Salt Lake City Journals

Ski Sundance

A November 2004 trip to Salt Lake City by Wasatch

Quote: Sundance is a nice little ski area with unforgettable scenery. We liked it so much that we built a house overlooking Sundance. Crowds are on the light side, and lift tickets are cheap, but parking is tight.

Ski Sundance

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Overview

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Conde-Nast Traveler calls Sundance "one of the most beautiful places on Earth." On your first ride up Ray’s Lift on a sunny winter morning, you’ll wonder, ‘why the understatement?’ It’s also a nice little ski resort with 450 acres, 40 runs, and 300" of Utah’s legendary "Greatest Snow on Earth" (see Ski Alta). There's also great food, few crowds, plush lodging, and low lift prices –- on weekdays, on holidays and weekends. Topping it off, Sundance has atmosphere, thanks to careful planning by owner Robert Redford and his architects. Although small, Sundance has a nice balance of runs for all abilities and is entertaining enough to support a week’s stay, but at least one sunny ski day here is...Read More

Sundance Tree Room Foundry Grill

Restaurant | "Foundry Grill"

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Here we had mac and cheese as a gourmet dish, and it's strongly recommended. The chicken and pork sandwichs are also outstanding. The main course salads are okay, but the chicken in the chicken salad was very dry. Stick with the above. We can't bring ourselves to go beyond the three listed items, as they are just too good to go experimenting.

There's also an impressive, crowded, expensive ($29) Sunday brunch buffet. Evenrything considered, we prefer the buffets at nearby Stein Eriksen Lodge and The Homestead.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on November 14, 2004

Sundance Tree Room Foundry Grill
Sundance Resort / North Fork Provo Canyon
Salt Lake City, Utah 84604
(801) 225-4107