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Utah ski resorts are world-class, just like Utah snow, and Go Utah has all the information you need to pick the right destination for your trip. We give you all the facts on the slopes, from Brighton and Snowbird's huge terrain parks to the largest ski and snowboard resort in all of Utah: Canyons Resort.

During the warmer months the Utah ski resorts transform into concert venues and pleasant mountain retreats packed with warm-weather activities. Ride the alpine slides. Zip line through the tree. Hike, bike and run, then head back to the hotel for fine dining and entertainment.

Throughout the year many of the Utah ski resorts offer spa packages, fine dining, conference and retreat facilities in addition to hotel accommodations. Go Utah has complete information on all everything in and around the resorts, as well as nearby sightseeing and recreation opportunities.

Each of the Utah ski resorts' accommodations, amenities and rules differ greatly so it is important to know what you're heading into. Park City's resorts are very close to each other, though they are all unique in size and style of slopes. Other resorts, such as Wolf Creek Utah and Brian Head are hundreds of miles apart and offer a wide variety of experiences.

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  • Alta
  • 2,200 Acres
  • 2,020 Feet
  • 7 Lifts

Alta Ski Area Alta Ski Area is a 66 year Utah tradition and a favorite with many locals. Alta is a skier's mountain, offering consistent snow and outstanding terrain. Alta is situated at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon amidst stunningly beautiful granite peaks.

  • Huntsville
  • 3,000 Acres
  • 3,000 Feet
  • 12 Lifts

Snowbasin Resort With 3,000 skiable acres and 3,000 vertical feet, Snowbasin is best known for wide-open bowls, gladed runs, manicured groomers, powder stashes days after a storm, and rarely a lift line. Snowbasin has world-class snowmaking and one of the most advanced lift systems in the West. Enjoy award-winning cuisine including mountaintop dining with spectacular views and magnificent day lodges.

  • Huntsville
  • 3,600 acres
  • 3400 feet
  • 9 Lifts

Snowbasin Resort is the largest resort in the Ogden area, overing a good selection of runs on varied terrain. It will be the site of the Downhill and Super G events for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Snowbasin tends to be much less crowded than the resorts nea

  • Snowbird
  • 2,500 Acres
  • 3,240 Feet
  • 11 Lifts

Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort Snowbird is one of Salt Lake's biggest and most conveniently located ski resorts. Great slopes, deluxe amenities, and the fastest lift in North America are only some of the perks you get when visiting Snowbird.

  • Sundance
  • 450 acres
  • 2150 feet
  • 3 Lifts

Sundance Resort offers the only downhill skiing in the Provo area. Sundance is a small facility compared to most of its competitors up north, but it is also less crowded and has a certain rustic charm about it.

  • Park City
  • 3,300 Acres
  • 3,100 Feet
  • 15 Lifts

Park City Mountain Resort Park City Mountain Resort, located in the heart of Park City, Utah, is the most accessible mountain resort in North America. We are just 36 miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport. Once again ranked a Top-5 ski resort by the readers of SKI magazine and a Top-10 resort by the readers of Skiing, Freeskier and Transworld Snowboarding. You can fly in the morning and be on the slopes by noon!

  • Logan
  • 664 Acres
  • 1,600 Feet
  • 3 Lifts

Beaver Mountain Ski Resort is located all by itself along the northern border of Utah. Being relatively isolated, it is mostly a local destination. It does, however, offer some good skiing at great rates on a smaller scale than the large resorts further south.

  • Brian Head
  • 540+ acres
  • 1700 feet
  • 9 Lifts

Brian Head Resort Brian Head Resort is Southern Utah and Southern Nevada's premier winter resort, with an average annual snowfall of over 400 inches of dry, light Utah powder and 500+ acres of terrain for all ability levels. Honored as a "Top Family Getaway” by the Family Travel Forum, it features spectacular red rock scenery, and a reputation for a friendly, uncrowded atmosphere.

  • Brighton
  • 1,050 Acres
  • 1,750 Feet
  • 8 Lifts

Brighton is a mid-sized ski area that is a favorite with families with kids. Brighton has been around since 1936, and while it is one of the oldest ski resorts in the country, it is also one of the most diverse and modern. It is very popular with snowboarders.

  • Park City
  • 4,000 Acres
  • 3,190 Feet
  • 19 Lifts

Canyons Resort From the vibrant village après ski scene to North America’s only heated chairlift, Utah’s largest ski resort has everything you could want for your winter getaway, including 182 unique ski and snowboarding trails. And it’s all only 35 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport.

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