October 17, 2018

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Deer Valley Winter

Known as one of the world’s top ski resorts, Deer Valley offers visitor an numerous terrain for every skier level. The resort boasts 2,026 skiable acres and 100 runs, and is also known for its luxury and class, offering only the latest technology, first-class service and some of the world’s greatest snow.

Little Baldy Peak: With an elevation of 7,950 feet, this mountain offers nine trails ranging from beginner to expert.

Bald Eagle Mountain: With an elevation of 8,400 feet, Bald Eagle boasts ideal terrain for skiers of all abilities. First-time skiers can enjoy the separate beginner area known as Wide West, while intermediate runs allow skiers to slowly advance from the gentler Last Chance to the steeper Solid Muldoon and Big Stick runs. Advanced and expert skiers will be challenged by the 2002 Olympic Winter Games runs, Champion (site of freestyle moguls), Know You Don’t (site of alpine slalom), and White Owl (site of freestyle aerials).

Bald Mountain: With an elevation of 9,400 feet, the mountain features mostly intermediate and advanced skiing.  Bald Mountain offers many of Deer Valley’s most coveted gladed areas such as Sunset Glade and Triangle Trees.

Flagstaff Mountain: With an elevation of 9,100 feet, Flagstaff is serviced by four high-speed quads and one triple chair, offering a variety of skiing for all abilities as well as extensive gladed areas for advanced skiers. Here you’ll find some of Deer Valley’s most popular intermediate runs. Flagstaff offers a number of children’s runs and play areas such as Quincy’s Cabin, Bucky’s Backyard, Ruby’s Tail and more.

Empire: With an elevation of 9,570 feet, Empire offers some of the most advanced, expert terrain at Deer Valley. There are no beginner runs off the top of Empire.

Lady Morgan: With an elevation of 9,000 feet, Lady Morgan boasts mostly advanced and expert skiing. The Centennial area to the north of the top terminal provides 65 acres of expert gladed terrain for skiers to explore.

Other winter activities include snow shoeing, dog sledding, sleigh rides, cross country skiing, heli-skiing, hot air ballooning, snowmobiling, tubing, and more.