Sandy, Utah, is only 20 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport and less than 25 minutes from the fun-filled, snow-covered playgrounds of Alta and Snowbird. The comfortable, family-friendly lodging properties in Sandy offer money-saving vacation packages that fit your budget perfectly.
This season, make your family ski vacation the easiest ever…stay in Sandy and ski the legendary resorts of Little Cottonwood Canyon. *All rates are per room, per night, double occupancy, tax exclusive and will vary with date, lodge and accommodations selected. Other restrictions may apply.
Highway 210 Little Cottonwood Canyon Snowbird, UT, 84092
Snowbird and Alta have been named the No. 1 ski resort in the United States by SKIING Magazine for five years in a row. Snowbird offers 882 lodging rooms between four lodging properties, a luxurious spa, a plethora of dining options, four-season activities and a staff dedicated to meeting your every need.
Alta has been a haven for powderhounds and beginner skiers for 69 years. We are recognized for our varied terrain, breathtaking scenery and unparalleled snow conditions with 500+ inches of dry Wasatch snow. We welcome you to experience Alta for yourself.
State Highway 210 Alta, UT, 84092
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One of Utah’s largest shopping complexes
Home of the 2009 MLS Cup Champions, Real Salt Lake
Sandy has the most movie screens in Utah
One of the busiest expositions centers in North Amercia
One of the largest climbing gyms west of the Mississippi
World Class Ski resorts including Alta and Snowbird Back country skiing
World famous rock climbing at Little Cottonwood Canyon Mountain biking trails Hiking trails
Campgrounds and picnic areas Area Attractions
Dozens of museums and performing arts venues Dining and nightlife
30,000 Acre Lone Peak Wilderness and 12,000 Acre Twin Peaks Wilderness Entertainment, Lodging and Recreation
Located in the heart of the Wasatch, Sandy has everything you need whether you hit the slopes, hit the town, or hit the sack.