Located in the incorporated town of Deer Valley, Utah, Deer Valley is a premier vacation destination, demarcated by three ski resorts: Snow Park Village, Silver Lake Village, and Empire Pass. Lodging and accommodations in this ski resorts are excellent. Vacation rentals like homes, cabins, cottages, villas, condos & apartments are lighted, large fireplaces crackling with burning logs. Atmosphere is literally breath-taking. The sun shines on the snow-capped Rockies. Skiers zip down, bouncing over moguls, winding through pine. Families, couples, friends drink coffee and hot chocolate, relaying their war stories about the steeps and runs. Deer Valley, Utah, is noted as a ski resort with snowboarding prohibited. The major attractions tower over you: Bald Eagle Mountain, Bald Mountain, Flagstaff Mountain, and Empire Canyon. Bald Eagle Mountain is at 8,400 feet in elevation. The 2002 Olympic Winter Games were held on this mountain. Beginners and intermediates will appreciate this mountain. Wide West is a beginner's area. Terrain runs also lead into Deer Crest real estate development, making the mountain easily accessible. Below Bald Mountain, Silver Lake Village bristles with skiers. Bald Mountain has an elevation of 9,400 feet. Slopes are steeper, trails are rougher, snow has more powder. More advanced skiers will welcome the challenges of this mountain. Flagstaff Mountain has an elevation of 9,100 feet.
If skiing is not the total sum of your vacation at Deer Valley, Utah, Deer Valley is a couple minutes away. Watch acclaimed performances at the Eccles Center or the Egyptian Theatre Company. Discover for yourself Deer Valley's history and heritage, at the Historical Society and on historical tours. Lodging is available in many comfortable vacation rentals such as homes, cottages, cabins, condos, villas, and apartments, so choosing one of them for your accommodations is usually not a problem. Zagat Restaurant Guide and SKI magazine have had consistently high ratings for the restaurants at many of the Deer Valley lodges. Exquisite buffets and brunches, gourmet and comfort pizza, and banquets for all parties are among the highlights of eating in Deer Valley. Art classes, comprehensive education, and showings held at the Kimball Arts Center are inspirations and experiences not to be missed. High arts, such as jazz, orchestral ensembles, and opera, don't go unnoticed, with different venues and concert halls around Deer Valley. It is worth staying at Deer Valley alone (or Deer Valley) to attend the Sundance Film Festival. In Deer Valley, Utah, music festivals are constant, food and beverages served. Business meetings are constant too. With group packages, everything from dining, a quality, attending staff, to better access to all of the recreational activities is an incentive. Staffs at the lodges, too, are attending and waiting for one of your greatest events, your wedding. Before the silent, rising mountains, maybe not all, but some of your mind can calm during this stressful time. On the other hand, if action is what you want, wintertime succeeds, with every type of imaginable ski-related event, race, party, and festival. Snow Park Bakery is of particular interest for its high quality catering service. While, in most of Utah, it is difficult to find a drink or two, Deer Valley and Deer Valley are exceptions to that rule. If coffee, whether organic, exotic, or flavored, is your brew, an Internet cafe keeps your cup hot and you in contact with the world away from this valley vacation. Shopping in Deer Valley and Deer Valley is quaint, yet modern, in the sense that not too many conglomerates have taken over. Find local art, crafts, jewelry, antiques, furniture and furnishings, clothing, and, of course, the very latest in skiing and other sporting apparel and equipment.
Deer Valley, Utah, and its ski resorts are world famous. While you are vacationing a few pointers never hurt. Some of the best, most qualified pros instruct at ski clinics and private lessons. And if not the skier in your party, other activities, such as snowshoeing, snowmobiling, hot air ballooning, or good, old sled riding, can be enjoyed equally as skiing. Again, snowboarding is prohibited in Deer Valley. Summer time does not close the door of Deer Valley. Hit the trails on your mountain bike or have instructors school you on advanced mountain biking. Hike miles upon miles through the awe-inspiring Rockies and densely forested trails. Summer camps like Explorers and Mountaineers, Jamboree and Trekkers, an Bucky's Backyard, feature an assortment of games for children and intense challenges for adults. Most lodging amenities and vacation rentals like cabins, cottages, homes, condos, villas and apartments run year-round businesses, so finding accommodations in summer is equally easy as in winter time. Arrival at Deer Valley, Utah, meets your expectations as to what a ski resorts area should be like. Skiers zigzag, bounding off moguls, down the steep slopes. Seemingly endless miles of runs, trails, and seemingly endless breadth of the Rockies will incite feelings of freedom and excitement. Hiding away from Flagstaff Mountain beginner trails, in a spot where snow sticks for longer than a day, is a rough jewel, Ontario Bowl. Empire Canyon is the most elevated and advanced out of the other Deer Valley resorts: 9,560 feet, eight chutes, and three bowls. Over 560 acres of snow are made in Deer Valley, Utah. There are 98 runs and six bowls. Deer Valley is exactly the type of vacation destination for those who seek the comforts of detailed things, such as warm chocolate by a fire or the finest of meals, and for the challenges of nature in its rarest form.