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Sundance Resort


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Salt Lake City International Airport

Airlines operating from Salt Lake City include American Airlines, Continental, Delta Airlines, Frontier, JetBlue Airways, Skywest Airlines, Southwest, United and US Airways.



From Salt Lake City Airport
When exiting the airport, turn right onto I-80 east. Then turn right onto I-215 heading south. Next take I–15 South towards Provo. Continue on I-15 to exit #272 (which is 800 North in Orem) turn left heading east.  Stay on 800 North through Orem to the mouth of the canyon. Stay in left hand lane, which will drop onto Hwy 189.  Continue up the canyon approximately 7 miles to Scenic Route #92 which is the first left after the tunnel. Sundance is 2 miles up the canyon on the left.


From Park City
Take Hwy 248 (Kearns Boulevard) to Highway 40. Turn south (right) onto Highway 40 towards Heber City.  Drive through Heber City and turn right onto Highway 189 towards Provo.  Three miles past Deer Creek Reservoir, turn right onto Scenic Route 92 and continue for 2 miles to Sundance.


Name Description Maximum Occupancy Price Range

Sundance Mountain Loft





With approximately 900 square feet, each features a queen or king-sized bed in a private master bedroom, full private bathroom, fully equipped kitchen, living and dining area, stone fireplace and a deck or patio. Each also offers a unique ladder-access loft with additional bedding above the living/kitchen area.


Extra person charges may apply



$354 and up




Sundance Suites



Approximately 700 square feet, each features a queen-sized bed, full private bathroom with separate vanity area, stone fireplace, deck or patio, kitchenette and a small sitting area.  Extra person charges may apply

$314 and up


Sundance Standards



Approximately 450 square feet, each offers a queen-sized bed, full private bathroom with separate vanity area and a coffee maker.
Extra person charges may apply

$294 and up





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Sundance Resort

For those of you who like specifics, Sundance was named by the editors of Ski magazine as one of the best lesser-known areas in the country. It boasts 450 acres of pristine Utah terrain and snow, and a vertical drop of 2,150 feet. The Quad lift from the village eases access to additional lifts and terrain ranging from beginner to expert. In the summer, the same lift offers a scenic chair ride and access to mountain biking and hiking trails. But, if you're not an expert, don't let that vertical drop deter you. Sundance presents both alpine skiers and snowboarders a vast diversity of runs, from gentle green circles to challenging double black diamonds. Skier services include an acclaimed PSIA Certified ski school, specialized ski workshops and a children's ski school designed to meet a child's individual needs.

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Pros: Easy to navigate with children, arts and crafts, pottery, film screenings, bar, restaurants, destination wedding, drive to Park City, Alta, Snowbird,

Cons: Tiny mountain, not for skiers looking for a challenge, in the middle of nowhere so pretty much stay within resport for food, entertainment, etc.

Go to Sundance if you are looking for rustic but upscale accommodations.  You can stay in rooms and condos within the resort, close to skiing, restaurants and arts and crafts or you can stay in the many large houses up in the hills.  Bring your kids along for this vcacation. During the day, you can go for ski runs then when your children (or you) want to do something else or are cold, you can do pottery, arts & crafts,  movie screenings, spa or just sit at the sandwich shop or bar.    

The mountain is small.  This makes it perfect for families with children or for friends and a couple who are looking for a getaway that is small, rustic, not mobbed with people like most nice resorts in the Southwest.  Note**** there is no nearby town or other restaurants closeby.  This is more of a "camp" like feel but it has that rustic yet elegant feel. 

For the skiing enthusiasts of the group
, Park City, Alta and Snowbird are not too far away.  

Nightlife is fun if you bring your own group.  Restaurant is made out of wood inside yet is elegant at the same time. The bar is a cozy, wooden bar with great music and an all-natual woodsy ambiance. 

They also have a great selection of DVDs at the front desk - many historical movies included - to borrow and bring to your room.  There is a beautiful gift shop with many hand made products including clothes, jewelry and candles.  It is also fun to just browse
the wonderful photos famous directors and actors of past Sundance Film Festivals and Sundance visitors. 

This is a beautiful spot for a destination wedding weekend and has fun activites for all - skiers or not.   The large event space has high vaulted ceilings and is made out of wood yet the walls are made of glass so you can see the beautiful scenery from inside.

It really is a beautiful getaway if you want a relaxed, rustic yet beautiful vacation, and are looking to get away among the Utah wilderness and not looking for a scene.


Pros: Not crowded, close proximity to Utah Valley

Cons: Lacks terrain

Good mountain if you want to avoid the mobs of people up Big and Little Cottonwood. Fun terrain if you're not looking for anything too crazy.


It's small, but if you just like to ski and don't really care about a small atmosphere without true big mountain terrain, it's fun.