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Salt Lake City, Utah

The Greatest Snow on Earth

Salt Lake City, Utah offers a distinct blend of the cosmopolitan and the natural. Situated alongside the soaring Wasatch Mountains, the city is the ideal location for urban adventures as well as the perfect base camp for your winter ski trip. Just 35 minutes from the resorts of Park City, and adjacent to the ski resorts of Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon, Salt Lake truly earns its reputation as an outdoorsman’s paradise. The culture and love of the arts in Salt Lake are keenly evident, with a wide selection of museums, live performances, shops and nightlife options.

There are more than ten ski resorts in close proximity to Salt Lake City that can average nearly 400 inches of snow each season. Incredibly deep powder covers a wide range of terrain perfect for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels. Local helicopter and backcountry tours make it easy to take in the breathtaking scenery that makes the area famous.

A Salt Lake City vacation rental puts you in the middle of it all. Salt Lake City today is a study in contrasts, and vacationers will enjoy staying in the heart of the action. A vacation rental allows you to live like a local and immerse yourself in the cultural of this dynamic metropolitan city.
Vacation Rentals in Salt Lake City:

Cabins/Lodges:
An alpine cabin or lodge can set the tone for the entire ski vacation.

Cabins/Lodges

Condos:
Choose from a wide selection of condos to find the one that fits your needs and puts you near the slopes.

Condos

Vacation Homes:
A vacation home adds a local feel to your ski vacation.

Vacation Homes



SKI RESORT FACTS:
Snowbird
Average Temperatures
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Season Dates
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Number of Mountains
Total Skiable Acres
Base Elevation
Number of Runs
Average Snowfall
1
2,500
7,760 feet
85
500"
Terrain Breakdown
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SKI RESORT FACTS:
Alta
Average Temperatures
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Season Dates
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Number of Mountains
Total Skiable Acres
Base Elevation
Number of Runs
Average Snowfall
1
2,200
8,530 feet
116
560"
Terrain Breakdown
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SKI RESORT FACTS:
Brighton
Average Temperatures
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Season Dates
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Number of Mountains
Total Skiable Acres
Base Elevation
Number of Runs
Average Snowfall
3
1,050
8,755 feet
66
500"
Terrain Breakdown
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SKI RESORT FACTS:
Solitude
Average Temperatures
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Season Dates
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Number of Mountains
Total Skiable Acres
Base Elevation
Number of Runs
Average Snowfall
1
1,200
8,175 feet
65
500"
Terrain Breakdown
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