The Best Ski Resorts in Utah
Utah is home to big mountains, thousands of acres of skiable terrain, and everything from top-end resorts to small local hills with only day use facilities. With such a wide range of options, it can be hard to find the resort that’s just right for your winter vacation. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the best ski resorts in Utah!
The Top 3 Ski Resorts in Utah
Snowbird, located up Little Cottonwood Canyon, has long been known as one of the best skiing locations in the world. Their featured ski resort, The Cliff Lodge, is a casual ski-in hotel with shopping and fine dining.
Alta Ski Area is beautiful all year round, but nothing is quite as breathtaking as their mountains during skiing season. The Snowpine Lodge at Alta Ski Area boasts a unique skiing experience that invites thrill-seekers to test their skills.
The snow at Brighton Resort is traditionally light, fluffy and dry, making it a paradise for riders & skiers. At the very top of Big Cottonwood Canyon, Bright gets the very best of the “greatest snow on earth,” and lots of it.It’s easy to see why Brighton is often found on lists of the best ski resorts in Utah.
The Best of the Rest
There are other resorts that could have easily made our list of the best ski resorts in Utah, but had to be excluded. Not every resort can be the best! However, here are some other resorts to consider:Solitude Mountain Resort
No matter what you’re looking for, there’s bound to be a ski resort for you here in the great state of Utah. We hope this list can make your decision a little easier.
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