Ski and Snow Sports

In the winter, Utah’s mountains become a playground for snow enthusiasts looking for the best ski destinations around. Visitors from all over the world flock to the powder at  Utah’s ski areas, while others prefer backcountry adventures like snowmobiling, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing or ski touring. The 2002 Winter Olympics, held mainly in Salt Lake City and Park City, helped to secure Utah’s reputation as one of the world’s best ski destinations, and these premier winter resort facilities continue to train amateur and elite athletes alike, making for a remarkable travel experience. It’s one thing to say you went skiing in Utah, but how about taking a ride in the Comet Bobsled with icy turns at over 60 mph, Nordic skiing on portions of the Olympic course at Soldier Hollow or lacing up skates to take laps with your kids on “The Fastest Ice on Earth” at the Olympic Oval, just 30 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City.

Still not sure where to go snowboarding or skiing in Utah and where to stay and eat on your vacation? Start with our ski and snowboard planner to orient you to Utah’s 14 mountain ski resorts and provide you with tips to ensure awesome vacations on The Greatest Snow on Earth.

When the snow falls, follow the Official Utah snow report on this page, powered by Ski Utah.