Skiing in Utah

If you are looking for a state for your ski holiday, then the diversity of ski options and wealth of accommodation options, such as Deer Valley condo rentals and Park City accommodations, make Utah an easy choice. With a great number of resorts, you can choose one that suits your needs, whether they are based upon ability, location, nearby facilities or anything else you can think of. This state really offers so much variety. Below are some of the destinations in Utah that you can head to if you are seeking a ski fix, however, do your own research as there are tons of others out there.

Canyons Resort

As the largest resort in the Park City, it lays claim to having the Greatest Snow on Earth, meaning that you will not be disappointed. With a focus upon intermediate and advanced runs, this place is maybe more geared towards the more experienced skier. The accommodation on offer is varied, similar to the Deer Valley condo rentals, which means it caters to all group sizes and their needs. There are 182 runs to keep the skier happy, which is a lot of runs!

Deer Valley Resort

Being only 37 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport, this place is in prime location accessibility wise. This place incorporates a higher number of beginner and intermediate slopes, meaning that this place is well suited to the family or group of lower ability. There are a small number of advanced runs that will keep the adventurous occupied as well. With just over 100 runs, there is plenty to do here, and some places to stay like the Deer Valley condo rentals.

Park City Mountain Resort

Variety in the slope difficulty is the key to this big-time resort. With a fairly even split over the slope difficulty, every member of a group is catered to, regardless of ability. Similarly, some of the Park City accommodation, like the Deer Valley condo rentals, will accommodate to any group size. The resort is located just above the old town, meaning that it is very accessible and there are some fantastic après-ski options only a lift ride away from the resort.

Snowbird

If you are a lover of powder, then this is where you should be heading, with over five hundred inches falling annually. The runs are probably some of the most diverse in the country, and the 169 total numbers of runs is definitely something that could keep any skier entertained for weeks.

Snowbasin Resort

Intermediate skiers should consider Snowbasin, as it has a focus upon this level of difficulty. There is the Ogden valley, only 8 miles away, which offers great après-ski, something that isn’t always easy to find in Park City when you leave you Park City accommodation.

Beaver Mountain

If you are looking for a smaller, quaint resort, then this is the place. The area is still family-owned and has been operating since 1939. There are 48 runs split evenly between the difficulties, and some accommodation options that make the Deer Valley condo rentals on offer at the seem vast.

There you have it, some of the options you can choose from for your Utah ski vacation. Whether you choose your resort based on difficulty, accommodation, with the Deer Valley condo rentals being some of the best, or facilities, Utah will not disappoint.

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