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Solitude Mountain Resort

Solitude Mountain Resort   |  Adam Clark
  • Opening Date: TBA
  • COVID-19 Operations: Lift Tickets Must Be Purchased In Advance, Following All State Health Guidelines
  • Weather: Chance Snow Showers, 19F

They say Solitude isn't just a name, it's a promise. Ask a Solitude season pass holder, they'll tell you the mountain resort is a relaxed environment, offers dozens of runs for all levels, has an abundance of hidden powder stashes and offers up plenty of opportunities for skiers and riders to challenge themselves. Up for the challenge? Solitude is an intermediate skier's delight. More than half of the 1,200 acres, 65 runs, 8 lifts and 2,000 vertical feet are labeled for those in the middle. It's crazy to think with all that mountainscape and the canyon's average 500 annual inches of The Greatest Snow on Earth® that peaceful seclusion is possible. Nevertheless, solitude is very much a reality. With so many incredible mountain ski resorts within an hour of Salt Lake City International Airport, there is certainly enough mountain to go around.

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Run Highlights

Run Tip: Warm up your ski legs off Sunrise and Moonbeam Express lifts, while experts choose among the trails off Summit, Eagle Express and Powderhorn II lifts.

Lodging

More lodging at the resort. If you plan to stay outside the resort, consider nearby Salt Lake City.

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Dining Highlight

Yurt Dining Adventure - If you’re looking for a different dining experience, strap on some snowshoes and follow your guide from the Village through a moonlit forest. The Yurt, lit with lanterns, beckons in a clearing. Inside, warm up, ditch the layers and watch the chef prepare a delicious five-course dinner. You’re less than a mile away from the Village, but it feels like you’re out in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by nature. Reports call this culinary experience “amazing” and that there’s “nothing else like it.” Helpful tip: bring your own alcohol.

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