Skiing at Brighton Ski Resort
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Skiing at Brighton Resort

Ski Resorts

Ski Salt Lake is the ultimate winter destination — combining 4 world-class resort facilities in Salt Lake, plus more in nearby Provo Canyon, Park City, and Ogden. Check out the resorts below and then plan on checking them out in person to experience The Greatest Snow on Earth™ for yourself. Come visit our beautiful community nestled in the Rocky Mountains and take advantage of Utah's Longest Ski Season to make your next ski vacation a memorable one.


For any resort information regarding COVID-19 operations, opening dates, and safety protocols. Please visit Ski Utah's winter page.

In fact, you could ski Utah’s four most famous resorts in a single weekendAltaBrightonSnowbirdSolitude—each of them have their own story, scene, and rendition of our world-famous snow. These ski and snow resorts are located within driving distance of one another, all accessible by the UTA public transit system. Busses will take skiers and boarders from one resort to the other in a single day. 

There are five additional resorts within a one-hour drive of Salt Lake. No resort is exactly like the other. Read on for more information about each of the resorts that make a winter vacation here like nowhere else and find the resorts that best fit your style and budget. Ski City has the terrain, powder, and transportation to ensure there's always a slope to keep you busy—hour after hour, day after day.


Ski City is the ultimate winter destination, combining four world-class ski resorts, an exciting downtown just minutes away, and many distinct and welcoming urban neighborhoods. More resorts in nearby Provo Canyon, Park City, and Ogden bring the total ski and snowboard options for the Wasatch Front to nine amazing resorts.

Salt Lake is a great base camp for a winter adventure. From Salt Lake City International Airport, you’re within a one-hour drive of nine amazing resorts. Each of which offer its own story, scene, and snow. The resorts in Little and Big Cottonwood Canyons are renowned for their deep snow base and intense snow fall, while the Park City resorts take the cake for serving elite guests, and nearby resorts in Ogden are better known for their family friendly pricing.

When you stay in Ski City, you have easy access to remarkable ski resorts with more than enough snow, terrain, trails, and amenities to keep your skiing all season long. Read on for more about each of the nine resorts.

Alta Ski Area

There are precious few places in the world like Alta. The resort and its small base town grew organically around a united love of thrills on snow. For those who learn to turn at Alta, the saying goes,...

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Brighton Resort

Brighton is arguably (but not really) Salt Lake’s most laidback ski hill. Unpretentious and friendly, its sprawling runs attract a young crowd, a large contingent of which are snowboarders.

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If Snowbird’s neighbor Alta is a nostalgic throwback, Snowbird is all about the future. A sprawling resort served by an impressive array of high-speed chairs and its Aerial Tram,...

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Solitude Mountain Resort

Find solitude this winter. This resort has something to offer all skiers and riders with an average of 500" of annual snowfall, 1,200 acres of incredible terrain, 77 named runs, three bowls and a...

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