Sundance Resort

Robert Redford is a classy dude with a classy resort. Come to Sundance and you'll most likely walk away a western mountain cowgirl/boy with a sixth sense for snow density, shredding powder and lunar phases. Read more...




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Sundance Resort Overview

Make Sundance Resort, ranked #8 for Top 50 Ski Hotels in Conde Nast Traveler's December 2010 issue, your vacation destination.

"Great runs, gorgeous scenery and no crowds make Sundance one of winter's best in the West," noted Town and Country magazine. Intimate and rustic by design, Sundance differs from other resorts in more than size. Founded by Robert Redford in 1969, Sundance Resort is located on 5,000 acres of wilderness at the base of Utah's picturesque Mt. Timpanogos.

After an exhilarating morning of alpine or cross country skiing, explore the other treasures of Sundance, whether creating your own piece of jewelry in the Art Shack or exploring the mountain with a naturalist guide. Or, relax and enjoy the warmth of leisurely lunch beside a crackling fire in the Foundry Grill.

Discreetly tucked into the mountainside, Sundance's rustically elegant lodging accommodations offer guests a choice of studios, Sundance Suites, or Mountain Suites, with full kitchens, living and dining areas. Mountain homes are also available. Sundance's Native American-inspired Spa blends ancient traditions and totally organic products with the healing power of human touch.

Stay for dinner in one of our Sundance restaurants, most recently ranked second in the country by Conde Nast Traveler's Gold List for Best of Food 2008. Shop in the General Store or relax in an authentic western bar, the Owl Bar, a private club for members.

Sundance offers the perfect getaway, conveniently located, yet a world away. Sundance is located just 55 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport and 45 minutes from Park City.


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