Torchlight Parade The Torchlight Parade will be held on Saturday, December 30 at approximately 6 p.m. (dusk) on Big Stick ski run on Bald Eagle Mountain, behind Snow Park Lodge. Complimentary hot chocolate and cookies will be served on the Snow Park Plaza from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. An annual tradition celebrating the holiday season,
December is the most wonderful time of the year to experience the magic of the holiday season at Deer Valley Resort. Voted the United States’ Best Ski Resort four years running, Deer Valley provides a winter wonderland setting and ample holiday cheer for visiting guests with its on-mountain festivities and gourmet feasts. On-mountain holiday highlights
I’m still warm from the memory of the Torchlight Parade. Which is funny, considering it’s a stand-outside-in-winter-temps activity. Still, it doesn’t matter how many times we go; the experience of closing out the year by braving the cold to take in the lights and torches on the hill and the incredible gift of the formation
Deer Valley Resort’s Torchlight Parade from Deer Valley Resort on Vimeo. Cider, cookies and bragging rights—those are just three benefits of watching Deer Valley’s Torchlight Parade on December 30. Be sure to follow these steps to make your Torchlight experience a successful one. Step One: Disregard the thermometer. Braving the cold is worth it, not
Holiday magic is happening at the resort recently awarded United States’ Best Ski Resort by the 2014 World Ski Awards. Deer Valley Resort’s holiday events have become beloved annual traditions for visiting guests, the entire Park City community and locals alike. To celebrate Christmas, Santa Claus will visit Deer Valley on Wednesday, December 24, 2014.
… But I love the Torchlight Parade at Deer Valley, most of all. It’s a known fact: It is flat-out impossible to be in a bad mood at Deer Valley Resort’s annual Torchlight Parade. This pre-New Year tradition involves a veritable river of complimentary cocoa, Deer Valley’s signature cookies, and an overwhelmingly fun sense of
The holiday season is about spending time with family. Deer Valley Resort’s holiday events have become beloved annual traditions for visiting guests, the Park City community and locals alike. Are you new to Park City? Come create lasting memories with our fun, free and family friendly activities throughout the holiday season. Join us to celebrate
Where do I even begin with what is going on at Deer Valley these days. Since opening a week ago the conditions have been fantastic and so have the deals. The Mariposa is still running their 2 for 1 on entrees until December 17. It is a great treat if you have not been before