Deer Valley Resort revolutionized the ski industry 27 years ago by being the first North American resort to provide the first-class service one would experience at a fine hotel. We offer luxurious amenities, such as ski valets, groomed-to-perfection slopes, on-site child care, lift ticket, lesson and rental packages and an award-winning ski school.
In 2002, Deer Valley Resort proudly hosted the Olympic Winter Games slalom, aerial and mogul events. Exceptional customer service, consistent quality and attention to every detail are all part of the Deer Valley experience. Our six mountains: Little Baldy Peak, Bald Eagle, Bald Mountain, Flagstaff, Empire Canyon and new Lady Morgan, offer a wide variety of skiing terrain, allowing our guests ample opportunity to indulge in our annual 300 inches of light, dry Utah powder.
Winter brings Utah’s famous powder, but be sure you join us again in the summer. Summer at Deer Valley is filled with non-stop activity such as mountain biking, hiking, scenic chairlift rides, outdoor dining, Summer Adventure Camp for children and concerts in our outdoor amphitheater. Enjoy award-winning cuisine served on the beautiful outdoor deck at the Royal Street Café, or a gourmet picnic basket during one of our many evening concerts. Deer Valley Resort proudly brings the same commitment to its customer service for our summer activities, featuring an all-inclusive operation with mountain bike rentals, instruction and guided biking and hiking tours.
The adventurous in spirit won't want to miss Deer Valley Resort's Tricks 'n' Turns (TNT) Park. Located off the Little Chief chairlift in Empire Canyon on the Ore Cart and Nugget runs, the Park offers entry level to advanced options, including fun boxes and a variety of snow features. The TNT Park is open daily and is included in the price of your lift ticket.
Add excitement and camaraderie to your group's ski day with a private race. Choose from premium, private or semi-private packages in a dual slalom, giant slalom and NASTAR formats. The Race Course is located on Bald Mountain in close proximity to the Silver Lake Lodge.
The Deer Valley-operated Summit Meadows Adventures snowmobile tours take place on the Garff Ranch (a five-mile, ten-minute drive from Park City's Main Street, located on Brown's Canyon Road off Highway 248). Summit Meadows Adventures has access to 7,000 acres of pristine open lands on which to snowmobile. Forty-seven Deer Valley-owned Ski-Doo snowmobiles make up the tour fleet.
All Seasons Adventures is a year-round guided activity service offering quality outdoor experiences in virtually every seasonal sport possible in the Wasatch Range. Their guides are friendly, personable and professional. Winter guided activities include snow shoeing, dog sledding, sleigh rides, cross country skiing, hot air ballooning and more. Summer activities include rafting and kayaking, fly fishing, trap shooting, ATV tours, plus many other fun activities. All Seasons Adventures provides equipment and everything you will need for your activity.
Deer Valley Resort now offers the excitement of NASTAR racing at its race course on Bald Mountain near the Silver Lake Lodge. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., during the winter season (weather permitting), NASTAR is the largest recreational ski race program in the world, developed by SKI magazine in 1968, and is available at over 120 of the nations premier resorts. This fun, competitive and easily accessible racing program allows racers of all ages and abilities a means to compare themselves with one another, regardless of when and where they race. This is accomplished by establishing the National Standard on each NASTAR course, and through a racer handicap system. Each time you race NASTAR, you could win a Platinum, Gold, Silver or Bronze medal based on the handicap you earn.
First Tracks is a program that provides pre-arranged, private, early lift access, guided skiing from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. from the Wasatch Express chairlift. First Tracks is a groomed-run skiing tour and must be scheduled at least 10 days in advance. Intermediate skiing ability level is a minimum requirement.