Tips & Tricks to Getting the Most Out of Your Utah Ski Vacation

We defy anyone not to have the best time ever skiing in Utah. That said, there are some insider tips worth swotting up on before you land…

Which Resort Best Suits Your Ability?

Each of Utah’s 14 ski resorts offers something a little bit different. If you’re a beginner or like skiing at a more relaxed pace, consider Park City Mountain Resort. Will only the most aggressive slopes do for your posse of thrill seekers? Ask Destination Utah about the best ski deals for Snowbird and Alta Resorts. A little forward planning goes a long way to making your Utah holiday.


Will Your Accommodation Allow For Maximum Fun Times?

If you go rogue on the accommodation front without any knowledge of the area, there’s a risk you’ll book somewhere that’s not ideally located to your preferred ski resort, or that doesn’t suit your group’s specific needs. As well as having our ear to the ground for all the best and brightest lodging deals, tell Destination Utah about your skiing requirements and we’ll ensure your accommodation fits the bill.


What’s On Offer Where?

Given the majority of Utah’s ski resorts are all within a relatively easy commute, knowing ahead of time what they each provide means you can mix and match your days’ adventuring. Ask us about ski in/out, most snow, most vertical drops, best snowshoeing, and even where there’s heli-sking to be had.


Timing Is Everything

If you’re after a bargain holiday – and who isn’t in this economy? – it pays to know the best times for Utah’s most competitive ski deals. Think early season, late season, and non-holiday periods. Plus, early in the New Year you’re more likely to find free nights, discounted lodging and cheaper lift tickets. Ker-ching.