Just an hour from Salt Lake International Airport, Robert Redford’s Sundance Mountain Resort is known as much for its world-class lodging and dining, stunning scenery and its thriving indie film scene as it is for its skiing.
At 450 acres, the resort has an elevation drop of 2,150 feet and 42 runs that cater to all experience levels. What’s more, the resort’s proximity to Park City and Deer Valley make it easy to experience the best of Utah’s ski scene.
Sundance Mountain Resort offers night skiing on certain nights, and also features a Nordic Ski Center. The resort has on-mountain ski and snowboard rentals, and there is a ski and snowboard school that provides private and group lessons for kids and adults, as well as season-long programs. There is both slopeside lodging and dining at Sundance Mountain Resort, including a 360-degree view from the Bearclaw Cabin at the top of Ray and Reds lifts.
The season at the Sundance Mountain Resort generally runs from from the first week of December to the first week of April. The best snow coverage generally occurs between December and March. Expect longer lift lines and higher prices during the holidays, as well as the Sundance Film Festival in January.
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Rustic lofts, casual guestrooms and fully equipped mountain homes are all available Sundance Mountain Resort, which also has a “ stay and ski free ” package that includes two free ski/lift passes per bedroom with each day of stay. Homes range from two-bedroom cottages to seven-bedroom mansions with full kitchens and fireplaces and quick access to the resort’s dining, shopping and lifts.
Less than a mile from the Sundance Mountain Resort, Stewart Mountain Lodging has cabins, small homes and large residences that can sleep up to 18 people, with amenities that include hot tubs and wood-burning fireplaces.
Sundance Mountain Resort is about an hour and 20 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport. There are rental cars, shuttles and private cars available at the terminal. By car, head south from Salt Lake City towards Provo, then follow directions to Highway 189 and eventually to Scenic Route #92, just after the tunnel. Sundance is about 2 miles further.
Once at the resort, there are complimentary shuttles between the lifts and parking lot, and resort lodging also offers transport, though many guests opt to use the walking paths to get around.
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