Tag: utah

  • USA

    Snow sports, such as snowboarding and snow skiing, has a huge following in the United States of America, with many enthusiasts greeting each new winter season with eager anticipation. There are numerous snow sport destinations to choose from throughout the United States, and into neighboring Canada, with something to suit everyone regardless of experience levels […]

  • Park City

    Just 37 miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport, you’ll find Utah’s biggest ski resort. The Park City Mountain Resort can be found in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains and it offers an impressive 3 300 acres of great ski trails. With 100 different trails to choose from, a variety of terrain and […]

  • Powder Mountain

    Just nineteen miles northeast of Ogden, Powder Mountain is a great resort to visit during the winter season. With great views, impressive trails and friendly staff, Powder Mountain has everything you could want from a winter destination. Add to this a summit elevation of 8900 ft, a vertical drop of 2005 ft and 500 inches […]

  • Snowbasin

    Snowbasin Ski Resort, near Salt Lake City in Utah, shot to fame during the 2002 Olympic Games. Amongst Utah’s largest recreational areas, Snowbasin is an experience no skier should miss. Imagine gliding down the very same challenging slopes that expert Olympians traversed. Utah’s Snowbasin, opened in 1941, fills snow sport enthusiasts’ every needs with well-maintained […]

  • Snowbird Ski

    Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, opened in 1971, is situated right within the Wasatch-Cache National Forest of Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon. Well-known as a top ski destination, Snowbird Resort boasts an abundance of snow, extensive skiing terrain, world-class facilities, great hospitality and the state’s longest season (November to May). Utah’s Snowbird Ski and Summer ...

  • Solitude Mountain

    Renowned as a family destination, Solitude Mountain Resort has 64 runs in 1 200 acres, offering ski terrain for people of all ability levels. The stunning landscape of Solitude Mountain receives more than 500 inches of snow each year on its 2 047 feet vertical, so you are guaranteed to have amazing skiing conditions. Varied […]

  • Sundance Resort

    Sundance Resort, founded in 1969 by Robert Redford, provides travelers with an unique experience, an intriguing combination of recreation, nature and art. Situated at the base of Mount Timpanogos, not far from Utah’s Park City, Sundance Resort is a year-round destination surrounded by 5,000 acres of beautiful wilderness. Skiers and Snowboarders can glide down Sundance […]

  • The Canyons

    The Canyons, located not far from Park City, was opened in 1968, and continues to attract vast numbers to its expansive, snow shrouded landscape. Always improving on what is already amazing, there is no doubt that a vacation at The Canyons is an unforgettable experience. Just how big is The Canyons? 3,500 acres! With that […]

  • Wolf Mountain

    Formerly known as the Nordic Valley Ski Resort, Wolf Mountain is situated just 15 miles outside of Ogden. It has a reputation for being a great community resort, offering some of the most affordable skiing and boarding available in the state. What’s more, it has great terrain for beginners, combined with some of the best […]

  • Honeymoons

    Plan a winter wedding and honeymoon vacation for memories that will last a life time! Few things are as romantic as a honeymoon in a quiet getaway at a snow filled ski resort. You can choose from ski resorts all over the world and have the time of your life with your very special person. […]

  • Utah

    A vacation in Utah in the winter is usually for downhill skiing at one of the thirteen downhill ski resorts in the area. Ski resorts are scattered throughout the state from northern Utah to southwestern Utah and are easily accessible from major cities. Seven ski vacation resorts are less than an hour’s drive from Salt […]

  • Alta Ski

    Alta Ski Area in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, not far from Salt Lake City, is a world-renowned ski resort considered by many to have the best snow on the planet. Also one of the oldest ski resorts in the USA, Alta receives more than 500 inches of snow each year – ideal for powder skiing. Snowboarders […]