Cottonwood Canyons Resort Packages

Destination: Utah Availability*: November-April


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3-7+ Nights

Welcome to Northern Utah’s Wasatch Mountains! Let Endless Turns arrange your all-inclusive ski and snowboarding resort package to any of the four resorts, which make up the Cottonwood Canyons. We have several accommodation options to choose from at Brighton, Solitude, Snowbird, and Alta Resorts, as well as in downtown Salt Lake City and Sandy areas. Our lodging properties range from hotel guest rooms to two-bedroom condos and private homes. We have accommodations to fit all budgets throughout the Salt Lake valley and Cottonwood Canyon resorts. Regardless of whether or not you are looking for a weekend getaway or a full-week of skiing, we can arrange the perfect ski getaway for you!

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Chairlift IconGetting ThereFly into Salt Lake City International with a 30 minute transfer from the airport to the either Alta/Snowbird or Solitude/Brighton (25 miles from SLC – Cottonwood Resorts- 40 km)

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Little Cottonwood Canyon

Little Cottonwood Canyon is the steep and deep zone in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains. The area hosts a handful of local lodge bars and restaurants, if your looking to enjoy the mountains, and don’t need a barrage of nightlife, this is your place. Little Cottonwood Canyon is also renown for it’s quick approach backcountry touring options and ice climbing opportunities.

Big Cottonwood Canyon

Club Solitude

On your way up the Canyon you’ll pass right through the 30 or so cabins of the Silver Fork area, where the famed Silver Fork Restaurant will serve up some of the best breakfast eats like local trout & eggs, local coffee roasters Rimini and fruit topped waffles, not to mention for dinner they have an amazing New York Strip. Both canyons are similar in that they only have a couple of restaurants and bars, the Cottonwoods are known for their world class skiing and snowboarding, not being tempted to stay out late ensures a first chair opportunity.

Resorts in the Area

Alta Resort

AltaResortThe oldest resort in Utah operating since 1942, Alta is Utah’s other skiing only resort (snowboarders not permitted). Alta is known for it’s unique geological location at the back of Little Cottonwood Canyon that traps snow storms until they dry up, boasting the deepest annual average in Utah. A great mountain for hike-to terrain and offering a host boundry gates to get out into the backcountry

Alta Resort Mountain Stats

lifts: Double 3 – Triple 1 – High-Speed Quads 2 – High-Speed Triple 1 – Surface Lift 3
vertical: Base Elevation 8,530ft – Peak Elevation 10,550ft – vertical: Drop 2,020ft
annual snowfall: Average 563 inches
terrain breakdown: Skiable Acres 2,200 – Beginner Terrain 25% – Intermediate Terrain 40% – Advanced Terrain 35%


Snowbird Mountain Resort

SnowbirdResortConnected, and just down canyon from Alta (yes you can buy a pass to ski both in one day). Snowbird boasts some of the biggest terrain, hosting the World Extreme Skiing Championships & the North Face Snowboarding Masters Annually. Snowbird’s iconic tram runs 120 people up to the to of Hidden Peak every 7 minutes, allowing for 360degree descent from the top

Snowbird Resort Stats

lifts: Tram 1 – High-Speed Quads 4 – Double 6 – Surface Lift 2
vertical: Base Elevation 7,760ft – Peak Elevation 11,000ft – vertical: Drop 3,240ft
annual snowfall: Average 500 inches
terrain breakdown: Skiable Acres 2,500 – Beginner Terrain 27% – Intermediate Terrain 38%- Advanced Terrain 35%


Brighton Resort

BrightonResortA true locals mountain, Brighton is home to 3 terrain parks and a population of amazing snowboard and freeskiers. Another resort that hosts some great backcountry access gates from the tops of their chairlifts:.

Brighton Resort Stats

lifts: Triple 1 – Quads 1 – High-Speed Quads 4 – Magic Carpet 1
vertical: Base Elevation 8,775ft – Peak Elevation 10,500ft – vertical: Drop 1,745ft
annual snowfall: Average 500 inches
terrain breakdown: Skiable Acres 1,050 – Beginner Terrain 27% – Intermediate Terrain 41% – Advanced Terrain 33%


Solitude Mountain Resort

EmSOliLogo The name says it all, a great mountain to get out and escape the crowds, with  the famed Honey Comb Canyon, you can be sure to get your hair to stand up  and fulfill your powder addiction. Located just down canyon from Brighton  Resort, you can get a pass to ski both resorts in one day

Solitude Mountain Resort Stats

lifts: Double 1 – Triple 1 – Quads 2 – High-Speed Quads 4
vertical: Base Elevation 7,988ft – Elevation 10,035ft – – vertical: Drop 2,047ft
annual snowfall: Average 500 inches
terrain breakdown: Skiable Acres 1,200 – Beginner Terrain 10% – Intermediate Terrain 40% – Advanced/Expert Terrain 50%



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