As part of our continuing series – we are going to highlight Solitude Mountain Resort.
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Solitude Mountain Resort
Solitude is one of the smaller ski resorts near Salt Lake City. It is a family-oriented mountain, with a wider range of beginner and intermediate slopes than other Utah ski resorts; 70% of its slopes are graded “beginner” or “intermediate,” the highest such ratio in the Salt Lake City area. Solitude was one of the first major US resorts to adopt an RFID lift ticket system, allowing lift lines to move more efficiently while reducing “lift poaching”.
Solitude Resort also operates a nordic center. The Solitude Nordic Center, nestled between the Solitude and Brighton ski areas, offers a variety of nordic sport opportunities, including snowshoeing, skate and classic cross-country skiing. The site’s 13 cross-country skiing trails cover twelve miles evenly divided between “easiest” and “moderately difficult”, including a long loop of two miles. Six snowshoe trails cover six miles. Instruction and training workshops are offered.
Check Out Solitudes Trail Map this is a .pdf so you can right click to download.
In the early 1900s, tenacious silver miners gave the name Solitude to the geographic area now dominated by Solitude Mountain Resort. The ski area opened in the fall of 1957 with two chair lifts providing access to most of the area now skied on the front of the mountain. More…
We skied at 4 resorts in 4 days – Snowbird, Canyons, Park City and Solitude. This was a family trip with our 2 teenage boys taken before the oldest goes of to Ohio State this fall. We loved coming back from skiing and sitting in the hot tub. The condo was great, very comfortable. Would come back here again. Thanks for everything.- Price Family - Cincinnati, Ohio