Lift Ticket Roundup for SLC and PC Ski Resorts

It’s no secret that Utah prides itself on having the “Greatest Snow on Earth®”. With eight ski resorts within a stone’s throw of metropolitan Salt Lake City, it’s hard to deny that audacious claim. On top of that, partnerships between several of the area’s finest resorts mean more glorious powder days than you can shake a ski pole at.


AltaSnowbird Pass: These iconic resorts offers a pass that gives skiers access to 4,700 combined acres via a connection gate at the saddle separating Alta’s Albion Basin and Snowbird’s Mineral Basin.

Adult AltaSnowbird Pass: $1,699
Teen (13-17 years): $499
Youth (7-12 years): $449
Child (6 & under): $300

Big Cottonwood Pass: This pass to Brighten and Solitude grants skiers and snowboarders access to the Big Cottonwood Canyon resorts via the Sol-Bright trail.

Adult: $999
Seniors (ages 70+): $599
Students (ages 18-23): $699
Child (ages 7-17): $399

Epic Pass: Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons are operated by Vail Resorts amounting to a combined 7,000 acres of terrain, the Epic Pass includes unlimited access to Vail’s other 22 ski resorts.

Adult Epic Pass (13+): $749
Child Epic Pass (5-12 years): $389

Alta Resort: The tag line “Alta is for skiers” has served this 2,200-acre resort well. With loads of steep and deep, this resort offers more than 2,200 acres of prime mountain access.

Family Pass (2 adults/ 2 children): $2,299
Adult Pass: $1,199
Teen (13-17 years): $399
Youth (7-12 years): $379
Child (6 & under): $199

Snowbird: The pride of Little Cottonwood Canyon with 2,500 acres and 3,240 vertical feet of terrain, Snowbird claims a loyal following of skiers and snowboarders.

Family 4-pack (2 adults/ 2 children): $2,398
Adult unlimited tram/chair (26-64 years): $1,199
Ages 18-25 years: $599
Ages 13-17 years: $399
Ages 7-12 years: $379

Brighton: High at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon, Brighton is Utah’s first ski resort known as a local’s favorite and offers some of the most extensive night skiing in the area.

Adult (24-69 years): $899
Student: $599
Young Adult (18-23 years): $599
Youth (11-17 years): $399
Child (8-10 years): $225

Solitude: One of the more intimate resorts in Big Cottonwood Canyon, this resort will be operated by Deer Valley Resort starting May 2015. Solitude season pass holders will receive a four- day pass to Deer Valley.

Adult pass: $799
Student pass (Up to 26 years): $499
Teen (13 to 17 years): $299
Child (7 to 12 years): $199

PARK CITY …………………….

Deer Valley Resort: The exclusive skiers-only resort has all-groomed runs, and a reputation of excellence that earned them the top honors at Ski Magazine.

Adult (24-64 years): $2,320
Young adult (18-23 years): $1,360
Teen (13-17 years): $1,025
Child (5-12 years): $590
Tot (1-4 years): $160

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