Things to Do
Winter Done Right
Looser. Less crowded. Find Solitude
Solitude Mountain Resort offers great skiing and riding close to Salt Lake City, Utah, with plenty of powder, moguls, and groomed runs as well as cross-country skiing. Read more...
8 lifts, 77 runs
North Star (Green-Easy)
Gary's Glade (Blue-Intermediate)
Paradise Lost (Black Diamond-Technical)
Headwall Forest (Black Diamond-Technical)
Prince of Wales (Double Black Diamond-Technical)
Dine on the mountain or in Solitude Village when you visit Solitude Mountain Resort. Solitude Village, located near the Apex Express chairlift, provides guests with dining options such as Honeycomb Grill which serves contemporary American cuisine for lunch and dinner.
St. Bernard’s is another option for dinner and features a selection of European family favorites in a casual buffet-style setting. Stone Haus Pizzeria & Creamery offers some great options for breakfast, lunch and dinner or a quick snack to go.
While on the mountain, be sure to enjoy Moonbeam Lodge, the resort’s largest cafeteria-style space for breakfast, lunch or an après snack. Last Chance Southwest Grill features a latin taco bar and Southwest inspired foods.
If you’re in the mood for Himalayan and Wasatch-inspired food, be sure to visit Roundhouse for lunch.
After a long day on the slopes be sure to enjoy an après beverage at the Thirsty Squirrel, Argenta Pub or Library Bar.
Looking for a unique fine dining experience? The Yurt at Solitude features a guided, evening snowshoe adventure through a moon and lantern lit forest to a Mongolian yurt. Chefs then prepare a memorable four-course dinner right before your eyes.
Enjoy the mountain views on the deck at Honeycomb Grill while savoring dynamic, contemporary American cuisine. A full bar, wine and beer are also available.
Stone Haus Pizzeria & Creamery offers a variety of delicious, fresh items for every meal, gourmet ice cream and coffee for dining in as well as take-out.
The Thirsty Squirrel is a great place to stop by and enjoy a great selection of craft beer, wine, cocktails and appetizers.
You can stay in condos, townhomes, luxury homes--whatever the heck you want. The ski-in/ski-out condos are pretty darn convenient.
Super convenient. Super affordable. Super awesome gear. You should just leave your own gear at home.
The Powderhorn Adventure Center is open for summer operations. They offer a full line of Scott all-mountain rental bikes and disc rentals for the disc golf course.
Solitude Mountain Resort’s 2017 - 2018 winter season dates are December 2, 2017 – April 15, 2018, weather and conditions permitting.
During the winter, Solitude Mountain Resort has something to offer skiers and riders of all abilities with an average of 500” of annual snowfall, 1,200 acres of incredible terrain, 77 named runs, three bowls and some of the most impressive off-piste terrain in the country.
Solitude also has 20 kilometers of Nordic skiing trails groomed for skate and classic styles, as well as a set of snowshoeing trails. To keep the winter fun going after the lifts shut down, the Village base is home to a kid-friendly ice skating rink.
At a Glance:
• 8 chairlifts
• 77 runs
• Chairlift open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., daily
• 5 Terrain Areas
• 11 Nordic Trails
• Base: 8,005 ft
• Summit: 10,035
• 2,030 Vertical Feet
• Located in Big Cottonwood Canyon, UT
Summer at Solitude means that our slopes have transformed to bring you an array of scenic lift-served mountain biking and hiking trails, a beautiful 18-hole disc golf course, mountain scooters and more. With a variety of accommodations and excellent cuisine, we invite you to discover Solitude this summer.
Enjoy the mountain views on the deck at Honeycomb Grill while savoring dynamic contemporary American cuisine. A full bar, wine and beer are also available. Stone Haus Pizzeria & Creamery has a variety of delicious, fresh items for every meal, gourmet ice cream and coffee are offered for dining in as well as take-out. The Thirsty Squirrel is a great place to stop by and enjoy a great selection of craft beers, wine, cocktails and appetizers.