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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