About Sundance, Utah

Noted as “one of the best lesser-known ski areas in the country” by SKI magazine’s editors. It's spectacular lodging, uncrowded slopes, terrain for all skiing abilities and arresting alpine scenery make a Sundance ski vacation the stuff of legends. Dedicated to serious skiers, Sundance is focused on a pro-environment, minimal-impact mountain experience Sundance is a year-round mountain community on 6,000 pristine acres at the base of the dramatically beautiful 12,000-foot Mount Timpanogos in the north fork of Provo Canyon.

Don’t forget this is the original home of the Sundance Film Festival (now hosted in Park City) and its famed-host Director/Actor Robert Redford. In 1969, Redford envisioned the careful growth of a community that would foster the alliance of arts and recreation while preserving the integrity of the land, and that’s exactly what Sundance is today.

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Underrated, laid-back and uncrowded, Sundance isn't one of Utah's best-known resorts. You can’t see much terrain from the base area, nor does a trail map accurately portray the spectacular Sundance skiing, but once you're on the mountain, it becomes clear. Sundance must be intentionally kept a secret. It all makes sense when skiing on the resort's varied terrain of wide-open powder bowls, perfectly groomed boulevards, playful gullies and a range of tree skiing.

Mountain Stats

2150'

Vertical Drop

6100'

Base Depth

8250'

Summit Depth

TERRAIN

500ac

Total Acres

8

Total Lifts

0mi

Longest Run

Trails

36

Beginner

44

Intermediate

14

Expert

Activities

TerrainPark

No

Tubing

No

Night Skiing

No

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