Guide to Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at Utah Ski Resorts

By Abby Stanislaw Feb 26, 2024
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Guide to Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at Utah Ski Resorts

In recent years, several ski resorts in Utah have taken a significant step towards environmental responsibility by installing electric vehicle (EV) chargers. This initiative not only caters to the growing number of eco-conscious visitors but also aligns with Utah's commitment to a greener future. Below is a list of current (season 2023–24) EV charging stations near ski resorts followed by more in-depth information for each resort.

At a glance:


More details by region:
  • Wasatch Front:
    • Brighton has two level 2 (J1772) EV chargers. For more information click here
    • Solitude Mountain Resort currently does not have any chargers but is planning on installing them summer 2024.
    • Alta Ski Area has two EV chargers. One is located on the east end of the Albion Day Lodge, the other is located in the front row of the Wildcat parking lot. More info here.
    • Snowbird has EV chargers available to lodge guests only. Two (J1772) Level 2 chargers and two tesla chargers. The speed of the charge depends on how many other Teslas are plugged in at the time.
  • Wasatch Back:
    • Park City Mountain currently does not have any chargers installed into their parking lots. The best way to use a charger and access Park City Mountain is to park at the Ecker Hill Park and Ride where there are two EV chargers, then hop on the bus into Park City or The Canyons Base Area at Park City. The Silverado, Hyatt, and Waldorf Astoria hotels also have EV chargers available to hotel guests.
    • Deer Valley Resort has two level 2 chargers at the resort that are free to use on a first come first serve basis. They ask that guests only park in these spots when actively charging their vehicles. The hours of operation are 8am to 9pm, no overnight parking is allowed. These are used pretty regularly and are part of a greater network of free chargers in the Park City area. The Lodges at Deer Valley also have two chargers. Additionally, nearby lodging properties, Montage and St. Regis hotels, offer free level 2 chargers for their guests. 
  • Southern Utah:


As Utah's ski resorts embrace the future with electric vehicle chargers, they not only cater to the needs of environmentally conscious visitors but also set an example for sustainable tourism. The next time you plan a ski trip to Utah, consider not only the powder conditions but also the resorts that are making strides toward a cleaner, greener future. Together, we can carve a path towards sustainability.