Park City snowboarder in POW. Utah, USA


“The Greatest Snow on the Earth”

To all the ‘Powder Hounds’ out there – if you’ve not ventured through to Utah yet, then your time is well overdue!

Utah, USA is a high quality ski destination filled to the brim with epic mountains, unsurpassed on and off piste trail, and of course hold the claim to have ‘The Greatest Snow on Earth®’.

Renowned for its extremely dry snow, and an abundance to match, the choices of ski resorts within the Utah/Salt Lake City region is extensive, to say the least! All conveniently located within a 30-60 minute drive from Salt Lake City, the two combined recommendations to cover are: an Alta/Snowbird jaunt for an ‘off the main track’ steep n deep experience, and/or a Park City/Canyons/Deer Valley stayput to satisfy your snow envy with 3 great mountains, and to also enjoy the vibrancy of Park City Town, and the abundance of world class Apres which this area is renown for.

With what seems to be an endless trail selection, your time in Utah will be anything but boring!


Night lights at Park City ski village, Utah

The stunning mountain village of Park City receives an average of around 360 inches of glorious dry snow! Having held the 2002 Olympic Games, you will be spoilt for choice with trail selections, as the ski areas of Canyons and Deer Valley are easily accessible from Park City. read more>


Bikinis and cocktails? Only ski boots and googles at Deer Valley ski field

Having been voted America’s Ski Magazine’s top ski resort in for 5 years running, Deer Valley is a destination with everything you wished for… and more! Luxurious, secluded, and convenient with free ski storage and ski valets, delivery of your rental gear to your room, and excellent guides, Deer Valley provides pristine service. read more>


Canyons Park skier gets some air

Canyons is the ‘largest’ single ski and snowboard resort in Utah, and one of the five largest in the USA, with ‘extensive’ terrain covering 4000 acres to choose from including: 182 trails, 19 lifts, 5 bowls, a 1.1 mile long terrain park, and six natural half pipes, and varied terrain, the choice is yours to take. read more>


Snowbird Ski Resort boasts an average of 500 inches of snow each year, a vertical drop of 3,240 feet, and over 2500 skiable terrain, and with these spectacular conditions, it’s no wonder Snowbird is home to many of the world’s top pro skiers, riders, and photographers… read more>


Alta, another outstanding Utah Ski Resort in the Wasatch Mountain Ranges, is more suited to those looking for something far more intimate than the big town/main stream Resorts, without compromising snow or ski terrain quality!  In fact, Alta receives up to 40% more snow than some of the other more well-known resorts in this region – so what are you waiting for? read more>


Utah’s Brighton Ski Resort is the real place Utah learns to ski, and with 100% mountain accessibility, the Brighton Ski Resort team work nightly, grooming terrain, to ensure that the mountain is consistently kept at a 5 star standard. And with over 60 runs, 22 of which are lit at night, allowing excellent night skiing, you’re guaranteed to have a great time! read more>


The Solitude Mountain resort aims to be Utah’s most intimate and inviting Ski Resort, offering skiers and riders loads of space, high tech lifts, heaps of powder and a close proximity to the Salt Lake International Airport… read more>