BlackRock Mountain Resort

ski Resorts & Snow Condtions

Paradise Is Less Tropical Than You’ve Been Led To Believe

And, to those looking for a heavenly array of skiing and riding options, Black Rock Mountain Resort sits in the diametric center. Home to 8 world class ski and snowboard resorts within just an hour’s drive from our front door, central Utah and the Park City region is often regarded as the capital of skiing and riding in North America and home to The Greatest Snow on Earth. Words simply cannot do these resorts justice, so we’ll let you board our complimentary resort shuttle, to any and all of them, so you can ski them for yourself.

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Black Rock Resort Weather Conditions

32°F
Scattered clouds
Wednesday
59%
02:04 PM
Min: 18°F
822
01:12 AM
Max: 30°F
N 9 mph
Thursday
32°F
11°F
Friday
31°F
17°F
Saturday
23°F
6°F

Park City Mountain Resort

We’re less than 6 miles from what many consider the home of skiing and snowboarding in North America. While a dizzying array of mountain stats will certainly turn your head—17 mountain peaks, more than 330 trails, 7300 skiable acres, nearly 400” of annual snowfall and 500 acres of snowmaking to comply when Mother Nature doesn’t-what sets Park City apart is its commitment to guest safety, sustainability and service; in short, the largest ski and snowboard resort in the United States still cares about the details that make a vacation complete.

Park City Mountain Resort Address: 1345 Lowell Avenue, Park City, Utah
Canyons at Park City Resort Address: 4000 Canyons Resort Dr, Park City, Utah 84098
Woodward at Park City Resort Address: 3863 Kilby Rd, Park City, Utah 94098

Distance & Travel Time
Park City Mountain
: 5.8 miles (12 minutes)  Via UT_248 West
Canyons at Park City: 8.7 miles (15 minutes) Via UT-248 W & UT-224
Woodward Park City: 11.8miles (13 minutes) Via I-80

Complimentary Resort Transportation Shuttle Available 

Park City Mountain Snow Conditions

Deer Valley Resort Ski Area

A resort newbie by Park City standards, Deer Valley opened in 1981 and has been offering the gold level standard in grooming, service and surfaces since day 1. With amenities like limited ticket sales, complimentary ski valet and storage and free cross resort shuttles, every aspect of the Deer Valley experience has been created with your personal experience in mind. And with terrain for every level of you family, the most uphill capacity in the region, and limited ticket sales- you and your family will be spend more time skiing and less time waiting for your vacation to happen.

Resort Address & Travel Time 
Snow Park Base – 2250 Deer Vlley Drive South, Park City, UT 84060 – 7.2 Miles (14 Minutes)
Silver Park Lodge – 7600 Royal Street, Park City, UT 84060 – 8.5 Miles (15 Minutes)
Jordanelle Express Gondola – 2312 W. Deer Hollowj Road, Park City, UT 84060 – 7 Miles (9 Minutes)

Complimentary Resort Shuttle Available

Deer Valley Ski Area Snow Conditions

Alta Ski Area

With an average annual snowfall of more than 500” and the legendary steeps of Point Supreme, Supreme Peak, Flagstaff Mountain and Mount Wolverine, Alta has been the playground for those looking to test their winter mettle for 9 decades. While the steeps and deeps of Twin Peaks and Baldy get all the press, Alta is actually great for beginners as well, with 2/3rds of the resort’s 2200 acres in Albion Basin and Collins Gulch catering to beginners and intermediates. An Alta sticker is your badge of skiing honor, make sure to grab one while you’re there.

Resort Address & Travel Time 
10010 Little Cottonwood Canyon Rd. Alta UT 94092 – 49.2 miles (49 minutes) – Via I-80 West

Complimentary Resort Shuttle Available

Alta Ski Area Snow Conditions

Snowbird Ski Area

Alta’s western cousin-just a stone’s throw away and offering shared ticket access on many of its products, Snowbird competes with Alta, annually, for the most snow in North America (they recorded nearly 800 inches back in 2011.) Also home to legendary expert terrain across its 2500 acres and nearly 3300’ vertical drop (the longest in Utah), awe-inspiring views from its aerial tram-the only in Utah which lets skiers and snowboarders access one of the longest seasons North America and means you’ll get access to spring and early summer laps long after other areas have melted out and moved on.

Resort Address & Travel Time 
10010 Little Cottonwood Canyon Rd. Alta UT 94092 – 42.4 miles (48 minutes) – Via I-80 West

Complimentary Resort Shuttle Available

Snowbird Ski Area Snow Conditions

Brighton Resort Ski Area

Brighton is one of Utah’s best kept secrets but is growing increasingly popular with skiers and riders looking for authentic and unmanufactured experiences. It’s the only resort in the State boasting 100% of its nearly 1100 acres of terrain and 500 annual inches of snow being accessed by high speed quads and is a good option to spend a day ducking the crowds that can assemble at some of the State’s more marketed resorts. And here’s a Utahns tip; the night skiing at Brighton is well regarded as some of the best in the industry with 22 runs, 200 lighted acres and limited ticket sales. And no worries about the drive, our shuttle will drop you off and pick you up.

Resort Address & Travel Time 
8302 S Brighton Loop Rd. Brighton, UT, 84121 84060 – 7.2 Miles (14 Minutes)

Complimentary Resort Shuttle Available

Brighton Ski Area Snow Conditions

Snowbasin Ski Area

One of the oldest continuously operating ski areas in the United States, Snowbasin has more than kept up with the times – being chosen to host the Men’s and Women’s Downhill, Super G and Combined races in the 2002 Winter Olympics. Located just 45 minutes from our front door, Snowbasin offers 3000 vertical feet, 3000 acres of some of the most varied terrain in the state and some of the most beautifully appointed lodges and lodge architecture anywhere.

Resort Address & Travel Time 
3925 Snow Basin Rd, Huntsfille, UT 84317 – 60.3 miles  (59 Minutes) – Via 1-80 & I-84

Complimentary Resort Shuttle Available

Snowbasin Ski Snow Conditions

Powder Mountain Ski Area

Another insider gem, Powder Mountain offers up a whopping 8500 acres of skiing and riding, more than 500” of annual snowfall and a vertical drop of nearly 3400’ it’s easy to get swept up in the numbers but the highest percentage of intermediate terrain in the state means there’s something for everyone, and more than enough for every level in your group. A cool area you can mention to your friends that they’ll likely have never heard of, but you won’t soon forget.

Resort Address & Travel Time 
6965 E Powder Mountain RD, Eden, UT, 84310 – 77.4 Miles (1 Hour 24 Minutes)

Complimentary Resort Shuttle Available

Powder Mountain Snow Conditions