Being a snowboarding enthusiast myself I have traveled the country to go snowboarding. I have traveled on the east coast to places such as New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. I have also traveled to the west and lived in Colorado. I have been snowboarding in Colorado and Utah while living out there. I’ve been to many places and have great knowledge of where to go and where not to go. Today I would like to share with you my 3 best ski resorts in Utah.
Sundance Resort, Utah
Sundance is a small town of art, movies, and culture. Every year the Independent film Festival is held here. Although this resort may be considered small compared to some of the other resorts in Utah. It is one of my favorite ski resorts. With four lifts and 42 runs, this is a great place and is rarely crowded. With a price of only $25 which includes rental and lift ticket is also one of the cheapest resorts in Utah. This is the number one pick in the 3 best ski resorts in Utah.
Park City Mountain Resort
Park City Mountain resort is a beautiful place in Utah. One of the most recognizable and well-known resorts in Utah this is the number two pick among the 3 best ski resorts in Utah. This resort offers many packages including lesson packages, weekend packages, and season passes. With 114 runs in 16 lifts, this is one of the largest resorts in Utah. A price tag of only $59 is a great price for a great resort. Open from 9 AM to 4 PM daily with night skiing available until 7:30 PM this could add lots of fun to any vacation.
Deer Valley Resort
Deer Valley resort located in Park City, Utah is among the favorites at number three among the 3 best ski resorts in Utah. Deer Valley with its 100 runs and 21 lifts is among some of the most challenging runs in Utah. With a price tag of $90 for a full-day lift ticket, it is a bit pricier than some resorts but is well worth the money.
Between Sundance, Park City Mountain Resort, and Deer Valley Resort Utah has some of the best ski resorts in the country. With prices from $25 to $90 a day, the prices are not that bad for skiing and snowboarding. You can enjoy the slopes day and night and have a great time.
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