Solitude  | Park City Mountain | Deer Valley 

Solitude Mountain Resort, Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort lead the skiing and snowboarding industry with their state of the art snowmaking, grooming, snowcat fleets and experienced build teams. These teams transform the venues into unparalleled, world class terrain parks and race courses frequented by World Champion, X Games and Olympic gold medalists. The iconic venues have not only brought skiing and snowboarding to the next generation, but also continue the progression of the sports through regular contests and competitions.

Solitude Mountain Resort

Solitude Mountain Resort has something to offer skiers and riders of all abilities. Just 30 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport, Solitude features over 1,200 acres of terrain, ranging from groomed runs to powder glades, as well as delectable dining and après options. Solitude’s Nordic Center offers nearly 20 kilometers of groomed Nordic trails in addition to 10 kilometers of snowshoeing trails. Located in one of the snowiest canyons in North America, Solitude is the best kept secret in Utah.

Solitude Mountain Resort joined the lineup for the 2019 FIS Snowboarding, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships by hosting their first major international event, the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix/FIS Snowboard World Cup and FIS Skicross NorAm in 2017.

Park City Mountain, the largest resort in the United States, is located in the heart of Park City, Utah, only a 35-minute ride from Salt Lake City International Airport.  Park City bustles with activities year-round with two distinct base areas, nine hotels, thrilling family adventures and more than two dozen restaurants. In the summer of 2015, Park City Mountain completed the largest resort improvement project in the history of American skiing– boasting more than 7,300 acres of terrain, a brand new eight-passenger gondola, new restaurants, upgraded lifts and more.


2002 Olympic Winter Games

2009 and 2013 FIS Freestyle and Snowboard World Cup

2010 U.S. Grand Prix Snowboarding Finals and U.S. Olympic Team Naming

2011 FIS Freestyle World Championships

2014 U.S. Grand Prix Freeskiing Finals and U.S. Olympic Team Naming

The venues at Park City Mountain include the iconic 22ft Eagle Superpipe, known throughout the industry as one of the most perfectly engineered half pipes in the world; Kings Crown, site of the Freeskiing and Snowboarding Slopestyle and host of multiple Grand Prix slopestyle events; and the 2011 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.


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Deer Valley® revolutionized the ski industry by being the first North American resort to provide the first-class service one would receive at a five-star hotel. Located in the historic mining town of Park City, Utah, Deer Valley features luxurious amenities such as uniformed ski valets, complimentary ski storage and mountain tours, groomed-to-perfection slopes, limited lift ticket sales along with gourmet dining in three elegant day lodges. With award-winning lodging, convenient access via interstate highways, an on-site, state-licensed child care facility, and the bounty of 300 annual inches of powder snow backed up by state-of-the-art snowmaking, Deer Valley offers guests a complete vacation experience.

Deer Valley Resort is regarded as one of the best venues in the international freestyle community and has played host to international and world competitions for 19 consecutive years, including:

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2015 VISA Freestyle International FIS World Cup at Deer Valley
Photo © Kirk Paulsen

2002 Winter Olympic Games

2003 and 2011 World Championships

2000-2017 FIS Freestyle World Cup

2006, 2010, 2014 Olympic Freestyle Team namings

The world renowned runs of Champion and White Owl will be used for the 2019 World Championships for Moguls, Dual Moguls and Aerial competitions. These sites have been host to the 2002 Olympics, 2003 and 2011 FIS Freestyle Ski World Championship and the annual FIS Freestyle World Cup.