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Solitude Mountain Resort, Solitude
(4.4/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Solitude is a pure, authentic and untarnished Utah territory. Serene or extreme, there's nothing between you and the perfect mountain day. Located in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, the resort offers eight chairlifts, 77 runs, three bowls and 500 annual inches of snow spread over 1,200 acres for skiing and snowboarding.
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  • Taking in the beautiful countryside. The vistas here are wonderful. It is worth a side trip. I recommend it. 
  • Not there is as a good winter with snow, and this mountain go that this nevada, it people here is sports in serious skiing, there is a resort where rent the team special for snow board and ski, also dan classes, the class and the rent is expensive however see this landscape wonderful is as be in a villa Christmas. Salt lake city is and 1 hour by car, be careful taking the right road because there is a deviation to park city and there there is no connection.
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  • Condos are very nice. Ski on /off is very convenient. Best part is good snow and skiing with short lift lines. 
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  • In the winter you can ski the amazing terrain Solitude has to offer with practically no lines, this is a huge point for me making it worth the extra money that you have to spent to chose it over it's neighbor. In the summer you can take the rather steep hike up the disc golf course, or you can ride the sunrise lift if you are willing to pay. The holes are amazing with changing basket positions and awesome mapping, and 1-18 all have nice tees. The course is 27 holes long if you do the back 9, which are not 100% finished and some have dirt tees, and the is no mapping, however they are fun and very challenging addition to the course.
  • Went up to Solitude for a musical event. They had a good atmosphere. The people were nice. Management defused a situation with tact and finesse that my friend had unknowingly caused. The food was good, but it felt like something was missing. My only complaint lies in that parking was minimal.
  • I have skied here and love it, but what I use this resort for now costs nothing: disk golf. It is a great, challenging 18-hole course with tons of natural obstacles and, of course, beautiful scenery. The only problem is that you have to hike up pretty far to begin the fun, but if you like hiking, this isn't really a problem. Also, if you take two cars, leave one at Solitude and park the other by Brighton Ski Resort (the parking lot to Silver Lake), you can walk horizontally across the mountain to the first hole, then bus back up to Brighton after finishing.
  • Five star service. I was blown away at my stay. The rooms are bigger and nicer than expected. Every employee I saw was very kind and enthusiastic about everything. It couldn't have gone better. I would recommend staying there to anyone.
  • Went here for a professional event. Staff was very friendly and helpful, resort was beautiful, and event was lovely. Had a hard time navigating because signs were not posted well... But a small price to pay for how beautiful it was!