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Terrain Parks- Solitude


Rider's Guide

Solitude is one of the smaller resorts in Utah, but what it lack in quantity it more than compensates for with quality. The 1,200 acre resort boasts more than 65 named trails, three bowls (including the much sought after Honeycomb Bowl) and over 2,000 vertical feet to shred. The lift lines are usually non-existent, but the resorts implementation of a smart card system that scans the lift ticket as you walk through the gate helps reduce the already minimal lines, so that boarders can maximize their time on the slopes.

Parks and Pipes

The Fun Park at Solitude isn’t about huge features and enormous air, instead it caters to mainly beginners and intermediate boarders and freestyle skiers who want to brush up on their skills and practice new tricks. There are two separate sets of jumps, rails, jibs and boxes, a small hip and two rollers to enjoy. One set is specifically designed for smaller riders and the other size is a bit larger and perfect for beginner and intermediate adult riders and freestyle skiers.

Out of Bounds

The Back Tracks program guides adventurous boarders out of bounds and teaches them avalanche avoidance and safety for those who want to learn about riding backcountry. The tours are led by seasoned professionals and equipment and lunch is provided. The area also has an ice skating rink, cross country skiing, sauna and hot tub, or cozy up and watch a movie at Club Solitude. The surrounding area boasts heaps of outdoor activities from rock climbing and ice fishing to heli skiing, snowcat tours and a whole lot more.

Hangout & Hookup

The village is a far cry from the rambunctious nightlife in Park City, but the mountain and village offer a few great après ski pubs perfect for kicking back and unwinding after a full day on the mountain. The Thirsty Squirrel is located in town and has great drink specials throughout the week. The Argento Pub is located on the mountain in the Moonbeam Center and boasts a great selection of beer, wine and spirits.