DEER VALLEY

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Skiing at Deer Valley is an experience like no other. The snow is always fresh, the runs are well-groomed, and the views are breathtaking. Deer Valley is one of the most popular ski resorts in the United States, and for good reason. For immaculately groomed slopes, free from crowds, Deer Valley can’t be beaten. In a secluded mountain setting, its luxury lodges and gourmet mountain restaurants come replete with ski valets to warm your boots.

Each guest at Deer Valley receives a unique experience designed to make their stay as memorable as possible. Each day, Deer Valley limits the number of skiers on the mountain and regularly runs out of lesson products. Staying at Deer Valley has an experience that is focused on making sure your stay is the best it can possibly be.

Located in Park City, Utah, and is known for its upscale amenities and great skiing conditions. Deer Valley is a great place to stay for a ski vacation. The resort has everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay, including great skiing conditions, luxurious accommodations, and a wide variety of dining and shopping options. Deer Valley is also conveniently located near Salt Lake City, making it easy to get to and from the airport. If you are looking for a luxurious and relaxing ski vacation, Deer Valley is the perfect place to stay.

The resort offers something for everyone, from beginner to expert. There are plenty of gentle slopes for those just learning to ski, as well as more challenging runs for those looking for a thrill. And no matter what your skill level, you’ll be able to enjoy the stunning scenery.

There is no snowboarding at Deer Valley.

Mountain Terrain:

Beginner

27%

Intermediate

31%

Advanced

42%

Summit Elevation:

2917 m (9,570 ft)

Vertical Drop:

914 m (3,000 ft)

Skiable Area:

2,026 acres

Average Snowfall:

762 cm

Snowboarders:

No snowboarding

Lift Information:

  • 1 Gondola
  • 13 High-speed quad
  • 5 Triple chairs
  • 2 Double chairs

Trails:

103 runs. Longest run: 2.8 miles 

Notes:

No terrain parks. No snowboarding.

Photo courtesy of Deer Valley/Alterra Mountain Company