Ski Resorts To Shout About: The Best Of Utah Edition

When you’re looking for the perfect ski resort, there are so many locations across the country that you could consider. With the luxury of Aspen or the charm of Sugarbush, our incredible homelands have a lot on offer. But when you’re feeling burned out and you need an incredible ski trip to help you unwind, you should head to Utah. This desert drenched state offers something special when it comes to skiing, surrounded by some of the most gorgeous natural mountains our country has to offer. So, without further delay, here are five of the best Utah ski resorts that you should consider for your next snow-topped trip.

Deer Valley

Deer Valley is definitely one of the most popular resorts Utah has to offer. It sports some stunning views during both summer and winter and has an eclectic mix of entertainment and events to showcase too. Alongside skiing, there’s snowmobiling on offer, and there’s always tuition should you need it. With stunning traditional style lodgings and an incredible range of restaurants on offer, you’ll find that trip can be topped with ease.

Park City Mountain Resort

The cosmopolitan town of Park City isn’t always thought of for its skiing, but it’s an incredible place to enjoy some first class slopes and then some. Just a stone’s throw away from the Deer Valley slopes, the Park City Mountains are continuously proving themselves as a skier’s (and snowboarder’s) paradise. But that’s not all. In town, you can enjoy a wealth of shopping opportunities and the popular Sundance Festival is another attraction to head to town for.


As another popular resort in Utah, you’ll find that Snowbasin offers you a wealth of excitement alongside skiing. By staying in a convenient location, such as the Comfort Suites Ogden, you should find that you can access the nordic trails and terrain parks with ease. There’s a wide array of year-round entertainment to enjoy alongside the allure of the slopes, and the nearby dining options will give you the 360 Snowbasin experience.

Powder Mountain

Between the counties of Weber and Cache, you’ll find Powder Mountain. Also close to Ogden, this incredibly popular ski resort found in Eden, Utah spans a long winter season, boasts over 160 runs and two different terrain parks. All of which is easily enjoyable from whichever location you’re staying in But it’s also a stunning snow-blanketed natural beauty. The resort’s three eating houses will keep the ski lifestyle going for you, and provide a great atmosphere to enjoy with family and friends.

Brighton Ski Resort

Brighton is one of those charismatic ski resorts that you won’t hear too much about unless you hear it first hand. Located in the town of Brighton, atop the Big Cottonwood Canyon it’s a paradise full of fluffy snow for winter sports lovers. All abilities are catered for, along with un-groomed terrains and four terrain parks too. There’s also night skiing available with 22 runs that are fully lit. Decorated with incredible eateries, transport links to local towns, and shopping, what more could you want?


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