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Skiing & Snowboarding Near Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City and skiing go hand in hand. With four resorts within 35  miles of the Salt Lake City International Airport, Utah’s capitol city provides easy access ski adventures at Alta, Brighton, Solitude, and Snowbird. Salt Lake is home to all kinds of skiers, riders, revelers, powder fiends, weekend warriors, and more. As a city perched at the base of America’s meteorological miracle, there is a special vibe that resonates here, and when the clouds are low and heavy with powder, you can almost hear it in the air.  

While the secret about Salt Lake being America’s best ski destination has been less of a secret since the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, what few people realize is that this is truly a city for skiers. Diverse cultures and landscapes intersect in Salt Lake, forging a modern ski hub with an eclectic demographic—a demographic pulled here by a gravity that anyone who’s zoomed down an incredible slope will appreciate. Day-to-day life here is many people’s idea of living the dream—and those who live here know it. 

Stay at Salt Lake's World-Class Ski Resorts

Alta

A skiers-only powder paradise in Little Cottonwood Canyon, just 28 miles from downtown Salt Lake City.

Brighton

Day and night skiing for the laid-back skier and snowboarder in Big Cottonwood Canyon, only 31 miles from downtown Salt Lake City.

Snowbird

Now Open. Home to 2500+ acres of peaks, bowls, and wide open runs and the Snowbird Tram. Plus, just 28 miles from downtown Salt Lake City.

 

Solitude

Now Open. Living up to its name, this unhurried, family-friendly resort in Big Cottonwood Canyon is just 29 miles from downtown Salt Lake City.

 

Get the Salt Lake Super Pass

Sales are closed for the season. Check back in October.

The Salt Lake Ski Super Pass is your discounted lift ticket to Salt Lake’s four world-class resorts—Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude.
 

  • No blackout dates
  • FREE public transit fare
  • Exclusive rental shop discounts

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