Utah's Ski Resorts
Three major ski resorts in Utah—Park City Mountain Resort, Canyons Resort and Deer Valley Resort—encompass 52 lifts, 337 trails, an annual snowfall of 350 inches, and more than 8,800 acres of skiable terrain. Wyndham Vacation Rentals offers advance lift ticket purchases in conjunction with lodging for rental guests.
#2 – 2014 Best Ski Resorts in the West, Ski Magazine
Opening Day 2014 at Deer Valley Resort is December 6, 2014. Readers of Ski magazine have repeatedly named Deer Valley the #1 ski resort in North America. Host of the slalom, aerials and moguls events for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Deer Valley's four mountains offer a wide variety of terrain, including 90 runs, 6 bowls, 800 acres of glade skiing, and nearly 20 high-speed lifts and chairs. Explore our Travel Guide to learn more about Deer Valley Resort.
#5 – 2014 Best Ski Resorts in the West, Ski Magazine
Opening Day 2014 at Park City Mountain Resort is November 22, 2014. Named a top-ten resort by Ski magazine for nearly 20 consecutive seasons, Park City Mountain Resort boasts 3,300 acres of trails and terrain covering 7 peaks and 9 bowls—plus 3 world-class terrain parks and the 2002 Olympic Superpipe. Explore our Travel Guide to learn more about Park City Mountain Resort.
#10 – 2014 Best Ski Resorts in the West, Ski Magazine
Opening Day 2014 at Canyons Resort is November 28, 2014. One of the five largest ski resorts in the United States, Canyons Resort offers more than 3,700 skiable acres across 8 mountain peaks. Though skiers and boarders of any skill level can find a fit in the resort's variety of runs, nearly half of the terrain is labeled Black Diamond. Explore our Travel Guide to learn more about Canyons Resort.