Utah Ski Resorts

The major number of ski resorts in Utah can be found in the north within reasonable drive from Salt Lake City. Utah boasts world-class ski resorts which is understandable when the state motto is The Greatest Snow on Earth. Park City Mountain Resort is Utah's premier snow resort featuring one of the longest snow seasons in the state.  At 3,399 feet Powder Mountain has the highest vertical serviced by lift. The Canyons Resort is the largest ski resort in Utah with 3,500 skiable acres spread over eight peaks. Deer Valley is one of the few resorts who do not allow snowboarding. For crowd free skiing head to Utah's two most southern resorts Brian Head and Eagle Point both about 4 hours from Salt Lake City.
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1600 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 48 trails, 828 skiable acres
A small ski area in northern Utah, west of Bear Lake. Services include an A-frame lodge, sun deck, cafeteria, boot room, lockers, ski shop and rentals.
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2150 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 42 trails, 450 skiable acres
Robert Redford's vision - located 40 minutes south of Salt Lake City, Utah. Find integrated ski lodging. For cross country skiers, 14 km of trails wind through Elk Meadows Preserve.
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1265 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 20 trails, 200 skiable acres
Cherry Peak is Utah's newest ski resort scheduled for a grand opening in the 2015-16 season. It is located near Logan, Utah. Along with skiing and snowboarding the resort will have a 5 lane tubing hill and ice skating.
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