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Northern Utah showcases an abundance of highly regarded snowmobiling lands, lots of cross-country action and some terrific ice fishing to round out your winter stay in this tranquil, more rural region of the state. But don't let that fool you: Logan is home to a vibrant college-town atmosphere, inclusive of great dining, performing arts and plentiful accommodations.
Where to Stay Near the Resort
There are more than a dozen lodging choices in Cache Valley (Logan), ranging from economy hotels to a bed and breakfast. Browse here for some alternative options.
Getting to the Resort
Travel about 90 minutes from Salt Lake City or Pocatello, Idaho, to Logan, and then under 30 minutes to the resort. From Logan, follow this simple map directing you to the resort. Easy peasy!
Ready to plan your resort stay? Browse more detailed information about the Resort (lift passes, trails, summer activities, etc.) here.
The Logan area once hosted the Shoshoni tribe’s ancestral hunting for thousands of years and is still home to great examples of early Mormon pioneer architecture, including the Temple and Tabernacle.
Utah Skiing Made Easy: Five Scenic and Awesome Runs for Confident Beginning Skiers
Ski resorts often provide tours, lessons or skiing tips for beginners. Ready? Take a chairlift to the best, most scenic skiing for beginners’ slopes in Utah.
Utah's Kid Ski Culture
Utah is happy to help you support your future skier or rider, and make things fun for parents, too. Read our guide to teaching kids to ski and plan a trip!