Solitude Mountain Travel Guide
Solitude Mountain Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Salt Lake City
- Resort Altitude (metres): 2435m
- Ski Season: November to April
- Mountain Range: The Rocky Mountain Range
- Number of Lifts: 7
- Highest Lift (metres): 3060m
- Lowest Lift (metres): 2435m
- Number of Slopes: 63
- Snowboarding: Yes
- Cross Country (km): 20km
Solitude Mountain Ski Information
There are any number of nearby attractions in Salt Lake City, which is possibly stating the obvious, but on the mountain itself there is also quite a bit of interesting activity as well. Mountain biking, disc golf, hiking, cultural events and annual festivals, are some of the happenings around Solitude that will keep you busy when you want to give skiing a break, if you will pardon the pun. (Yuk, Yuk - yuck.)
- Languages: English
- Temperatures: NOV. 42°
- Driving: Drive on the right hand side of the road.
- Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies 911
- Religion: Christian
- Check the weather
There are some nightspots on the slopes around Solitude and Brighton, as well as restaurants and bars, but Park City and Salt Lake City catch most of the revellers with their amazing array of attractions.
Receiving 11.4 metres of snow per annum, Solitude has great powder for experts, but also a lot of fun for boarders. Seeing the potential of this resort in Big Cottonwood Canyon, just 27 miles from Salt Lake City, Itrawest have invested a lot of money in slopeside accommodation and facilities, bringing the resort into line with other better-known places.
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