Explore By Wasatch Region
George Jedenoff is a 95 year old skier from Oakland, CA. who skis Alta, UT. With a lifetime season pass and a healthy lifestyle George shows us that skiing can be a part of any stage of life.
Surf's up this spring in Utah. Come take a ride with Snowbird Athlete Ryan Hudson in a foot of fresh pow. Come get your own piece this spring. Music: "Big Kids" by Hang Time. hangtimehangtime.bandcamp.com Photography and Edit: Tim Roberts
Ever wonder what goes into making a terrain park. Watch this timelapse of a park build by Griffin Lopp and the Snowbasin Park Crew as they prepare a venue for the Friday Night Jib Fights. Photography: Tim Roberts and Alex Romashko (www.free2beproductions.com) Music: "Awesome / Rad" by Hang Time http://hangtimehangtime.bandcamp.com/
Start your day with some Super Loops at Powder Mountain. Ski the Lightning Ridge Cat, Ride Paradise and Hidden Lake, ride Powder Country, take the Powder Country shuttle and Repeat until your legs catch on fire. Athletes: Ryan Hudson, Alex Gavic, and Patrick Lundin Music: Future of the Ghost - "Run Free Little Bird"
Wipe the visions of Salisbury steak, mixed vegetables and mystery gravies from your mind. These buffets (it sounds better if you pronounce it boo-fay with a French accent) offer a bounty of fresh pastries, chef-inspired entrees and tricked-out treats.
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.
Powder Mountain, Snowbasin, and Wolf Mountain ski resorts live here, as well as the infamous Shooting Star Saloon, the country's oldest bar west of the Mississippi.
Downtown Ogden's Historic 25th Street is a lively area with plenty of bars, restaurants, and hotels just 45 minutes north of the SLC airport. Powder Mountain, Snowbasin and Wolf Mountain's slopes are 30 minutes away.
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.
Here you can have it all, as downtown serves up the perfect juxtaposition between powder and big city life. Located at the base of the Wasatch Mountains, 11 ski resorts are less than an hour away.
Brighton and Solitude Resorts offer world-class skiing, receiving over 500 inches of snow annually, all just 14 miles away from the Salt Lake Valley and 45 minutes from the SLC airport.
Alta and Snowbird ski resorts offer world-class skiing, receiving over 500 inches of snow annually, all just 10 miles away from the Salt Lake Valley and 45 minutes from the SLC airport.
Stay in Salt Lake’s South Valley and sample a different ski resort every day. Catch the ski bus to Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, or Solitude. The Park City area is only 30 minutes away. Luxurious and affordable rental houses, condos and hotel options abound.
A quick escape to the mountains, Park City is a mere 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport. This area encompasses three ski resorts that are year-round destinations: Canyons Resort, Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort.
Only seven miles from historic Park City town, Kimball Junction is within minutes of Canyons, Deer Valley, and Park City Mountain Resorts yet just a short 30 minute drive to the SLC airport.
The slopes of Park City Mountain Resort meet historic Park City town, complete with 100 bars and restaurants. Hop on the free shuttle which services Deer Valley Resort just minutes away and Canyons Resort seven miles to the north. Park City town is a mere 35-minute drive to the SLC airpo
Deer Valley Resort, a skiers-only mountain, and for the fifth year in a row, it’s been named the #1 ski resort in North America by the readers of SKI magazine.
Beautiful Sundance Resort sits 25 minutes southwest, Provo is 40 minutes away, and Park City is 25 minutes to the north. The pastoral community of Heber and neighboring Midway offer a scenic retreat at the base of Mt. Timpanogos.