We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Alta turns 70 next winter. Alta's place in the ski world is unique, its history storied. Alta's culture blends this past with the future as it presents, along with Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort, America's first lift-served interconnect. Alta and...more
I learned to ski 40 years ago at Alta. Last February I had a chance to go back and ski there again. It really is just an awesome place to ski. We stayed on the easy lifts, but there was a fair amount of variety...More
We came skiing here - as 1st time never ever skied before— and had a great experience with the helpful & friendly people of Alta. From the rental shop, to the cafe, child ski school for our daughter to our ski instructor, Jonathan- everyone was...More
Alta Ski resort is a beautiful Ski resort on the Wasatch range. The place has some breathtaking views and is best for Ski. Simply out of the world. This pictures of this place can be easily mistook as Switzerland. Beautiful place.
I brought most of my extended family here, from ages 2 (soon to be 3) up to really old. We all went skiing. The 2 year-olds with their Dad, on a free rope tow. I put the 4 and 6 year old kids in the...More
Long story short - we went to Park City for a weeks vacation to ski. The first two days my husband and I skied Deer Valley. At the end of the second day my husband fell and broke his clavicle. The third day we were...More
This area offers skiing for every level. Groomed runs, tree runs, steep inclines and bunny slopes. Lots of places to jump off the side of the mountain and make your own tracks. You can buy lift tickets just for Alta or you can buy tickets...More
We stayed in SLC and while my wife was at a conference I rented a car and made the drive to Alta. Some locals recommended for some good skiing. The drive was about 45 mins from downtown and it was an easy drive. Got there...More
Response from worldtraveler84103 | Reviewed this property |
There are five lodges in Alta, but one is closed this winter for remodeling. The four, in increasing order of luxury (from cozy but basic with some rooms with bath down the hall to full on deluxe): Goldminer’s Daughter... More
There are five lodges in Alta, but one is closed this winter for remodeling. The four, in increasing order of luxury (from cozy but basic with some rooms with bath down the hall to full on deluxe): Goldminer’s Daughter, Alta Peruvian, Alta Lodge, and The Ruslter. There are condos too, links from the Alta ski area’s website or google alta chalets. If you have a party of six or eight check out the Black Bear Chalet. None of the condos are exactly ski in ski out in the Snowmass or Vail sense.