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Utah Ski Resorts

Wondering about ski resorts in Utah? There are ten ski resorts within an hour or so of Park City, each with its own personality and charm. A few of the ski resorts are listed below. For more information about all the resorts available during your travel to Utah, or to make arrangements to visit any of these fabulous Utah ski resorts, just ask us.
  • Deer Valley:
    No snowboarders, tickets max out on busy days to reduce lift lines and restaurant crowds, lots of groomed green and blue runs, very good service and lifts, not many cat tracks, good food, good ski school.

  • Park City Mountain Resort:
    Lots of snowboarding terrain parks, good central location, lots of ski run diversity, alpine coaster, night skiing.

  • Canyons:
    Largest resort in the area, lots of expert skiing, gondola and chairlift with heated seats, lots of concerts and mountain activities.

  • Snowbasin:
    Long runs, good intermediate and expert terrain, less crowds, good lift ticket rates, two gondolas, good food and upscale resort facilities, *Exclusive Excursions offers transportations and discount lift tickets.

  • Snowbird:
    Ariel tram that ascends over 3000 feet, lots of intermediate and expert skiing, receives more snow than any other resort second to Alta, long runs, less weekday crowds. *Exclusive Excursions offers transportations and discount lift tickets.

  • Alta:
    Highest resort in Utah, receives most snow in Utah, no snowboarders, lots of expert terrain.

*Exclusive Excursions offers ski resort transportation and discount lift tickets.


Does anywhere in Park City sell discounted lift tickets?

No, but there are places in Salt Lake which do.  Exclusive Excursions will deliver discounted lift tickets to anywhere in Park City for a small fee.