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South Jordan  Utah  84095  US
LAT: 40.561279 LONG: -111.9015
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Nearby Ski Areas

Your Ski Trip Begins from this South Jordan, Utah Hotel's Location  
The world-renowned ski centers of the Rockies overlook South Jordan, Utah. This hotel's convenient access to I-15 and I-215 makes it easy to commute to a variety of slopes, from beginner to expert trails and snowboard-friendly areas.

Skiing near Salt Lake City includes: 

Alta Ski Area
Alta offers “old-school” skiing in the Little Cottonwood Canyon, where they do minimal grooming. The facilities are for skiers only.

  • Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
  • Base elevation: 8,530 feet
  • Top elevation: 10,550 feet
  • Skiable acres: 2,200
  • Runs: 116
  • Lifts: two quads, two triples, three doubles, three surface tows, one moving conveyer
  • The AltaBird Pass enables visitors to ski Alta as well as all of the neighboring Snowbird. Tram included.

Brighton
At Utah’s oldest resort, the focus is on snow, terrain and value. Friends and families can ride together on the same lift and then peel off onto different trails–beginner, intermediate or expert–and all meet at the bottom to ride back up again.

  • Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
  • Night skiing hours: 4-9 p.m., Mon-Sat, early December through March
  • Base elevation: 8,755 feet
  • Top elevation: 10,500 feet
  • Skiable acres: 1,050
  • Runs: 66
  • Lifts: five quads, one triple, one Magic Carpet
  • The SolBright Pass allows skiers and snowboarders to access both Brighton and Solitude via the groomed SolBright Run.

Snowbird
The Bird’s challenging slopes feature deep and steep terrain, including Utah’s longest vertical rise.

  • Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
  • Base elevation: 7,760 feet
  • Top elevation: 11,000 feet
  • Skiable acres: 2,500
  • Runs: 85
  • Lifts: one tram, four quads, six doubles, two conveyer lifts
  • The AltaBird Pass allows skiers access to Snowbird and all of the neighboring Alta. Tram included.

Solitude
Solitude is one of the most family-friendly resorts in the state, offering more beginner and intermediate slopes (70%) than other Utah ski resorts.

  • Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
  • Base elevation: 7,988 feet
  • Top elevation: 10,035 feet
  • Skiable acres: 1,200
  • Runs: 65
  • Lifts: five quads, one triple, two doubles
  • The SolBright Pass allows skiers and snowboarders to access both Brighton and Solitude via the groomed SolBright Run.

Ski areas within one hour include:

Canyons
Boasting more than 4,000 acres, Canyons is among the biggest ski areas in the entire US. The resort offers powder stashes, steeps, long corduroy cruisers and ample kids’ runs.

  • Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
  • Base elevation: 6,910 feet
  • Top elevation: 9,990 feet
  • Skiable acres: 3,700
  • Runs: 182
  • Lifts: One eight-person gondola, one double, two triples, five quads, six high-speed quads, one high-speed six pack, two surface lifts

Deer Valley
Deer Valley is ranked one of the best ski resorts in North America and is known for its upper-crust, meticulously groomed runs.

  • Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
  • Base elevation: 6,570 feet
  • Top elevation: 9,570 feet
  • Skiable acres: 2,026
  • Runs: 100
  • Lifts: 13 quads, five triples, two doubles, one gondola

Park City Mountain Resort
Park City Mountain Resort is a family favorite for its stone’s throw access to Utah’s most famous mountain town and lots of wide-open, groomed intermediate runs.

  • Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
  • Night skiing until 9 p.m. offered Christmas Day through the end of March
  • Base elevation: 6,900 feet
  • Top elevation: 10,000 feet
  • Skiable acres: 3,300
  • Runs: 107
  • Lifts: four high-speed six-passenger chairs, three high-speed quads, five triples, four doubles, Magic Carpet in children’s learning area

Powder Mountain
The purists love the back-to-basics atmosphere of Powder Mountain, also known as Pow Mow. Powder Mountain is built upside down, so you park near the top of its modest 2,005-foot vertical rise and ski down to the lifts.

  • Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
  • Base elevation: 6,900 feet 
  • Top elevation: 9,422 feet
  • Skiable acres: 7,000 (2,800 lift served)
  • Runs: 135
  • Lifts: two quads, one triple, one double, two surface tows, one platter tow

Snowbasin
Host of the 2002 Olympic downhill and super-G races, this resort features acres of untracked powder and feet-upon-feet of vertical runs.

  • Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
  • Base elevation: 6,400 feet
  • Top elevation: 9,350 feet
  • Skiable acres: 3,300
  • Runs: 113
  • Lifts: one tram, two gondolas, two quads, four triples, two surface lifts

Sundance
Boasting more than 4,000 acres, Sundance Resort is Robert Redford’s little piece of paradise in the Wasatch Mountains.

  • Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily
  • Night skiing until 9 a.m. Mon, Wed, Fri and Sat evenings
  • Base elevation: 6,100 feet
  • Top elevation: 8,250 feet
  • Skiable acres: 500
  • Runs: 42
  • Lifts: two triples, one double, one surface lift