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: Emily Summers, April 27, 2016
Solitude has appointed Philip Diana as Solitude Mountain Resort’s new director of lodging operations effective on Tuesday, April 26, 2016. Philip is in his sixteenth year of employment at Solitude, and has worked in a variety of positions in the lodging division, including housekeeping, front desk operations, guest services and most recently Philip was the general manager of The Inn at Solitude.
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