Winter Activities Guide
In addition to the industry-leading educational offerings at the Healthcare Analytics Summit, Salt Lake City offers a plethora of winter activities to make your trip a memorable one! Below, we have compiled some exciting options for you to consider during your stay.
World-Class Skiing and Snowboarding
Take advantage of your time in Utah by visiting one of the premier ski resorts in the world! Buy your lift tickets in advance for a discount off the window rates.
The Salt Lake Ski Super Pass is your discounted lift ticket to Salt Lake’s four world-class resorts – Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, and Solitude. In addition to ski tickets, the Salt Lake Ski Super Pass includes public transit fare (when the ski bus is in service) and rental shop discounts—roughly 45 minutes from Salt Lake City.
Park City is the largest ski resort in the U.S! With 300+ trails, the possibilities for exploration are endless—roughly 40 min from Salt Lake City.
Get a 30% discount on ski and snowboard rentals from Ski ‘N See! Reserve using code HCAT30.
- No credit card or deposit required for reservations.
- Nearest shop to Grand America is 0.3 miles away at the Downtown location on 102 W 500 S.
- Known for Utah’s Largest Selection of Rentals and Demos
- Please make your reservation before February 20th
- Return to any SNS location, no transfer fee
- Phone: 800-722-3685
- Must reserve in advance, no discounts on a walk-in basis.
There are a number of transportation options to get you from Salt Lake City to the mountain areas.
- The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) offers service from Salt Lake City to the Cottonwood Canyon ski resorts, including Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, and Solitude, as well as service to Park City.
- Rideshares are typically $30-50 each way but can vary based on pickup times and demand.
- Group and private shuttle services from Salt Lake City to the resorts and other activity destinations.
Experience the thrill of fun in the snow with tubing at Woodward Park City. Two-hour tubing sessions on tubing lanes, serviced by two conveyor lifts, will delight snow lovers of all ages.
Olympic Park Museum
This world-class facility located in Park City highlights the history of all skiing disciplines in the intermountain region through interactive touch screen displays, videos, a virtual reality ski theater, games and topographical maps.
Experience a winter wonderland on snowshoes! Snowshoe trails and rentals are your key to incredible mountain vistas and amazing wildlife in the mountains around Salt Lake.
Just blocks away from the Grand and Little America hotels, East Gallivan Plaza transforms into an outdoor public ice-skating rink during the winter months. You can also warm up with hot cocoa and enjoy other sweet and savory treats at the concession’s booth.
Snowmobiling is a heart-pounding, kick-in-the-pants adventure waiting to happen, and just outside of Salt Lake you can see some of the most awe-inspiring, snow-covered terrain out there. Rent a snowmobile and get a knowledgeable guide to try something that you will never forget.
Experience a thrill of a lifetime in a bobsled on the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games Sliding Track. The Winter Bobsled Experience is a highly physical and extreme experience, generating up to 5 times the force of gravity. It’s an Olympic experience not to be missed!
With a depth of 65 feet and an average temperature of 95 degrees, the hour-glass shaped geothermal hot spring is the ultimate destination for scuba divers and scuba enthusiasts across the globe. If scuba diving isn’t on your agenda, you can simply swim, soak, snorkel on the surface, or even just tour the hot spring.
If you’ll absolutely be missing your furry, four-legged friend during your stay in Utah, then quell those feelings with a day tour alongside the amazing dogs of the dog sledding companies in the Park City area.