ALTA SKI AREA
About Alta Ski Area
Since Alta was established in 1938, the small base town has developed organically over time. Bringing together like-minded skiers who want a chance to take on some of Salt Lake City's most spectacular terrain.
Alta Ski Area is one of few resorts that prohibits snowboarding, proud of their skiing heritage the tradition remains strong today. Despite the hard-core skier culture, Alta is welcoming of newcomers and provides a real sense of community the minute you arrive.
The mountain itself has 2,200 acres of skiable terrain and some of the best off-piste skiing in Utah. The terrain is geared towards intermediate and advanced skiers, locals say "If you can ski here, you can ski anywhere", we're inclined to agree.
Alta is also know for delivering one of the best end of season videos of 2017. We love this reenactment of John Denver's classic 'Dancing with the mountains'.
The accommodation at Alta is made up of five traditional and charming ski lodges. If you're looking for a more central location for a multiple resort trip we recommend staying in Salt Lake City.
SKI CITY SUPER PASS
If you're going to ski or board Salt Lake this year, the Super Pass is your ticket to getting a whole lot of benefits ...
All meals includes – breakfast and dinner
Alta's Rustler Lodge is located at the Alta Ski Area and a free shuttle throughout Alta and Snowbird is available. Full breakfast and dinner ...
How to get there
The closest airport is Salt Lake City Airport (SLC), just a 45 minute drive from Alta. There are no direct flights from Australia, the most common route is to fly via Los Angeles or San Francisco (12-15 hour flight) and then on to Salt Lake City.
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Car hire and airport transfers are available at Salt Lake City Airport. Drive time is approximately 45 minutes.
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