Provo Canyon, 55 minutes to from the Salt
Lake International Airport
Skiing and Snowboarding
Opens 9:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.
Adult Day Pass variable
Child Day Pass variable
20% Beg, 40% Int, 40% Adv
320" Avg. Annual Snowfall
450 Skiable Acres
American Express, Discover, Mastercard,
actor Robert Redford created Sundance in 1969, envisioning
a community where the arts, environment and recreation
would flourish. Located on the slopes of 12,000-foot
Mount Timpanogos, there is a variety of terrain for
all skiers, from great bowl skiing to long, groomed
runs. Sundance is located 51 miles from Salt Lake.
Sundance is located 1 hour southeast of Salt Lake International
Airport. When exiting the airport turn on I-80 East towards
Provo. Transfer I-80 East to I-215 South and then to I-15.
Continue on I-15 to Orem. Exit freeway at exit #275 (800
North). Travel East on 8th North until you come to the
mouth of Provo Canyon. Using the left lane, take Highway
189 north towards Heber City, for approximately 7 miles.
Turn left at the Sundance turn off and continue for 2
miles up the North Fork Canyon to Sundance.
Sundance mountain winter recreation
opens early December and closes in April.
of Operation: 9:00
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
See the ski resort comparison chart
(Prices subject to change)
Rates area available for 20 or more
& Vertical Drop: Base elevation
6,100 feet, top elevation 8,250 feet, vertical drop 2,150
Annual Snowfall: 320"average
are 41 runs over 450 areas of varied terrain.
Lift - vertical rise 1,325 feet, Flathead Triple - vertical
rise 1,115 feet, Arrowhead Triple - vertical rise 1,282
Care: Limited care is available
through the Sundance Ski School.
Lessons are available in hour
increments beginning at 9:00 am, 11:00 am and 1:00 PM.
General, private, children's and group ski instruction
are all available by calling the Sundance Ski School at
North Fork Provo Canyon
Provo, UT 84604