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Distances from park city to utah ski resorts

Winter is around the corner. We realize that sometimes we need to adventure outside of Park City Ski Area will staying in Park City and enjoy the surrounding areas. We brought to you today Swe have provided the Distances from Park City to Utah Ski Resorts.

Solitude – 42 minutes from Park City

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Arceage: 1200
# of Lifts: 8
# of Runs: 77

Located just twelve miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon, Solitude Mountain Resort feels different than other resorts…feels looser, less crowded somehow. Solitude has over 1,200 acres of skiable terrain, ranging from groomed runs to powder glades and Nordic trails. Solitude Mountain Resort has 77 named runs with eight chairlifts, including four high-speed quads, two fixed quads, one triple chair and one double chair.

Solitude also offers a variety of lodging options and dining choices. The mountain averages 500 inches of snowfall per year.*

Snowbird – 42 minutes from Park City

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Acreage: 2500
# of Lifts: 11
# of Runs: 169

Snowbird Ski Resort is nestled in Little Cottonwood Canyon in the heart of the Wasatch-Cache National Forrest approximately one mile down the road from Alta Ski Resort. Snowbird is a powder lover’s dream with over five hundred inches falling annually. Utah’s famous ultra-light dry powder piles up high on Snowbird’s terrain that is diverse, steep, and lots of fun. The resort boasts the longest ski season in Utah.

Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort is home to many activities besides skiing and snowboarding. During the summer months, visitors will find gorgeous hikes, mountain bike trails and streams chock-full of fish.

Sundance – 48 Minutes from Park City

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Arceage: 450
# of Lifts: 5
# of Runs: 45

Sundance Resort is set in a unique, small town atmosphere. The resort is set against majestic 12,000 foot Mount Timpanogos. The resort offers 42 runs spread out over 450 acres of skiable terrain. Experts will enjoy the steep, wide-open bowls while beginners and intermediates can stick to the groomed slopes. There are several restaurants and bars located at the resort, including the Bearclaw Cabin, as well as a grocery and general store. Literary, arts, music, and film are featured in Sundance’s ongoing entertainment weekend series. The resort also offers night skiing on certain evenings.

Brighton – 48 Minutes from Park City

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Acreage: 1050
# of Lifts: 6
# of Runs: 66

Brighton Resort is a great choice for skiers and riders who are looking for consistent snowfall combined with immaculately groomed trails and a wide variety of beginner to advanced terrain. Brighton Ski Resort is an excellent option for families due to terrain that allows for beginners and intermediates to ski off of the same lift.
The resort is home to a great ski and snowboard school with a group and private lessons for every ability level. The ski area also offers night skiing with over 200 illuminated acres. The resort is a great combination of terrain and snow quality and one of Utah’s favorites.

Alta – 48 Minutes from Park City

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Arceage: 2,200
# of Lifts: 11
# of Runs: 116

Alta Ski Area is world renowned for having excellent snowfall combined with some of the most diverse and challenging terrains in North America. Located about a mile up the road from Snowbird in the Little Cottonwood Canyon, Alta Ski Area features 2,200 acres of skiable terrain and averages 560 inches of snowfall each season.
Alta is one of the oldest ski areas in the United States and has been spinning the lifts since 1939. Alta Ski Area restricts access to skiers only.

Nordic Valley – 87 Minutes from Park City

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Acreage: 88
# of Lifts: 3
# of Runs: 22

Born in 1968 in the heart of Wasatch mountains in Eden, UT, Nordic Valley was a training ground for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Formerly known as Wolf Mountain, Nordic Valley is one of the most accessible, family and budget friendly resorts in Utah’s powder country. With 500 acres of accessible terrain that can accommodate beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers and riders – future plans include a new gondola, new lifts, a retail village to accommodate year-round activities.

Snowbasin – 88 Minutes from Park City

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Arceage: 3000
# of Lifts: 12
# of Runs: 104

Often overlooked because of the famous resorts in Park City and the Cottonwood Canyons, Snowbasin is a gem of a resort, located 45 minutes from the Salt Lake International Airport and eight miles from Ogden Valley. Snowbasin has diverse terrain ranging from beginner to expert, with three terrain parks, wide-open bowls, trees and glades, groomers and an abundance of light, Utah powder. Downtown Ogden offers a great aprés scene for when it’s time to retire from the slopes.

Powder Mountain – 91 Minutes from Park City

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Arceage: 7,000
# of Lifts: 7
# of Runs: 144

Featuring over 7000 acres of accessible terrain, Powder Mountain boasts the most skiable acreage of any resort in the United States. In addition to “Pow Mow’s” 2,800 acres of lift served terrain, they have 1,200 acres serviced by their Powder Country Shuttle, 700 acres accessed via the Lightning Ridge Snowcat Ride, as well as a Backcountry Tour Area that has 3,000 acres serviced by the Snowcat Powder Safari and 1,000 acres accessed by the DMI/Wolf Canyon Tours. The mountain receives over 500 inches of the Greatest Snow on Earth® annually and consists of 144 ski trails, that include two terrain parks.

Cherry Peak – 127 Minutes from Park City

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Acreage: 280
# of Lifts: 2
# of Runs: 29

Cherry Peak started up two of its triple chairlifts and the 550-foot-long magic carpet. A third lift is slated to come online next winter. Skiers and riders can test out a terrain park, powder bowls, nightly skiing and riding, lessons, and rentals.