Ski Utah's Best Runs
Which ski runs in Utah are considered the very best? That is subjective, of course, but this article has a pretty good list. And the diversity surprised me. I expected the article to focus on the adventurous runs that thrill hardcore skiers, but this list has a little for everyone.
The 14 greatest ski runs in Utah
by CASSIDY AND THE UTAH YETIS
WITH 14 RESORTS combining for more than 26,000 skiable acres, there are close to a thousand ‘official’ ski runs in Utah. Which makes a list like this pretty tough to put together. But after consulting with my crew, all of whom have been skiing and riding these mountains for many years, we feel the picks below represent pretty much the most epic Utah ski mountain treasure hunt imaginable.
Their list draws from most Utah resorts, highlighting runs from Beaver Mountain in the north to Brian Head in southern Utah. We list the run names below. You'll have to read the article to learn their justifications.
- Milly Bowl – Brighton
- Canis Lupus – Canyons
- Fantasy Ridge – Solitude
- Night skiing – Wolf Mountain
- Mt. Baldy – from Alta or Snowbird
- Grizzly Downhill – Snowbasin
- McConkey’s – Park City
- Flux Capacitor – Snowbird
- Bishop’s Bowl – Sundance
- Carpe Diem, James Peak – Powder Mountain
- Jordanelle – Deer Valley
- Giant Steps – Brain Head
- Vertigo – Eagle Point
- Beaver’s Powder – Beaver Mountain