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You need visit the Ski Utah website and read Tele Tony’s “Locals Knowledge” articles. This one on Deer Valley goes beyond the corduroy grooming and superb dining. According to Tony, whatever type of skier you are, there’s a side to Deer Valley for you.
For the entire article and to learn more, click here.

Utah Ski Storage and Delivery

How it Works

Your gear is stored in their insured/temperature-controlled facility. You let themknow when/where you will be staying on your trip. Your gear will be delivered to your lodge/rental before you arrive. At the end of your trip, they come and pick-up your gear and store it. Rinse & Repeat! every time you come to Utah to shred. This service eliminates the hassle and costs of traveling with your skis. No more lugging your gear everywhere, No more baggage fees, No more paying for expensive rental cars to accommodate your skis, No more wasted time packing/checking ski gear. You’ll end up Saving Money and Time! Travel in comfort with just a carry-on! All the while you’ll be skiing the Best Powder in the World and producing memories to last a lifetime. They offer both Long Term & Short Term storage/delivery. If you are staying at an Airbnb/Vrbo, they schedule a pick-up/drop-off time that works for you.

Options

– Ski Tuning  (fees apply)

– They can ship your gear to a resort/lodge outside the state of Utah in case you have an out of state trip or for any other reason (fees apply)

To Start Service: You can either ship your ski gear to us before your trip to Utah (see shipping address below). Alternatively, you can contact them when you are in town and they can pick up your gear after your trip ends. They are available 24/7. Call 801-243-8789 or email mitt@utahskistorageanddelivery.com with any questions or special needs that need to be catered to.

Shipping Address:

Utah Ski Storage and Delivery
Attn: Mitt Stewart
10315 S Vilas Drive
Sandy, UT 84092

The Aprés-Ski scène at our local resorts is improving especially at the Canyons Base Village at Park City Mountain Resort, but it could be so much more.

The classic 1963 caper Charade opens in the French ski town of Megève. As the camera pans over skiers pouncing down powdery slopes, it finds Audrey Hepburn on a sunny outdoor terrace, elegantly clad in a black-and-brown Givenchy ensemble. A half-empty glass of wine sits in front of her as she daintily drops two lumps of sugar into an espresso and composedly discusses an imminent divorce from her wealthy yet distant husband. It’s almost too chic.

The practices and customs around aprés-ski vary from place to place in ways both minuscule and profound, but they’re an essential part of experiencing ski culture wherever you go.

Check out this International Guide to the World of Aprés-Ski. Whether you’re looking for Champagne showers in Austria or sticky-floored dives in Montana, here is the rundown of where to go (and what to drink) from Condé Nast Traveler:

https://www.cntraveler.com/story/an-international-guide-to-the-world-of-apres-ski

Call me at 435.714.0533 or email me for more information!

How do Park City’s real estate prices compare to the other western ski resorts? Park City’s average price for homes and condominiums remains at a lower price point than Aspen, Jackson Hole and Lake Tahoe but how does it compare to Telluride and Sun Valley? The Annual Resort Report analyzes 2018 year-over-year data from 12 prominent resort areas throughout the western half of the United States to inform consumers about the resorts’ performance, and what makes each one unique. As a Sotheby’s International Realty REALTOR, I know associates in these 12 resort markets and am happy to provide you more in-depth information about these resorts or an update on the value of your local real estate holdings.

Click here to read the 2019 Ski Resort Report

Please contact me for the latest information regarding Mayflower and other new developments surrounding the Jordanelle Reservoir. As more information becomes available and milestones are met, I will continue to update you.

It is not too soon to start planning your Deer Valley visit for the 2018/2019 ski season, especially lodging, ski lessons and restaurant reservations during the holidays.

It’s that time again: Time to start thinking about ski season. In Park City, the two big games in town are Park City Mountain Resort, owned by Vail Resorts and which uses the Epic Pass, and Deer Valley, owned by Alterra Mountain Company and affiliated with the IKON Pass. Here’s a link to an article in the Park Record for a rundown of the two competitors, their prices and which other resorts they serve.

The annual Resort Report, analyzes data compiled from 12 prominent resort communities in Park City, Utah and the western half of the United States, keeping consumers up-to-date on the overall housing market in each area, and positioning them to make better real estate decisions, whether purchasing or selling a home in a Resort market.

As the national residential real estate market continues to evolve, it is important to note that markets demonstrating some of the most unique performances in the nation, are those located in resort communities in Park City, Utah and the western United States.

Our annual Resort Report analyzes data pertinent to the various resort real estate markets located in Park City, Utah and the western United States, helping consumers make better real estate decisions, whether purchasing or selling a home in a resort area.

When contemplating as large a financial commitment as the purchase or sale of a primary or second home in a resort area, market data can make a significant impact on making sound financial decisions. Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, and the many respected Sotheby’s International Realty affiliates that contributed to this report, remain committed to helping consumers make better real estate decisions, whether purchasing or selling a home.

Click Here to review the annual Resort Report.

Please contact me if you have any questions about the real estate market in these 12 resort communities.

IKON PASS GOES ON SALE MARCH 6! Unlock what you love most about the mountains and get ready to experience the new standard in season passes. With 26 iconic destinations across North America, your new home mountain is everywhere. Ikon Passes go on sale March 6 with options to choose from so you can create your own great adventure.

IKON Pass only $899*
Ski or ride with access to the most days at each mountain. FIND OUT MORE›
 
IKON Base Pass only $599*
Get the most out of your home base plus explore other legendary mountains with limited restrictions. FIND OUT MORE›

 

 

*Based on Adult Pass pricing. Visit website for complete details.