Every autumn dozens of industry reps from resorts, properties and more descend on Ski.com headquarters in Aspen, Colo. to update us on what’s new for the coming season. We sat down to chat with Carrie from Ski City, which represents Alta, Snowbird and Solitude, and here’s what she had to share:
Q&A with Elke from Ski City
Q: What’s new at Ski City resorts for 2015-16?
A: Lodging: Snowbird’s Cliff Lodge has newly renovated guestrooms.
Lift tickets: Solitude is now owned and operated by Deer Valley Resort. The Super Pass allows skiers to go directly to the lifts at Alta, Snowbird and Solitude.
Rentals: Up to 40 percent off rentals with the Super Pass.
Dining: At Snowbird, we have the new Hidden Peak restaurant and conference center at the top of the tram.
As always, Salt Lake City is home to 1,700 restaurants, 140 bars, 120 hotels and four professional sports teams!
Q: What makes Ski City resorts unique or different from other resorts?
A: One urban city surrounded by four world-class resorts.
Q: Why do you think guests return year after year to Ski City resorts?
A: 500-plus inches of powder, four resorts with world-class skiing and endless activities in Salt Lake City.
Q: What’s the No. 1 reason Ski City partners with Ski.com year in and year out?
A: Ski.com makes it easy to package vacations.