Top rated by Ski Magazine in the categories of grooming, lifts, service and on-mountain food, Snowbasin Resort is located less than 35 miles north of Salt Lake City.
Home to the 2002 Winter Olympics Downhill, Snowbasin Resort has 3,000 skiable acres and 3,000 vertical feet, and is best known for wide-open bowls, gladed runs, tailor-made groomers, powder stashes days after a storm, four terrain parks, and excellent service. Snowbasin Resort has world-class snowmaking and one of the most advanced lift systems in the West.
Located in the heart of Park City, Utah, only a 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City is home to over 7,300 skiable acres. In 2014, it hosted the 2014 NCAA Championships.
During the summer of 2015, the resort undertook the largest resort improvement project in the history of American skiing, one that linked it with neighbor Canyons Resort to create the United States’ largest ski area. Park City bustles with activities year-round with two distinct base areas, nine hotels, thrilling family adventures, and more than two dozen restaurants.
Park City is the largest ski area in the United States. With 300+ trails, 38 lifts, seven terrain parks, 14 bowls, six natural half pipes, one super pipe and one mini pipe, plus many diverse ski-in/ski-out and village adjacent lodging properties, Park City is an easily accessible, world-class mountain destination located in an authentic & historic western town.
Snowbird is North America's most accessible alpine resort destination.
Conveniently located just 29 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport, Snowbird averages over 500 inches of annual snowfall per year and has the longest season of any resort in Utah. It is also home to Utah's only year-round aerial tram.
Once the site of what was once a small Native American encampment, and in the 1850s a stopover for a group of Army surveyors, Soldier Hollow emerged from obscurity in the winter of 2002 as the immensely popular site of the Olympic cross country and biathlon events. Soldier Hollow also hosted the cross country skiing portions of Nordic combined, and in March 2002 held the cross country skiing and biathlon events for the Paralympics.
Clearly establishing Soldier Hollow as a world acclaimed facility, the Olympics also provided Soldier Hollow with an infrastructure that could not only host future elite competitions such as U.S. National Championships and World Cups, but could also stage a wide range of events.
Soldier Hollow has continued the legacy of ski racing and biathlon, playing host to the Under-23 World Championships in 2004 and U.S. Championships in 2005 and 2006. In 2014, it hosted the 2014 NCAA Championships.