Where to Stay

The advantage of Utah's unparalleled access means less driving and more time for skiing and riding. The only real challenge is deciding if you want to stay in a slopeside lodge or a hotel in the city: maybe you want the nightlife of the Salt Lake City, Ogden or Provo metros, or maybe you want to sleep in an extra 30 minutes in the morning before hitting the slopes for some of the best skiing in Utah?

Of course, in Utah, you can have both, because the vibrant metropolitan corridor of the Wasatch Front sits minutes away from the foot of the Wasatch Mountain Range where most of our Utah ski resorts can be found. Even at the top of the state, the surprisingly urban amenities of Logan, home to Utah State University, are complemented by a short drive to one of two resorts.

Stick to a single top-ranked Utah ski resort or test your legs on multiple world-class slopes. There are 10 options within an hour of Salt Lake City International Airport. That makes Utah perfect both for quick getaways and extended stays, particularly in Salt Lake City, Ogden and Park City. Explore those city guides below, or check out some of Utah's other ski destinations, including the boutique and family-oriented resorts of Northern Utah and Southern Utah. Who knows, you may find your new favorite resort.

Between each epic day, you'll want a place to kick back and regenerate from the thousands of feet of vertical on The Greatest Snow on Earth®. So, where would you like to stay?