Exploring the Mountains
Sundance Resort has everything you need to get out and enjoy the unique mountain ecosystem that it is located in. Whether you want to walk, peddle or ride, Sundance has the trails, equipment and knowledge to make your journey exceptional. For anglers wishing to test their skills on the world-class trout inhabiting the scenic Provo River, Sundance has both fly fishing equipment and guides waiting.
Arts and Entertainment
Sundance Resort's commitment to the arts is never more apparent than during the summer season. In addition to live music at the renowned Bluebird Café Series, which gives listeners a chance to hear musicians perform their songs and explain their history, and the Utah Symphony Summer Series, Sundance hosts the Tree Room Author Series, a series of talks and lectures that brings popular authors and the public together. Add in the Annual Food and Wine Festival, and Sundance provides a full summer of entertainment and fun.
Just in case you find yourself with some free time between biking the superb single track and listening to the Utah Symphony, Sundance's Art Shack and Artists in Residence provide you with a unique opportunity to create your own art while being inspired by the marvelous mountain landscape.
The Spa at Sundance
Built of all-natural wood and providing uninterrupted views of the mountains, the Spa at Sundance is the perfect place to go for rejuvenation. Inspired by local Native American culture, experts at the Spa will help you relax through massage, body treatment, facials, nail care and more.
Sundance Ski Resort
Main Number: 1.801.225.4107
Job Hotline: 1.801.223.4562
Road Conditions: 1.801.223.4545
Mountain Recreation: 1.801.223.4121
Events & Activities: 1.801.223.4567
Art Shack & Art Gallery: 1.801.223.4535
General Store: 1.801.223.4250
8841 N. Alpine Loop Road
Sundance, Utah 84604