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Alta Ski Area - Snowbird - Alta

Utah, United States

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Alta ski area in Utah is connected by shuttle and lift pass to the Snowbird ski area. Alta is a large and great area for powder and so more than warrants a listing on pistepro as a resort in its own right.

The ski terrain attracts hard-core skiers, and there seems to be some mutual respect amongst all the skiers who are attracted to the terrain and this helps create a resort with a friendly atmosphere for all.

Alta’s altitude and micro-climate have given it a well-deserved reputation for powder and plenty of it.

There is a good range of pistes here and a lot of skiable terrain for all levels of skiers, but the slopes are predominantly black or double diamond and so the resort overall favours the experienced.

Alta has a policy of ‘no boarders’ they’ll try to sneak in to take advantage of its great slopes and powder, but the best this resort has to offer is really only available to skiers.

There are some great and fun bars and restaurants in the resort, although the choice is limited when compared to the big-name resorts. Accommodation in Alta is cabin based, but many hard-core skiers will stay in Salt Lake City and commute up for the day, especially when conditions are good.

Size: Large

1058 ha

Resort Altitude: High

2600m

Ski Range

3374m
2600m

Pistes Available

119

3618650

Lifts

6

6 chairs
Opens 29.11.2020 to 19.04.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardHikingCross CountryNordic

Transfer Information

Salt Lake City

34m

Av. Transfer time

1hr

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Alta ski area in Utah is connected by shuttle and lift pass to the Snowbird ski area. Alta is a large and great area for powder and so more than warrants a listing on pistepro as a resort in its own right.

The ski terrain attracts hard-core skiers, and there seems to be some mutual respect amongst all the skiers who are attracted to the terrain and this helps create a resort with a friendly atmosphere for all.

Alta’s altitude and micro-climate have given it a well-deserved reputation for powder and plenty of it.

There is a good range of pistes here and a lot of skiable terrain for all levels of skiers, but the slopes are predominantly black or double diamond and so the resort overall favours the experienced.

Alta has a policy of ‘no boarders’ they’ll try to sneak in to take advantage of its great slopes and powder, but the best this resort has to offer is really only available to skiers.

There are some great and fun bars and restaurants in the resort, although the choice is limited when compared to the big-name resorts. Accommodation in Alta is cabin based, but many hard-core skiers will stay in Salt Lake City and commute up for the day, especially when conditions are good.