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Deer Valley Resort Park City

Where is it at?

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Deer Valley Resort
2250 Deer Valley Drive South
Park City
UT
84060
Tel: 435 649 1000

Directions

If you can see the mountains - drive towards them! Of course, a safer option is to head for 2250 Deer Valley Drive South in Park City.

Where are we going today?

We love the snow, and it's even more fun when you get to experience snow adventures with the family, in a super fun resort with a whole range of tours and lessons. Look at that - it's Deer Valley Resort!

This popular ski resort has an average annual snow fall of 300 inches across the 6 mountains of Deer Valley. Each of these mountains, including the Little Baldy Peak and Flagstaff, all offer a fun and thrilling day for those skiiers of all abilities, so don't you worry if you have never skiied before!

You can challenge yourself on the exact same ski runs used in the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics, or you can try a few ski lessons so you can learn the basics before you tackle the slopes.

Lessons are great for kids aged 3 and over - so it really is the whole family! If you have teenagers, you might like to try the snow mobiles - thrilling fun!

If you want to experience something as a family, the mountain gondola is a great option - at over 3000ft at the peak you certainly will be up for some pretty incredible views!

If you have children that aren't skiiers, then don't you worry, because Deer Valley Resort have a great childcare facility for non skiing kids aged between 2 and 12, with fun indoor activities and playgrounds!

So if you’re ready for some amazing skiing fun, then get those skis on and head to Deer Valley Resort - and don’t worry if it’s summer - they have activities for you then too! 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFull day lift tickets $114
  • ChildrenFull day lift tickets $59 (ages 5 to 12)
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Daily opening, individual elements have varying operating schedules.

Open all year round.

I'm Hungry!

There are several eatery options available, from casual, family friendly cafes to restaurants and grills. There will be something for everyone, at all times of the day! .

Healthy Eating!

With the amount of places you have to choose form, you will be sure to find something healthy. From sandwiches to salads, there is heaps to choose from. .

Any Top Tips?

The resort also have packages for those wanting to make more than a day of it and stay in their lodges. .

Can I get one of those?

There are many retail shops for you to enjoy! There are also gifts and merchandise available. So deck yourself out - there is plenty to pick from! .

More information

The summer camp is a great way for kids to explore the mountains with scavenger hunts and art projects! .

What people are saying?

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    It's a good place. Well maintained, tightly run. Staff are the single most important asset. And, this must be stated most saliently..........., no snowboard scum. No filthy, dirty, disgusting, gutter, Marxist snowboard scum.

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    No snowboarders!! the restaurants aren't too bad but i recommend you go out of resort for dinning hotel dinners are ok food but expensive and more useful if you have your own car don't rely on their transportation other than this its an excellent ski resort ski in skit out is wonderful. Enjoy!!

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    If you have ever dreamed of having your wedding deep in the heart of the mountains, surrounded by scenic vistas on each side, and cut-off from the doldrums of the daily grind then think Deer Valley Resort.

    Here is my personal take on Deer Valley. As a photographer and having photographed hundreds of weddings all across the country from the sunny Florida Keys to Connecticut immersed in the fall and even up to ruggedness of Alaska, Deer Valley remains one of my very favorite places to shoot for several reasons.

    First, the sheer beauty is unmatched....Read More

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    Probably the best maintained ski resort I've been too. Huge, excellent for intermediates, and great grooming. But be prepared to burst open your wallet.

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    I have found the Promised Land and it is Deer Valley. This ski resort is incredible. The runs are wide, groomed and perfectly sloped for someone who likes blue runs with a few black diamonds (a blues cruiser). The customer service is fantastic. At each chairlift, there are tissue boxes and maps for you to take and carry. At the top of each major lift, there are large display maps with a big, red "you are here" dot. The resort has pleasant helpers all over the mountain to point you in the right direction or give ski advice. A friend, who is a more...Read More

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by Mark Thackeray

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If you have ever dreamed of having your wedding deep in the heart of the mountains, surrounded by scenic vistas on each side, and cut-off from the doldrums of the daily grind then think Deer Valley Resort.

Here is my personal take on Deer Valley. As a photographer and having photographed hundreds of weddings all across the country from the sunny Florida Keys to Connecticut immersed in the fall and even up to ruggedness of Alaska, Deer Valley remains one of my very favorite places to shoot for several reasons.

First, the sheer beauty is unmatched. Imagine experiencing the most important day in your life nestled up the mountainside amidst groves of aspens and evergreens. It's exhilarating even for me and I'm not even part of the wedding!

Second, the service is outstanding. The last wedding I photographed up there the weather was in constant flux. Rain. Sunshine. Rain again. For most people, this is a nightmare trying to predict what the weather is going to do next. But for Catherine, one of the wedding coordinators at Deer Valley, and her team it was no problem at all. They were prepared for either type of weather come time for the ceremony. They ended up taking things indoors and back outside again a few times and never once did it seem to be a chore for them. Again, having photographed hundreds of weddings, I cannot overstate the importance of having a talented team of coordinators on-hand to take care of all the details. This allows the couple to simply enjoy the day and breath it all in, which is how it should be.

We even had access to a ski lift immediately following the ceremony, which took us all the way up to the top for a view of the entire range of the resort. What better way to take in the importance and depth of your ceremony than a peaceful chair lift up the mountainside.

As I mentioned before, Deer Valley is one of my favorite venues to shoot at and work with. If you have ever imagined yourself getting married among the trees and mountains then contact Deer Valley Resort and go take a tour. They are amazing at what they do and you will love what you see.

by Bob Treue

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I have found the Promised Land and it is Deer Valley. This ski resort is incredible. The runs are wide, groomed and perfectly sloped for someone who likes blue runs with a few black diamonds (a blues cruiser). The customer service is fantastic. At each chairlift, there are tissue boxes and maps for you to take and carry. At the top of each major lift, there are large display maps with a big, red "you are here" dot. The resort has pleasant helpers all over the mountain to point you in the right direction or give ski advice. A friend, who is a more serious black diamond skier and has skied in Utah previously, ridiculed Deer Valley as solely for pre-schoolers, retirees and hedge fund managers. The resort does cater to the "1%", but if you want fantastic, long, challenging, groomed blues and easier black diamonds, this place is for you. My ski day here may have been my best ski day ever. It would be a great place to bring the family for a ski vacation.

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