Sundance Resort in Utah has gained fame for its arts community and film festival over the years, but its skiing is not to be missed. With Mount Timpanogos as its backdrop, Sundance is the perfect setting for enjoying nature’s very best as you carve up the snow. With steep and deep or narrow chutes for the experts in your group and impeccably groomed trails for the more relaxed, Sundance offers a great combination of difficulty levels on a mountain of manageable size for your group.
Take advantage of the night-skiing offered at Sundance which includes many of the trails on the front of the mountain as well as the terrain park. This is a great way to squeeze every minute out of your Utah group ski trip and to spend as much time on the slopes and with your friends as possible.
Sundance’s Nordic Center offers 15 kilometers of trails groomed daily for cross-country skiers and there are an additional 10 kilometers of trails to guide your group through the woods on show shoes.
Dining at Sundance is a special experience that incorporates their earth-to-table philosophy. The Foundry Grill and the Tree Room use fresh, local, organic ingredients to take the dining experience to the highest level. Guests can enjoy live music nightly at the Owl Bar.
In all, Sundance offers a unique and breathtaking experience for a Utah group ski vacation. Ski Daddy can help you plan the perfect experience for your group.
When exiting the airport, turn right onto I-80 east. Then turn right onto I-215 heading south. Next take I–15 South towards Provo. Continue on I-15 to exit #272 (which is 800 North in Orem) turn left heading east.
Stay on 800 North through Orem to the mouth of the canyon. Stay in left hand lane, which will drop onto Hwy 189. Continue up the canyon approximately 7 miles to Scenic Route #92 which is the first left after the tunnel. Sundance is 2 miles up the canyon on the left.
From Park City
Take Hwy 248 (Kearns Boulevard) to Highway 40. Turn south (right) onto Highway 40 towards Heber City.
Drive through Heber City and turn right onto Highway 189 towards Provo.
Three miles past Deer Creek Reservoir, turn right onto Scenic Route 92 and continue for 2 miles to Sundance.