Opened by Robert Redford in 1969, Sundance, Utah is a resort that offers a balance of art, nature, community and of course, spectacular skiing. It’s known as the number one ski resort in America, and as well as 44km of slopes, you’ll enjoy a host of activities, breathtaking scenery and a unique atmosphere all year round. It’s an established resort that boasts solid investment in infrastructure, like Red’s lift, built in 2016/17, making it a popular choice for investors as well as homeowners.
Winter in Sundance Resort
Sundance resort has skiing for all skill levels, with 20km of intermediate runs, 15k suitable for beginners and 9km of challenging black runs. There are well established ski schools with dedicated classes for children, young people, seniors and everyone in between.Fans of Nordic skiing will enjoy well groomed trails and the chance to experience unique concepts like Night Owling, that blends the solitude of the mountain with listening out for owl calls. If you prefer Freestyle, the Terrain Park is designed to appeal to everyone from novice to those expert carvers seeking a new challenge.
As well as outstanding skiing, you can enjoy adrenaline filled activities like the winter zip tour, where you can whizz along 3,870 ft of zipline at over 65mph, stopping to take in views of Mount Timpanogos from the sky. If high octane adventure isn’t your style, book one of the mountain tours, to discover the flora and fauna of the area, as well as taking time to immerse yourself in the beauty of the mountain landscape.
Summer in Sundance ski resort
Summer brings a chance to discover the gentler side of Sundance. There are over 10km of alpine hikes, horse riding expeditions through beautiful Aspen groves to enjoy, and excellent fly fishing in the Provo river. If this sounds too sedate, there are over 25 miles of MTB trails to explore, and the famous Sundance summer zip tour, that takes in over 2,100 feet of vertical drop - the most in the whole of the USA. This is a great year-round resort for families too, with kids and teens camps throughout the summer season, where the magic of the mountain plays a part in creating unique experiences for all ages.
What else is there to do at Sundance resort?
There’s ample opportunity to embrace the holistic approach to life that Sundance offers. You can enjoy mountain top yoga, take some time out at the spa, or simply bathe in the beauty of your surroundings. Creativity plays a big part here too, and there are classes in jewellery making, pottery work, journaling and painting in watercolor, oils and acrylics. The resort is host to many creative events, including the Bluebird Cafe concerts, with top names from Nashville, as well as author events and theatre productions.
If you love top quality dining you’re in for a treat, with a great choice of venues to discover. A stand out choice is Eric Miller's Tree Room restaurant - it features in Forbes travel guide as one of five four star restaurants in Utah, and offers a superb wine collection. There’s lots of options for casual dining too, like the Bearclaw Cabin, where you can enjoy burritos with a 360° views of Heber and Utah valleys, or the famous Owl Bar, frequented by Butch Cassidy in its former life in 1890s Wyoming, before restored and transported to a new home at Sundance Resort.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect base in the mountains, or seeking a solid investment opportunity, the multi-layered attractions of Sundance resort offer something to appeal to every type of visitor, in every season.
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