Deer Valley A-Z | Jordanelle

Often called one of the best-kept secrets at Deer Valley Resort, the Jordanelle area is a hidden gem on the northeastern edge of the resort. Overlooking the Jordanelle Reservoir, a popular summer destination for Park City watersports, this side of the mountain is quiet with beautiful views that span out to the Uinta Mountains and toward Wyoming.

If you’re staying in Heber City or Midway, begin your day at the Jordanelle Ticket Office, which is literally right off Highway 40. Skiers can hop on the Jordanelle Express Gondola and easily access Little Baldy Peak and its ski runs, as well as the rest of the resort’s runs.

For those staying in Park City, arcing down the Jordanelle groomer as it bends and falls with each subsequent pitch is almost as fun as the plush gondola ride back up. The journey can also coincide with a stop at the St. Regis Deer Valley, where you can sit in their outdoor Adirondack chairs and grab a signature drink. Each St. Regis location has its own unique cocktail, and at Deer Valley it’s the 7452 Mary, a Bloody Mary featuring vodka distilled at an elevation of more than 7,000 feet coupled with celery foam, which adds a cloud-like garnish to the cocktail.

2 Responses

  1. Rick Westbrook says:

    Deer Valley is a beautiful resort that brings our family back every year. We appreciate the resort being unique, and not allowing snowboards. There are plenty of resorts that do allow snow boards, but Deer Valley is filling a desire by a lot of people that appreciate the experience.
    Also the hiring of retirees for the resort, and the professionalism of the workers is exceptional and unmatched. Please don’t change a thing with the new ownership and management.

  2. Deer Valley says:

    Hi Rick,

    Thank you for your comments. We have passed them on to our management team. We look forward to seeing you on the slopes again soon.

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