For the latest information on lift tickets at any of Park City's three world-class ski resorts, please visit their respective websites. Each resort is just minutes from your front door.

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Rated the #1 ski resort in North America by the readers of SKI magazine for an astonishing five years in a row (2008-2012), Deer Valley Resort has become famous for revolutionizing ski area service. Since opening in 1981, Deer Valley has been committed to delivering an obsessive-compulsive attention to detail to, well, ALL the details. 

Visit www.deervalley.com or call 435-649-1000 or toll-free 800-424-DEER (3337).

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What’s behind Canyons’ slow but steady rise in SKI magazine polls—from No. 18 in 2010 to its breakthrough into the top 10? It could be the fact that nearly every reader comment includes the word “upgrades,” “changes,” or “improvements.” Needless to say, skiers have enjoyed Canyons’ aggressive capital-improvement plan, which has included a new terrain pod, four chairlifts (one heated), and several dining upgrades. 

Visit www.canyonsresort.com or call 435-649-5400 or toll-free 866-604-4170.

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When it comes to convenience and family-friendly options, Park City Mountain Resort corners the market. Park City Mountain Resort encompasses 3,300 acres, 3,100 vertical feet, nine bowls and eight peaks offering signature groomed runs, bumps, powder, trees, terrain parks and the Eagle Superpipe. 

Visit www.parkcitymountain.com or call 435-649-8111 or toll-free 800-222-PARK (7275).

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The Utah Olympic Legacy is a remarkable facility offering a variety of winter adventures, both free and paid, including the Comet Bobsled Ride (you'll rip through 15 turns, reach speed of about 80 mph, and experience up to 5 G's of force), the Rocket Skeleton Ride, Adventures Courses and the Drop Tower, Athlete Training and guided tours of the Olympic venues and free tours of the Alf Engen Ski Museum and Eccles Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum. Family fun for everyone.

Visit www.utaholympiclegacy.com or call 435-658-4200.

 

For the latest information on lift tickets at any of Salt Lake City's world-class ski resorts, please visit their respective websites. Each resort is a close drive from Park City.

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Nestled at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon, Alta's unique setting leads to unforgettable skiing with varied terrain, breathtaking alpine scenery and superb snow conditions. Consistently rated #1 in snow quality, Alta's copious light and dry snow attracts beginner, intermediate and expert powderhounds. Skis only, though! Snowboards aren't allowed within Alta's boundary. Visit www.alta.com or call 801-359-1078.

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Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort is easily accessible, despite its average annual snowfall of 500 inches. Surrounded by the soaring granite ridges of Little Cottonwood Canyon, Snowbird and its neighbor, Alta, have been named the No. 1 ski resorts in the U.S. for the past five years. Best known for its powder snow and continuous runs, Snowbird features a 125-passenger aerial tram and the Peruvian Tunnel. Visit www.snowbird.com or call 801-933-2222.

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Since 1936, Big Cottonwood Canyon's Brighton Resort has been delighting skiers and snowboarders with incredible snow and exceptional value. Featuring family friendly terrain and a commitment to quality, Brighton remains modern, convenient and popular among Utahns and beyond.  With a terrain park, groomed runs and access to more extreme terrain, Brighton offers something for everyone. Visit www.brightonresort.com or call 801-532-4731 or toll-free 800-873-5512.

 

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12 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon, Solitude offers skiers and snowboarders a refuge from crowds.  Boasting quiet beauty, Solitude offers 1,200 acres of wide-open bowls, glades, chutes and gentle cruisers.  Never too crowded and always thrilling, Solitude welcomes skiers and boarders of all ages and skill levels. Visit www.skisolitude.com or call 801-534-1400.

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Nestled in the northern Wasatch Mountains, Snowbasin is 40 miles from Salt Lake City, near Ogden, Utah. With over 2,400 acres of trails, bowls and glades, Snowbasin offers terrain for every skier and snowboarder, though its refined, European-inspired architecture and breathtaking scenery attract nearly as many visitors as its slopes. With exceptional cuisine, a snowsports learning center and family-friendly prices, Snowbasin offers an all-around mountain experience. Visit www.snowbasin.com or call toll-free 888-437-5488.

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Featuring 5,500 skiable acres of wild and mild terrain, Ogden’s Powder Mountain offers more terrain than any other resort in North America.  Powder Mountain boasts “100% Real Snow,” as well as a variety of slopeside and nearby lodging, hearty cuisine options, a snowsports school and several ski shops. Visit www.powdermountain.net or call 801-745-3772.