We caught up with our SKI test director to find out what goes into the most trusted ski test in the industry.
Starting Monday our editors and more than a dozen rippers will tear up Deer Valley Resort for our annual ski test. For five days, testers will ski a combined (roughly) 150 skis with the final results being posted online and in SKI’s Buyers Guide.
Main Street is home to some of the finest boutiques, galleries, and local shops around. You can easily spend several days exploring the options. Here’s where to start.
Dolly’s Bookstore: This charming, cozy book nook is a fine spot to hunker down with a tome and while away a couple of hours in peace. Pick up a surprise for the little ones in your life in Dolly’s excellent children’s section.
Burns Cowboy Shop: Don’t pass buy this authentic Western store with a full selection of genuine cowboy boots, hats, belts, buckles, and more. Owned and operated by the Burns family since 1876, the shop is a true local gem.
Deer Valley’s 14 Children’s Adventure Areas—yes, 14!—keep groms smiling from first chair to last.
At Deer Valley, we know that kids are not just small adults. When it comes to skiing, terrain geared toward young skiers goes a long way to teaching them vital skills—from turning, slowing, and stopping to getting the first little airs—that they need to become lifelong enthusiasts. Which is exactly what we want them to become. We bet you do, too.
Park City’s roots run so deep, it’ll take more than Vail’s influence to shake things up. Need proof? Go there.
(Photo: Courtesy Park City Resort, Dan Campbell)
There’s been lots of news coming out of Park City over the past few years, from the much-contested One Wasatch proposal, which would connect many of Utah’s resorts by chairlifts or gondolas, to Vail’s 2014 purchase of Park City Mountain Resort and its ultra-long
Experience the legacy of the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Games at Park City’s inspiring Olympic complex, minutes from Deer Valley.
One of the things we love best about our Park City, Utah location is sharing its Olympic legacy. And there’s no better place to do that than at Utah Olympic Park, situated 20 minutes from Deer Valley at Kimball Junction. Begin your experience with a tour through the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center, home to the Alf Engen Ski Museum and the Eccles Salt Lake 2002 Winter Games Museum. These unique venues take guests through skiing’s elaborate history as well as through the excitement of being the home city during the Salt Lake Olympics.