Deer Valley, Utah

A posh, ski-only resort just outside Park City, Deer Valley is home to more than a dozen Inspirato homes and suites. Stay with us at Royal Lookout, a large duplex-style home along the resort’s Dial-a-Ride route providing quick access to the slopes.

At the Stein Eriksen Lodge, choose from one- or two-bedroom suites as well as spacious three-to-five-bedroom residences, like Ski Haven and Wasatch, all with access to resort amenities including rooftop pools, restaurants, ski lockers, and a fitness center. And you’ll be just steps from the Silver Strike lift when you stay at one of our four rustic-inspired homes within Silver Strike Lodge.

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A Sophisticated Skiing Paradise in Utah

With an unwavering commitment to raising the standard in service, dining, and lodging, Deer Valley consistently ranks as one of the top ski resorts in the world every year. Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains, 36 miles east of Salt Lake City, the private and upscale ski-only resort rose to prominence as the venue for several 2002 Winter Olympics events. Enjoy gentle slopes and lots of beginner- to intermediate-level ski terrain. Summer activities include hiking, outdoor concerts, mountain biking, fly fishing, adventure camps, and much more. The charming Main Street of Park City is just a five-minute drive away, offering plenty of restaurants and shopping.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested airport
    Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)
  • Average temperature
    82°F in summer; 34°F in winter
  • Elevation
    6,570 feet
  • Peak season
    Winter and summer
  • Population
    170,000

Destination Highlights


  • Fresh Powder

    Utah’s fresh powder (known as The Greatest Snow on Earth) is legendary and Deer Valley Resort receives nearly 300 inches of snow annually across its six peaks. Take advantage of 21 chairlifts to access more than 100 ski runs.

  • Olympic Park

    Deer Valley helped play host to several events during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Today, visitors can fly like an Olympian down the mountain in a guided bobsleigh ride—or opt for a calmer tubing or zipline ride.

  • Mountain Biking

    Come summer, ski runs turn into alpine mountain biking paths that wind through flower-filled meadows. Novices can attend the resort's Mountain Bike School to learn proper riding techniques and tackle trails with confidence.

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Weather


  • Forecasting Your Deer Valley Vacation

    Deer Valley's climate is ideal for skiing in winter and exploring the outdoors in summer. Sitting 6,500 feet above sea level, Deer Valley and nearby Park City deliver crisp winters with plenty of powdery snow and dry, pleasant summers with glimmering sunshine. Snow blankets the city starting in November and generally melts by June.

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Map of Deer Valley

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