Solitude Mountain Resort

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Overall
4.1

Classic boutique resort with a convenient luxury ski village just steps from the lifts, that's what you find at Solitude Mountain Resort. And as the name implies, you won't find a lot of skiers - you will discover fabulous un-crowded big mountain skiing to offset the "small" mountain resort feel at the base. Deer Valley has purchased Solitude and has replaced the Summit Quad with an Express lift, accessing the sweet snowy terrain in Honeycomb Canyon. There will be more Deer Valley touches to come, like upgrading the lodging and food service to this lesser known ski resort with big powder and huge potential.

17/18 Historical Snowfall

Solitude Mountain Resort vs
Solitude Mountain ResortAlta
beginner10 %25 %
intermediate40 %40 %
advanced36 %35 %
expert14 %-
total runs77 116
ski area486ha 890ha
summit elevation3,059m 3,216m
total lifts8 11
child lift ticketFree $54 USD ($75 AUD)
adult lift ticket$88 USD ($122 AUD) $104 USD ($144 AUD)
uncrowded
snow
back country
value for money
average total snowfall704cm 686cm
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Solitude Mountain Resort Reviews

Fabulous 4.4 / 5
based on 16 reviews

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Very Good!4.2 / 5Nov 14, 2018
Seth J. Seth J.
intermediate skier
It is not a bad place. I personally prefer Brighton due to the terrain diversity. However, this is a great place for a powder day due to the wide open runs. It is relatively uncrowded compared to other resorts in part due to limited parking.... More
Superb!4.6 / 5Nov 23, 2017
SGSeth G.
advanced skier
Some of the best skiing ever. Short lines, different terrain, super friendly staff easy parking. The last time I skied there was easily one of the top 3 days I've ever had on a mountain. Must check it out!... More
Very Good!4.2 / 5Nov 23, 2017
CConnor
expert skier
Solitude is an aptly named resort, a great place to find yourself alone on extreme terrain on a powder day. I've skied a couple weekend and holiday powder days at Solitude and they looked like weekdays at nearby Brighton or most other resorts. However, you do need to be prepared to hike if you want to get all the goodies and the layout of the lifts... More
Good!3.6 / 5Nov 09, 2017
DGDaniel G.
expert snowboarder
Salt Lake City's best kept secret 500 inches of dry powder snow recently purchased by deer Valley resort deer Valley resort has sold itself this year so the quality deer Valley management now hangs out at Solitude and has made many improvements in the last few years... More
Superb!5 / 5Nov 07, 2017
CPChristian P.
expert snowboarder
Solitude is the gem of the Wasatch. Great snow, terrain, and no lift lines. Honeycomb Canyon is like having lift served backcountry. The frontside caters to beginners to advanced riders and skiers. The mid mountain lodge is comfy and has some of the best Himalayan food in Utah. Hit the village for pizza and apres beverages. If your gonna pick... More
Fabulous!4.2 / 5Nov 06, 2017
RSRyan S.
expert skier
As the name says, Solitude is what you will experience at this Resort. The powder from big dumps sticks around for days in the woods and chutes on the resort's back side. While Alta and Snowbird get all the press about the toughest terrain, there are certainly some runs here that will make you do a double take before dropping in. Also fantastic... More
Superb!5 / 5Oct 21, 2017
KDKenneth D.
While it's one of the smaller Wasatch Mountain resorts, Solitude offers deep powder intermediate runs with minimal crowds. The lodging and food are kept at high standard for reasonable price. A great value!
Superb!5 / 5Oct 18, 2017
KNKevin N.
Solitude truly lives up to its name, with so many runs and never a wait in the lift lines. And the new high speed summit lift gets you to the action even quicker.
Very Good!4 / 5Aug 31, 2013
GGlynda
easy to get too, nonstop flight available from ft. lauderdale, can ski the same day arrive. Incredible snow & NO LIFT lines. We love the ski-in ski-out and wonderful people. Great ski/snowboard school too.
Superb!5 / 5Aug 29, 2011
JJill
Also enjoyed the runs not too crowded, great snow. but more diffcult to get to when snows very heavy.

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