Deer Valley Ski Vacations, Winter Activities

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Winter Activities & Services

Deer Valley Resort isn't solely about arcing on groomed runs. It's about the whole five-star vacation whether you're traveling with family, friends or your honey. 

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  • Take a complimentary tour of the mountain every morning at 9:30 a.m. for expert skiers and 10 a.m. for intermediates. 
  • If you like hearty European meats and stews, book a table for Fireside Dining at the Empire Canyon Lodge. Open every Wed.-Fri. through the ski season. You can also book a horse-drawn sleigh for before or after your meal. (435) 645-6632.
  • Catch Olympic-calibre action at the Freestyle World Cup competitions held every year on the Champion and White Owl runs at the base of DV. Walk up from the parking lot for the night mogul and aerial events, live music and fireworks. 


Gourmet dining, spas, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, shopping, sleigh rides and mountain vistas. You can visit Park City and never leave Deer Valley.

Deer Valley is committed to food. Great food. It isn't often you'll find non-skiers hoisting trays through a mountain buffet line but locals know that the Snow Park or Silver Lake lodge lunches (where you can get to without skis) are the best in town. Fresh soups, carving stations, pastas and a salad bar, grill and sandwich stations. Anything for any appetite. At night, the Seafood Buffet and Mariposa Cafe consistently win the palettes of dining critics and romantics.

The internationally acclaimed Stein Eriksen Lodge, St. Regis Resort and Deer Valley Montage hotels have full-service spa facilities to pamper you while on vacation.

The Deer Valley-operated Summit Meadows Adventures snowmobile tours aren't at the resort but shuttles can take you to the Garff Ranch in Brown's Canyon, 10 minutes away where you can access 7,000 acres of pristine open lands. (800) 424-DEER (3337).

First Tracks
Use DV's First Tracks program for private early lift access and guided skiing from 8 - 9 a.m. Cost is $1,500 for up to eight skiers. (800) 424-deer (3337). Must be booked 10 days in advance.

Grab a pair of shoes from any number of rental or retail shops in Park City then drive up to Guardsman Pass for a spectacular hike on a groomed track that crosses the Northside and Empire Canyon areas of Deer Valley.

Those who love to shop will drool over the designer finds at the new Shops at Montage Deer Valley. Both Silver Lake Village and Snowpark Lodge have a couple of high-end sporting good stores worth investigating. Bring home a variety of souvenirs from the Deer Valley Signatures Stores at Snow Park Lodge, Silver Lake Village and at 625 Main St. in downtown Park City.