Solitude Ski Holidays

During my ski season in Utah, this was my secret spot with its perfect powder, great scenery and no lift queues - bliss!
James Rivers
USA Product Manager
During my ski season in Utah, this was my secret spot with its perfect powder, great scenery and no lift queues - bliss!
James Rivers
USA Product Manager


Average: 3 (1 vote)
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Solitude is one of the prettiest ski resorts in North America and whilst not huge, it is a haven away from the crowds to enjoy the scenery, lazy groomers, yet amazing powder skiing.

Having such a small resort centre it tends to be one of the quietest resorts in Utah where you can enjoy the uncrowded groomers, small lift queues and untracked powder lines throughout the day in the legendary Honeycomb Canyon.

The little resort village offers a great base for customers that like to get away from it all, with some very nice condos all within easy walk to the slopes. It is certainly quiet with only a couple of restaurants and a small shops, so if you do plan to stay longer its a good idea to have a car. Alternatively, is very easy to combine with a stay at its sister resort Deer Valley or any of the other Utah destinations.

Solitude can also be easily reached from Park City by shuttle bus as it makes the perfect day trip option. These shuttle/pass packages can be booked locally from your hotel.

Every holiday is tailor-made, just for you.

Call 01273 224060 for advice from our ski specialists.

Resort stats

November to April
Nearest airport
Salt Lake City
Transfer time
45 minutes
Car hire or transfer
10,035 ft
Vertical drop
2,074 ft
Avg snowfall
41 ft
Ski area
1,200 acres
Ski lifts
50% advanced
40% intermediates
10% beginners


Resort Map

Google piste view


We seek out the very best accommodation in Solitude for every budget and taste. Our handpicked selections range from self-catering apartments and family hotels to exclusive retreats.

We’ve stayed at or visited all our Solitude accommodation, so we can give you first-hand advice and recommend the best options for you.

Featured accommodation

  • Close to Slopes
  • Close to Village
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Pool
  • Ski-in Ski-out
  • Spa
The Inn at Solitude is in the heart of Solitude's mountain village.
  • Close to Slopes
  • Close to Village
  • Self-Catered
There are a range of condo units in the buildings that make up the small village right at the bottom of the slopes.


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19/03/2018 Mark Evans

Great resort, linked to Brighton and covered as a single day on the pass, which opens up a large area and variety of terrain. Still some old slow lifts. Be warned at the weekends it gets crazy busy (think 3 valleys at Feb Half term), as Salt Lake City descends, the locals set out before 07:00 to drive up.

10/03/2015 Bill Milburn

Great little locals resort! Great snow conditions but old mountain cafe. A little gem overall

04/03/2015 Rob Creer

Solitude and Brighton (the other Cottonwood canyon - versus Alta/Snowbird). We didn't actually ski Solitude but had to give Brighton a mention. We skied here one weekend to avoid the crowds over at the Canyons which worked! Great ski area and after decent snowfall had fresh tracks through the trees all morning. Linked to Solitude but has more high speed lifts.


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