Ski Utah

Boasting the largest ski area in the USA, uncrowded slopes and super short transfer times, Utah ski trips have something for everyone!

In 2015 Park City became the USA’s largest ski area. Joining with Canyons to create 7,300 acres of skiable terrain, the resorts are connected by a high-speed, 8 passenger gondola.

The mining town of Park City is packed with character and you will enjoy a great apres ski scene with over 100 bars and restaurants, most of them situated on picturesque Main Street. A local favourite is the High West Distillery and Saloon - currently the world's only ski-in gastro distillery, and Utah’s first distillery since prohibition.

Park City mountain is broad and steep, offering some of the most varied terrain in the Wasatch Range. Beginners benefit from an area set aside just for those learning to make carved turns, and with 60% of the mountain offering green and blue (beginner to intermediate) runs it is a great resort for beginners and families. That said, there are plenty of options for advanced skiers and boarders too. Whether you are looking for long and gentle groomers, big and bold powder lines, or steep and deep in the glades, there is terrain for skiers and riders of all levels and abilities. EPIC Passes (on sale pre season) are the best deal to ski Park City, and most passes include ski days at alternative USA ski resorts.

Closeby is the resort of Deer Valley, nestled in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, and just 36 miles east of Salt Lake City. Consistently ranked #1 in guest service among ski resorts in North America, Deer Valley is home to great powder, groomers, steeps and moguls. With a 3,000-foot vertical drop and more than 2,000 acres of skiable terrain, skiers of all ages and abilities are sure to find the perfect slope. Enjoy solitude on the slopes - Deer Valley Ski Resort prohibits snowboarding, and limits the number of skiers on it’s slopes during peak times to preserve it’s uncrowded slopes, making it a skier favorite. A 2 Resort Pass allows skiing at both Park City (including Canyons) and Deer Valley

With a super short transfer time of approx 35 mins from Salt Lake City to Park City, it is no surprise that this is a favourite for families and couples alike.