Best Ski Resorts in Utah

Updated: Jul 30

Man's greatest achievement is the ability to ski. Then, snowboard. There's nothing greater than gliding down a mountain of fresh whip cream snow. It's so sparkly, beautiful and truly the license plate claim to fame: "Greatest Snow of Earth"

I've been riding these mountains since age 9 and here's my Guide to the Best Ski Resorts in Utah:

Best Ski Utah

Utah has 10 world class ski resorts

1 hour drive from SLC International Airport.

#5 Brianhead

329 UT-143, Brian Head, UT 84719


Brianhead is cool. You can pull your car right up to the lift and ride down a mountain. It has 2 major mountains with 8 chairs and 2 terrain parks. With red rocks, white snow, and galactic green moss, it's a unique landscape. It has views like no other, and wind like no other.

It's like its own village with cabins, condos, and Starbucks. There's a lodge with fire pits. There's a saloon with pizza/burger/beer options. There's tubing, snowmobiling, and fun for a family!

#4 Brighton

8302 S Brighton Loop Rd, Brighton, UT 84121


All the hot boys go to Brighton. There's a lot of big dick energy here. There's 2 big kickers off the main lift, and everyone gets a jaw dropping view of the show. Lots of hot boys throwing big & crazy tricks. I love riding here. It's the most exciting thing to watch the boys go big @ Brighton.

It's the oldest and most affordable resort in Salt Lake City. With 500" of snowfall annually and a strong terrain park,

Of all resorts, Brighton hosts some of the greatest of the "Greatest Snow on Earth". 66 Trails, 7 lifts, 4 high speed quads, and night skiing. I've been night skiing here before and it's pretty cool. They groom the tracks and kick on bright lights. It's more icy and cold, but it's a fun & rare experience.


Snow Basin

Ogden surprises me! Especially, Snow Basin. It's a world class resort with a Stein Erickson Lodge that's super boujie. I could just kick it at the lodge all day. It's nice! I could get used to this lifestyle: Skiing, fine dining, fire pits on a snow capped mountain. Geeze, Odgen!


Park City Mountain Resort