SOLITUDE MOUNTAIN RESORT
What used to be a local's day area is now a prominent Utah skiing destination resort featuring cozy village accommodations and an abundance of activities. Just 40 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport, Solitude is the epitome of an easy access mountain retreat. Find more than 1,200 acres of world-class terrain, meticulously groomed runs, and 3 bowls—including pristine Honeycomb Canyon.
Each of Solitude's two base areas features a high-speed quad! Enjoy direct access to our beginner and intermediate terrain, easier loading and unloading, and a quicker, smoother ride. Solitude continues its commitment to offer a family-friendly experience conducive to learning snow sports.
NUMBER OF RUNS: 65
Beginner Terrain: 20%
Intermediate Terrain: 50%
Advanced Terrain: 30%
Average Snowfall: 500"+
Base Elevation: 8,175ft
Summit Elevation: 10,035ft
Vertical Drop: 2,047ft
Miles to Major Airport: 33mi
Area Day - $
Area PM - $
Area Day - Child $
SKI SCHOOL: YES
Solitude Snowsports Academy
Because both children and adults learn through play, the emphasis here is coupling fun with safety and technique. Call 801-536-5730.
Back Tracks Guided Backcountry Tours
Explore the famous Utah backcountry with two guides, all the gear needed, and a tremendous lunch from Creekside Restaurant.
The Inn at Solitude
Nestled slopeside in the village, this true ski-in/ski-out property offers the intimacy of a Bavarian lodge and the service of a luxury hotel.
Solitude Resort Lodging
These alpine condominiums are furnished with the finest amenities, offering spacious living rooms, gourmet kitchens, and fireplaces.
On Mountain Dining
From the family-friendly Creekside Restaurant's European menu to fine dining at St. Bernard's, Solitude has something for everyone's taste buds. The Yurt, our adventure dining experience, is one not to miss: Nordic ski or snowshoe to the Mongolian-style yurt and enjoy five courses of Rocky Mountain cuisine. Refuel at the convenient Stone Haus Pizzeria & Creamery, featuring Starbucks™ coffee; our two locally flavored pubs, Thirsty Squirrel and Argenta Pub; and three on-mountain restaurants.
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