There is no major U.S. city surrounded by more resorts than the winter paradise that is Salt Lake City. From the downtown core of this enchanting and busy metropolis, you're just a short drive from Brighton Resort, Snowbird Ski Resort, Deer Valley Resort, Alta Ski Area, Solitude Mountain Resort, Canyons Resort, Park City Resort, Snowbasin Resort, and Sundance! Skiers have about a dozen terrain parks and several hundred spectacular natural terrain runs to choose from just a few miles from each other.
Get some eyeball-flattening horsepower off those tracks and onto that endless powder dry Utah fluff, with Snowmobile Adventures at Thousand Peaks or Homestead Snowmobiling. You can rent a variety of sleds from jaw-dropping race models all the way to milder snowmobiles suitable for a full day of family fun in the snow covered hills of the backcountry. If you would prefer a guided tour of some of the most hidden away and fascinating parts of the Salt Lake City backcountry, Intermountain Guide Service can get you way out into areas where few people have ever ventured on your choice of horseback or snowmobile. The whole family will be astonished at the infinite views of Utah's natural splendour as seen from a Morning Star Hot Air Balloon. The best and most amazing adventure is left for last, as if you want to completely blow the kids' minds, you have to take them snorkeling or scuba diving in an all-weather inland ocean packed with tropical fish where you will think you're underwater in Hawaii! Bonneville Seabase and Neptune Divers is the one completely mandatory indoor stop in your Salt Lake City wintertime adventure
Salt Lake City offers the finest restaurant dining this side of Las Vegas, with literally over a thousand fantastic dining establishments that are memorable, unique and family-friendly! It's a beautiful city and we highly recommend a visit this ski season. You'll get the best of both city life and mountain living.
The closest big city to this resort is Salt Lake City and don’t let anyone tell you that Salt Lake City doesn’t rock. You have an incredible amount of choice for your nightlife fun: The Depot for live music with an unparalleled sound system, unique historical location, and world-class talent; High Rock Lounge for great pub fare, outstanding micro-brews, martinis, wine, and import/domestic brews; Kristauf’s Martini Bar "Shaking up the Nightlife" in Salt Lake City, featuring Utah’s largest martini selection, DJ, dancing, and live entertainment; Lumpy’s Downtown, is Salt Lake City’s premier sports bar and nightclub with 70+ beers, full bar, 40+ TVs, dance floor, and game room; Murphy’s Bar is a fun downtown neighborhood atmosphere where regulars and visitors come together for great food, beer, cocktails, darts, sports TV, and jukebox; Port O’ Call for live music, huge stage, more than 50 TVs, 16 satellites, game room, 8 pool tables, it’s a real monster of an enormous club; W Lounge is an eclectic dance club featuring guest DJs; The Red Door is Salt Lake’s upscale nightspot featuring an eclectic selection of martinis, cocktails, and wine; Vortex is a nightclub like no other, on 5 levels, with 3 dance floors, state-of-the-art sound/lights, game room, and usually is host to celebrity guests.