Sundance Ski Resort is flat-out stunning. The 500 acres of skiable terrain sit tucked underneath the ominous striations of the Timpanogos mountains. The beauty makes an ideal backdrop for both filmmakers and riders.
In 1969, shortly after filming Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the Sundance Kid himself, Robert Redford, bought Timphaven Resort and some additional acres surrounding 12,000-foot Mount Timpanogos and turned it into Sundance.
Sundance offers skiing and riding terrain for all ability levels from open bowl skiing to tree shots to long groomers. Ride the quad lift from the base of the Village for easy access to the two additional lifts and a 2,150-foot vertical drop.
Sundance is located 51 miles southeast of Salt Lake International and a few miles west of Orem. Take I–15 south towards Provo. Exit at 800 North in Orem (#272). Head east towards the mountains and continue up the canyon approximately 7 miles to Scenic Route #92- the first left after the tunnel. Sundance is 2 miles on the left.
Starting mid-December, lifts are open daily 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., through the first weekend in April. The resort stays open until 9 p.m. for night-skiing Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. The weekends may get slightly busy with Provo locals but Sundance is like a ghost town midweek.
Three lifts, two full-service restaurants, a vintage pub, two on-mountain cafeterias, ski school, snowshoeing, Nordic Center, spa, art classes, general store, rental shop.
Sundance Ski Resort
8841 N. Alpine Loop Road
Sundance, Utah 84604