Canyons Resort

Overview

Opened in 1968, Canyons Resort is the largest ski and snowboard resort in the state of Utah, and features nineteen chairlifts stretched across 4,000 acres of ski- and snowboard-welcoming terrain. Premium resort features include chairlifts with heated seats, eight on-site lodges (including a facility from the legendary Waldorf Astoria family), thirteen restaurants of various styles and cuisines, and three luxurious spas. Beginner, Intermediate, and Expert areas are all available to accommodate visitors of every skill level.

Information

Ski & Snowboard School, open from 8am-5pm daily, teaches "Canyon Cubs" (ages 2-4), adults of all ages, and even features an Olympic skier/instructor teaching exclusive adult sessions on Tuesdays and Saturdays. “Spring Gruv” is a ten-day festival of live music and special sporting events. A zip-line circuit allows riders of all ages to explore the resort's mountains with a swift, bird's eye view.

Price range

Lift tickets for Adults/Teens (13-64) range from $59 to $86 for one day, $114 to $168 for two days, $195 to $246 for three days, $256 to $320 for four days, $315 to $390 for five days, $372 to $456 for six days, and $427 to $518 for seven days. Lift tickets for Children (5-12) and Seniors (65+) range from $33 to $55 for one day, $63 to $107 for two days, $91 to $155 for three days, $116 to $201 for four days, $149 to $243 for five days, $158 to $282 for six days, and $176 to $318 for seven days.

Best time to visit

Being a ski resort, winter is obviously the best time to visit for skiing and snowboarding, but spring and summer activities are also on offer for the warm, dry months.

Near by POI

Various access points allow skiers to leave resort grounds and explore National Forest Land backcountry.

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