#2 for overall resort in North America
#1 for dining
SKI Magazine Reader Survey 2012
-Total 2,026 acres
-Base elevation 6,570'/2,003 m
-100 runs & 6 Bowls
-Included in the 3 Resort Pass
Utah's rival to Aspen, this high class resort located next door to Park City offers an exhilarating combination of signature, quality accommodation and an uncompromising attitude to service. Gourmet dining and gourmet skiing are to be found here. Deer Valley revolutionized the ski industry in 1981 by providing at a ski resort the attentive service, gourmet food and luxury accommodations one would experience at a fine hotel. Deer Valley was honored in 2001 by being named the #1 ski resort in North America by the readers of SKI magazine, and proudly hosted the 2002 Olympic Winter Games slalom, aerials and moguls events. Exceptional customer service, consistent quality and attention to every detail are all part of the Deer Valley experience. And the four mountains, offering a wide variety of terrain, allow guests more than ample opportunity to indulge in an annual 300 inches of light, dry Utah powder.
Bald Eagle Mountain offers ideal terrain for beginner and intermediate skiers. First-time skiers will appreciate the separate, protected beginners area known as Wide West, accessed by two chairlifts, Burns and Snowflake. Bald Mountain offers intermediate and challenging skiing along with spectacular views. Strong skiers in search of steeper, ungroomed trails and Utah 's famous light powder will be rewarded on numerous runs in the Sultan and Mayflower areas. Empire Canyon offers skiing for all abilities including our family ski area, intermediate terrain and some of the most advanced skiing at Deer Valley, including eight chutes and three bowls. Flagstaff Mountain offers intermediate and beginner ski trails, in addition to extensive gladed areas and access to Ontario Bowl.