In Utah, it’s always about the snow. You get that, and a variety of terrain, at Solitude. Experts will head for 1,200-acre Honeycomb Canyon, while intermediates can find plenty of fun on the front of the mountain in the trees, and cruising the cruisers. Even beginners can ski from the top of the mountain.

Unlike the bigger SLC resorts, Solitude doesn’t get the crowds, so line-ups are shorter and the powder lasts. Oh, and there’s 500 annual inches of the stuff.

And a combined ticket—with Brighton—provides even more ways to enjoy it.

If you’re planning a ski or snowboard vacation, Solitude has a lot to offer. And a wealth of accommodation options.


Click in the red navigation bar above. You’ll find a selection of skier-point-of-view (POV) videos of Solitude runs, so you can try a few before you go.


Go ahead. Find your mountain.

Solitude Ski Resort Utah


Here’s the Solitude Trail Map.