Ski, play, sleep. Repeat. In Utah, our legendary snow is so close to our terrific lodging options, you can do more of everything. Luxury hotels and rustic lodges with slopeside access and seriously decadent après ski? Absolutely. Ski-in/ski out condos? Boutique hotels and B&Bs? Definitely. Dorm-style bunks for the hard core? Of course. And the sky is the limit when it comes to amenities – from world-class, pampering spas to feathery down comforters.
Tucked away in the beautiful mountains of Northern Utah lies Beaver Mountain, the oldest family owned and operated ski resort in North America. A great place for kids to ski, Beaver Mountain is 30 miles from the college town of Logan.
Spanning from the Ogden Valley, home of Powder Mountain, Wolf Mountain, and Snowbasin, to Sundance Resort in the south, with Park City and Salt Lake destinations in between, find 11 of Utah’s 14 ski resorts within this region that are less than an hour’s drive from Salt Lake City International Airport.
Only an hour from Salt Lake City International Airport and downtown Salt Lake City sit the stunning slopes of Powder Mountain, Snowbasin, and Wolf Mountain where crowded lift lines don’t exist. Located in downtown Ogden, Historic 25th Street brings big city restaurants and entertainment to the mountain’s edge.
Minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, you’ll find big city amenities from the ballet to professional basketball to dining options that abound. Yet 11 legendary ski resorts are perched only 30 to 60 minutes away. The Salt Lake area serves as the gateway to snow, as Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons, Ogden, and Park City are all within a short distance.
A quick escape to the mountains, Park City is a mere 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport. Canyons Resort, Deer Valley, and Park City Mountain Resort all call Park City home.