Vacationing in “Ski City” gives you amazing snow-packed days at multiple world class resorts, and so many options for down days within the vibrant downtown core. Download your brewery pass and discover tours to distilleries and breweries throughout the city, or check out the concerts, art, culture, and the infamous Church of Latter-Day Saints at Temple Square. When you purchase your flexible Ski City Super (lift) Pass, enjoy multiple activities in between ski days.
Park City is home to the largest ski area in the US. While known by many as the site of the famous Sundance Film Festival, Park City is also famous for its perfect slopes, luxury resorts, and action-packed calendar of events. When not on the mountain, check out award-winning restaurants, high end breweries wineries and distilleries, art galleries, and the smorgasbord of other activities on offer. With this much to do, Park City is ideal for all travel types, especially families and groups of friends.For more on après scene in Park City, check out The Complete Guide to the Best Après-Ski Spots in Park City.
This destination is home to the consistently top rated #1 Deer Valley Resort, luxury hotels with exclusive amenities, as well as cozier family-friendly options. Heber Valley is authentic and has so much to offer. Kids will have fun tubing or enjoying Nordic fun at Soldier Hollow. After a long day of skiing, visit the Homestead Crater to relax in its geothermal heated waters.For more on all the things to do off-mountain in Heber Valley, check out this guide to Heber Valley.
Located 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City, this former boomtown was created by the first transcontinental railroad in 1869. Laid back in nature, this fun ski town has been referred to the ‘teenager’ of towns compared to the more ‘adulting’ neighbouring areas. Its home to three ski resorts, including the more challenging Snowbasin and Powder Mountain Resorts. Both resorts are serviced by an in-town ski bus which provides the ultimate in flexibility for your ski schedule. Lively after-ski activities include: Flowrider, Utah’s indoor wave riding attraction; axe throwing; wall climbing; a dinosaur park; Fat Cat Family Activity Centre which includes a bowling alley, billiards, arcade, laser tag, and bumper cars; Fly High Trampoline Park; IFly and aerospace museum – among much more. It’s the perfect area for you next family vacation.For more on visiting Ogden, check out these 5 Ways to Elevate Your Winter Vacation in Ogden