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Sundance Mountain Resort

Sundance Ski Resort
  • Status: Open
  • Weather: Partly Cloudy, 30F

Rustic, elegant and handmade are some of the words that capture the feeling of Sundance Mountain Resort. This log cabin-esque skiing resort that Robert Redford built is only an hour from Salt Lake International Airport. Compared to its neighboring Utah resorts, Sundance has a cozy, nestled quality, yet there’s plenty of room. Its 45 runs across more than 450 acres still pack in 2,150 vertical feet and the spectacular snow of Utah. It's simply first class and considered one of the top rated ski resorts in the United States.

Plan Your Ski Trip

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Sundance Trail Map

50 Runs

2,150 Feet of Vert

500 Skiable Acres

1 Hour From Salt Lake City

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Passes and Tickets

Whether you’re here for the season or visiting for a week, there are plenty of ways to enjoy Sundance Mountain Resort. Don’t have a season pass? No problem. Full and half-day passes are available for both daytime and night skiing.

Unlimited and VIP Season Passes: With unlimited and VIP season passes, skiers and snowboarders receive benefits like gear rental and lift discounts, ticketing benefits for friends and family and three days of skiing at partner resorts. 

S-Card: When it comes to getting to the mountain, you can easily purchase a day or night lift pass at the resort. The reloadable S-Card is the best way to get a discount on lift tickets without a season pass for return guests who want to save money. It’s a great option for locals and out-of-state visitors who want to visit the resort more than once. 

Book Early & Save: Book your suite ahead of the season and receive two complimentary ski passes per night you stay. This special includes lodging in a private mountain cottage, two complimentary lift tickets (night included) and daily yoga and wellness classes. 

Sundance Passes and Tickets

Lessons and Ski School

It doesn't matter if you’re new to the mountain or a seasoned skier who wants to improve their technique – group or private lessons can help you gain confidence on the slopes. All lessons at the Sundance Mountain Resort Ski and Snowboard School are taught by PSIA/AASI certified instructors. (Read: "Learn to Ski & Ride Better")

Group Lessons: Group lessons are available for anyone above five years and are arranged based on skill level and age. There are both half-day and full-day options available. Children can be dropped off for group lessons but must be picked up for lunch and at the end of class.

Private & Semi-Private Ski Lessons: Private or semi-private instruction time is available for all age groups and skill levels. For young children under five, private instruction is required.

Ladies Day Ski Clinics: These clinics are designed for women of all ages and skill levels who want to improve their ski or snowboard skills in a fun, comfortable environment. Lessons are organized based on ability level.

Sundance Ski and Snowboard School

Run Highlights

Resort Information

Who is Sundance for?

Sundance Mountain Resort is about more than winter sports – it’s about art, community and conserving nature. Whether you’re skiing, hiking, taking a class at the art studio or just visiting to get away for a moment, this is a place for anyone who wants to disconnect and reset. You don’t have to be an expert skier, hiker or mountain biker to enjoy the resort. There are options and activities for people of all skill levels and interests.
 

Robert Redford's Legacy

In 1969, actor, director and activist Robert Redford purchased the land now known as Sundance Mountain Resort. The Ute tribes that initially lived in the area inspired him to create a haven for environmental conservation and artistic expression. Sundance is now globally synonymous with art, film, nature and a sense of community.

Sustainability and Conservation 

Since 1969, Sundance Mountain Resort has been dedicated to green policies and protecting the environment. Visitors can participate in a resort-wide recycling program and lodging guests have the option to participate in a linen reuse program to save water and energy. Water throughout the resort comes from local mountain-fed springs and bottled water is not offered in lodging units to reduce plastic waste.

Sundance Film Festival 

While the Sundance Film Festival primarily happens in Park City, Sundance Mountain Resort is where it all started. With cozy cottage lodging and ticket packages available, enjoy the upcoming festival in its alpine birthplace.

Parking and Transporation 

On weekdays, parking is complimentary for all guests. On weekends, parking is free for cars with four or more people to encourage carpooling. This helps the resort with its continuous conservation efforts. For vehicles with less than four people, parking ranges between $10 and $20. See more Utah ski vacation tips.

Night Skiing

Witness the splendor of Sundance beneath the stars. Most of the front mountain is open for night skiing during the winter season on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights. Runs that are open at night include Top Gun, Montoya, Stampede and Maverick. As of 2021, the Terrain Park will be open for night skiing.

Restaurants & Places to Relax

Snow Report

Full Report

  • Alta Ski Area

    Alta Ski Area

    New Snow: 1″

    Base Depth: 85″

    Open Runs: 110/118

    Opening: 11/24/2021

    Closing: 04/24/2022

  • Beaver Mountain

    Beaver Mountain

    New Snow: 2″

    Base Depth: 58″

    Open Runs: 46/48

    Opening: 12/22/2021

    Closing: TBD

  • Brian Head Ski Resort

    Brian Head Ski Resort

    New Snow: 5″

    Base Depth: 45″

    Open Runs: 57/71

    Opening: 11/24/2021

    Closing: 04/17/2022

  • Brighton

    Brighton

    New Snow: 2″

    Base Depth: 73″

    Open Runs: 65/66

    Opening: 11/23/2021

    Closing: TBD

  • Cherry Peak

    Cherry Peak

    New Snow: 2″

    Base Depth: 38″

    Open Runs: 38/20

    Opening: 12/21/2021

    Closing: TBD

  • Deer Valley Resort

    Deer Valley Resort

    New Snow: 2″

    Base Depth: 48″

    Open Runs: 100/103

    Opening: 12/04/2021

    Closing: 04/17/2022

  • Eagle Point

    Eagle Point

    New Snow: 1″

    Base Depth: 60″

    Open Runs: 39/39

    Opening: 12/17/2021

    Closing: TBD

  • Nordic Valley

    Nordic Valley

    New Snow: 1″

    Base Depth: 30″

    Open Runs: 40/40

    Opening: 12/11/2021

    Closing: TBD

  • Park City Mountain

    Park City Mountain

    New Snow: 2″

    Base Depth: 42″

    Open Runs: 301/341

    Opening: 11/28/2021

    Closing: 04/17/2022

  • Powder Mountain

    Powder Mountain

    New Snow: 2″

    Base Depth: 50″

    Open Runs: 154/154

    Opening: 12/17/2021

    Closing: TBD

  • Snowbasin Resort

    Snowbasin Resort

    New Snow: 2″

    Base Depth: 43″

    Open Runs: 111/107

    Opening: 12/11/2021

    Closing: TBD

  • Snowbird

    Snowbird

    New Snow: 1″

    Base Depth: 80″

    Open Runs: 140/141

    Opening: 12/01/2021

    Closing: TBD

  • Solitude Mountain Resort

    Solitude Mountain Resort

    New Snow: 3″

    Base Depth: 68″

    Open Runs: 66/82

    Opening: 11/23/2021

    Closing: TBD

  • Sundance Mountain Resort

    Sundance Mountain Resort

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 44″

    Open Runs: 42/50

    Opening: 12/18/2021

    Closing: TBD

  • Woodward Park City

    Woodward Park City

    New Snow: 1″

    Base Depth: 34″

    Open Runs: 5/11

    Opening: 12/11/2021

    Closing: TBD

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