Sundance Resort is a beautiful Utah ski resort nestled in 6,000 acres of spectacular scenery.
Created by *the* Robert Redford, Sundance Resort features a diverse mountain recreation experience and was the original home to the Sundance Film Festival.
Fun, quiet, secluded, beautiful: Sundance Resort is for folks seeking a peaceful holiday sanctuary with unhurried skiing and unspoiled solitude.
Just one hour’s drive from Salt Lake City and 45 minutes from Park City, Sundance offers your own slice of Utah skiing perfection, from fine accommodation, elegant mountain cottages, an award-worthy culinary experience, a Native American inspired spa, and classes in painting, pottery and jewellery making.
On a Sunday, catch the ski lift to the top of Sundance Resort and take in the spectacular 360-degree views.
Spend the morning exploring the mountain then book yourself in to Sunday brunch at the Foundry Grill.
Come the afternoon, explore the galleries and small village shop, or get yourself back on the hill!
Damien Frost- Sundance Review20.06.2012
At Sundance Resort you feel as though you are in your own retreat. It has great atmosphere, the people are super friendly and the value for money is awesome!
I did a day trip from Park City. It was really easy to get to, taking around 40 minutes or so by car.
The resort is pretty small with only 3 chairlifts, but it is quiet, picturesque and a lot of the runs are steep- I would say it is an intermediates resort. I really enjoyed the skiing off Arrowhead, you get a good mix of steep open runs and short tree runs. I would definitely love to return on a powder day as I imagine there would be no one around.
At the base is a small village with some art shops and boutique stores to drop into. We hit the Owl Bar for a couple of drinks after our day on the mountain, which has a rustic, comfortable feel.
All in all the day at Sundance was great, and I am so glad I made the trip there.