Deer Valley Resort is nestled in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, just 36 miles east of Salt Lake City, in the historic mining town of Park City. Deer Valley Resort is filled with nonstop activity such as lift-served mountain biking, hiking and scenic chairlift rides, Summer Adventure Camp for children and music-filled evenings at our
Bonanza Flats is a spectacular piece of open land at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon, tucked between Guardsman Pass, Peak 10,420, and the Park City ridgeline. It’s home to the Wasatch Crest Trail, Bloods and Lacawaxen Lakes, dog-friendly hiking, backcountry skiing, and spectacular foliage and wildlife. The parcel is also vital to proposed resort
Chuck English is retiring as of January 16, 2017, after 36 years with Deer Valley Resort. Thank you Chuck, for your leadership, friendship and many contributions to Deer Valley Resort. We wish you all the best in your retirement. Chuck English served as director of mountain operations for Deer Valley Resort for 31 years and has worked
Deer Valley Resort located in Park City, Utah. When Edgar J. Stern founded the resort in 1981, it was on the principle that a ski vacation could be every bit as service-oriented as a cruise or a luxury beach resort. He believed that the food, lodging, amenities, and staff are what would transform a ski
Quicker travel means more turns. Whether you like to plan your ski vacation months in advance or chase the snowstorms, your trip to Deer Valley will deliver. Travel + Leisure just named Salt Lake City International Airport the BEST Airport in the U.S., based upon the fewest delays in the country. Basically, if you fly into Salt
It’s time to start making memories. From this point on, your experience will be just that: your unique experience. At Deer Valley, we believe that a vacation is far more than a ski trip. It’s an opportunity to create moments – recollections that live on long after the plane touches down at your home airport.
Stein Eriksen, the legendary alpine skier whose revolutionary technique and distinctive style made him a founder of modern skiing, passed away on Sunday, December 27, 2015. Stein served as the Director of Skiing at Deer Valley Resort where he worked for 35 years until he passed away. Stein was recently honored with an exhibit at