What is the Deer Valley Resort difference? We’re glad you asked.
It’s the smiling staff carrying your skis from the car to the snow. It’s the bottomless powder turns in an expertly-gladed Aspen forest. It’s the limited number of daily lift tickets sold so you can spend your time skiing, not waiting for a seat at lunch. It’s grooming so fine you could practically roll a coin down the corduroy grooves.
In fact, Deer Valley Resort has long been a trailblazer; it was the original North America resort to offer first-class service usually reserved for five-star hotels.
Plus, let’s not forget the Utah ski resort’s amazing accessibility, award-winning ski school, tailored lodging, and 300 inches of powder snow annually.
From comfortable practicality to the little indulgences that turn a trip into an unforgettable Utah snow holiday experience, Deer Valley Resort has you covered.
The day after a storm, catch the Quincy Express or Silver Strike Express to the top of Flagstaff Mountain.
Go skiers left and follow the Ontario run into Ontario bowl. You’ll need to skate or hike a couple of hundred metres; however, it’s well worth the effort.
There you’ll find untouched powder, days after a storm, leaving plenty of freshies for you to enjoy.
Wayne Vardanega- Deer Valley Review18.04.2013
Multi award winning ski resort, Deer Valley is not to be missed.
Whether it be for its immaculately groomed runs, or its detail to service with ski valets available to help with your gear or store equipment free of charge.
It is a large resort with runs catering for all levels of experience and skiing preferences.
It has some of the best on snow food to be found anywhere in the world. There are a variety of quality eateries to choose from scattered across the whole resort. Lunching at the renowned Stein Eriksen lodge for the skiers Buffet Lunch is a must! It has been known for these lunches to go 3 hours so as to sample all that is on offer. When entering the lodge, you will be greeted with comfy slippers so the boots can come off to fully relax.
After lunch, its back to the slopes for a few more runs, timing your last run to end up at the luxurious St. Regis for afternoon cocktails, while taking in the magnificent views overlooking the valley and Wasatch Mountains. Ride the funicular back to the base when it is time to call it a day.
Rohan Vaughan- Deer Valley Review18.04.2013
Deer Valley is a skiers only resort and such a respite from the ‘issues’ you may or may not experience from a mixed mountain.
It has a ‘posh’ feel to it as you are met by concierges that help you with your ski’s and give you a run down on the resort.
The village has complimentary lockers and a variety of ski accessory and general stores.
The skiing is also good and you can weave your way through trails that take you under roads and past exclusive condos on the way down the mountain.
The food at Deer Valley was of far better quality to Park City so it was cool to hang out there the whole day and not a struggle to find some good tucker and a cold beer.