IN THREE EASY STEPS
There is so much more to do at solitude, from skiing with your family to having a quit hike through the mountains, there is something for everyone.Up here it’s quiet. You hear the light thrum of the chairlift at your back, a slight breeze wisps by, cold and clear. It carries the tinkle of laughter from a pack of kids down below. It’s sunny and crystal clear today, and before you drop in, you take a moment to breathe, to hear the quiet. You needed this.
Solitude Ski Resort has great terrain for every level of skier. The resort is known for uncrowded slopes and no lift lines.
Located in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains, the resort receives an annual snowfall of 500 inches. The base elevation is 7,988 feet and peak elevation is 10,035 feet. Solitude has1200+ skiable acres, including 64 designated trails, powder bowls, gladed tree runs, steep chutes, and gentle cruising runs.
After your legs are cooked, belly up to the bar at the Thirsty Squirrel, Solitude’s storied watering hole, featuring local, handcrafted brews as well as wine and cocktails. Or take the kids to Stone Haus Pizzeria & Creamery for pizza and ice cream before a session on the ice rink.
For a lovely dinner, as the sun sets, there is no better spot to reflect on your day than Honeycomb Grill’s outdoor patio and its glowing fire pits. And, for true-mountain-dining, take your ski buddies back into the lantern lit woods and dine at the famed Solitude Yurt, which offers a single seating each evening and a four-course dining experience.