Posted By: Solitude Mountain, October 16, 2017
The Wasatch Mountains rise sharply above Salt Lake City. Rolling, brushy foothills give way to peaks cloaked in high alpine firs, laden with chutes and open faces beckoning to be skied. Unlike other small ski towns, Salt Lake is a city, home to over one million people. Yet it boasts some of the easiest access for locals and visitors with six ski resorts within a 45-minute drive of the Salt Lake City International Airport. Toss in 500-plus inches of annual snowfall, and you have a powder skiing paradise with plenty of options. Yet somehow Solitude Mountain remains undiscovered, a world-class resort devoid of the crowds.
Posted By: Nick Como, September 25, 2017
You know those bumper stickers that say “London Paris Tokyo”? I think it’s about designer clothes or something. Anyway, I have always dreamed of creating one that says “Chamonix Jackson Solitude” to remind other skiers just how steep it is at Solitude Mountain Resort. While Soli doesn’t have Cham’s glaciers or Jackson’s 4,000’ of vert, we do have some runs steep enough to get even a pro skier’s adrenaline running.
Posted By: Nick Como, January 17, 2017
Choosing which resort to go to is an easy call - few lift lines, fewer people - we all know why we’re Solitude skiers. But, how do you make the most of your sick err...powder days? Here’s my strategy on typical storm days to maximize vertical, catch a few terrain openings and get more than my fair share of the goods!
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