Solitude Mountain Resort

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Solitude Mountain Resort Snow forecast

  • Thursday
    0.6 in rain
    Sol och regn
    1 mph
  • Friday
    0.7 in rain
    Rain showers
    1 mph
  • Saturday
    0.6 in rain
    Rain showers
    3 mph

Facts about Solitude Mountain Resort

Slopes (Total: 82)
Green circle Easiest:5
Blue square Intermediate:35
Black diamond Advanced:25
Double black diamond Expert Only:17
Longest slope:18373 ft

Lifts (Total: 9)
Chair lifts:8
Platter lift:1
Lift capacity:  12550 persons/hour

Vertical drop
Solitude Mountain Resort Vertical drop
Mountain high: 10486 ft
Vertical drop: 2493 ft
Mountain low: 7992 ft
Skiable vertical drop: 2047 ft (The vertical drop you can ride in one go on skis)

Country: USA
Region: Utah

Reviews for Solitude Mountain Resort

What do you think about Solitude Mountain Resort?
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Really awesome skiing, both in the piste and in the off-piste. When you first come to the resort it feels very small and you wonder if it really was worth your trip. But if you take a look at a piste map and go to skiers left before the family back then you come to the larger part of the resort which is pretty invisible from both lift hubs. If you take the Moonbeam express from the day's guest parking, you can take skiers left to Powderhorn2 which is a very slow and long lift that takes one to the top of powderhorn2. At the top there are 1600 ft down to the bottom. You can also take skiers right to Summit express where you can get 1800 ft top to bottom. Something that I would really suggest is to take off the skis after Summit express and go up to Fantasy Ridge. When you come up your should be careful when you can leave Solitude and end up in Alta if you go down the wrong side. Fantasy ridge offered really awesome powder riding as well as cruel drop even though it was more our feeling and I was there between the snow storms so it did not have snowed for 7-8 days.

Ulf (Guest)
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Can not but recommend Solitude. Three days after a heavy snowfall among the mountain peaks closest to Salt Lake City, Alta was completely uprooted. We chose to keep looking for pillows in Solitude instead, we did not regret it when we found amazing pillows for two days! Mk less Msk who wants to run pillows in Solitude than Alta, Snowbird etc.

Most popular photo

Rider: Robert Hortlund Photo: Henrik Liljeqvist

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