Solitude Mountain Resort
Solitude Mountain Resort is a short 28 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport located high in the Wasatch Mountains where over 500 inches of Utah powder falls and breathtaking slopes rise 8,000 feet above glacier-cut Big Cottonwood Canyon. It is only 12 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon from Wasatch Boulevard.
What it's known for: Solitude is known for its lack of crowds, great variety of terrain, award-winning trail planning, and an intimate European village featuring elegant lodging, exquisite dining, and impeccable service.
Best kept secret: Honeycomb Canyon, accessible by both Summit, and Powder Horn lifts, is one of many historical mining areas that existed over a century ago. If it were possible to take an x-ray of this canyon, it would resemble a honeycomb. Besides its historical significance, it is the home to the best off-piste powder skiing at Solitude with its open bowls, chutes and tree runs.
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City/Solitude, Utah
Experience four of the greatest resorts in the Rockies when you purchase a Super Pass. Go to a different mountain everyday! Plus, the Super Pass gives you free transportation vouchers to get from Salt Lake City to the mountains and back! No rental car is needed. This Super Pass is only available to people who pre-purchase the ticket before arrival, and this ticket is not for sale at any of the resorts! Salt Lake City is the only place in the nation that puts the ambiance of the city within 40 minutes of the greatest snow on earth!
The Ski Salt Lake Super Pass may be redeemed for an all-day lift ticket at Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, or Solitude and includes the Snowbird Tram and Brighton Super Ticket (9am-9pm when night skiing is available). The Super Pass also includes round-trip transportation on UTA buses, ski buses, and TRAX light-rail.