Ultimate Winter Destination
Alta. Brighton. Snowbird. Solitude. All located within driving distance of one another, or accessible by our public transit system. Ski City has the terrain, the powder, and the transportation to ensure there's always a slope to keep you busy—hour after hour, day after day.
Alta and pure, unspoiled skiing are truly synonymous. While it's respected for its classic powder skiing, challenging terrain, and spectacular views, Alta also offers great beginner and intermediate skiing.
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For more than 70 years, Brighton has provided a quality mountain experience at a great value. Fantastic conditions, huge powder, three terrain parks, an outstanding ski school, and superb grooming add up to maximum ski and snowboard fun.
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The aptly named Solitude Mountain Resort is known for its peaceful, Alps-esque setting--think cozy lodges, short lift lines, and heaps of pristine powder, but also incredibly diverse terrain, including everything from cruisy groomers to steep tree runs.
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With acre after acre of steep chutes, wide-open bowls, and long, sustained runs, Snowbird never ceases to thrill passionate skiers and snowboarders. But never fear, there's plenty of intermediate and mellow terrain, and the après scene is second to none.
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More Ski City:
Cottonwood Canyons area forecast
Weather and avalanche forecast for Utah's backcountry
Salt Lake Valley current conditions and 10-day outlook
Hourly snow accumulation readings
Visit skiutah.com/snowreport for a state-wide snow report