SOLITUDE RESORT GUIDE

Solitude
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Solitude Resort Overview


Solitude Mountain Resort exudes the atmosphere of a friendly local’s mountain and encompasses a laid-back vibe. It is best known for steep, fall line tree skiing, consistent powder storms, winding groomers, and gentle beginner terrain. The variety of terrain at Solitude makes it an ideal destination for families or groups of different skill levels. Solitude is located in Big Cottonwood Canyon just west of Brighton


As one of the smaller major resorts in Utah, Solitude can be fully explored in a couple days or over the course of an extended weekend. Solitude has two main base areas and a quaint European-style village with a quantity of luxurious lodges and condos. Despite its sleepy demeanor, Solitude has a few après watering holes and a handful of delicious restaurants. Solitude’s Ski & Ride School offers some of the best lessons in town and many Utahans learn to ski at this resort. Guests looking to travel to Solitude need not rent a car as complimentary transportation is provided between the base areas and the UTA Ski Bus runs to Brighton and the resorts in Park City and Little Cottonwood. 


Pass summary: Solitude is an unlimited resort on the Ikon Pass. The Base Pass also has unlimited access but beware of holiday restrictions. The Ikon Pass comes with a free Ski Bus pass to avoid parking fees. Solitude is always running special deals and lodging packages, see here to take advantage. Check back regularly and book early to save. Ticket Paks are a great option for those looking to shred Solitude for 5 - 14 days.

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Family Friendly

Snow-Making & Grooming

Ski School