Altas Rustler Lodge

10380 East Highway 210, Alta, Utah, United States
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Alta Resort Lift Hours

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2006 - 2007 Season Dates: November 18, 2006 - April 15, 2007
(Re-Open April 20-22, 2007)
Alta Ski Area is open daily from: 9:15 am - 4:30 pm
Cecret and Supreme lift hours: 9:15 am - 4:00 pm
Sugarloaf lift hours: 9:15 am - 4:30 pm
All other lift hours: 9:15 am - 4:30 pm
Area A.M. Passes are valid from: 9:15 am - 1:00 pm
Area P.M. Passes are valid from: 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Transfer tow connecting the base areas: 9:15 am - 5:00 pm
Alta Lodge tow and the Rustler Lodge lift hours: 9:15 am - 5:00 pm

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Travel Tips for Alta


by kzapanta

"Why Alta is perfect:"

Yes, there are so many places in earth that can be argued as the best place ever. Many members have written and taken pictures of them.

I'm not saying Alta is your heaven in earth, I'm saying Alta is one of my heavens on earth and I'll share you why. The best part is you can find your own heaven.

Why I think its perfect:
1. Snow! - Overall: If youve just stumbled on this resort without knowing how renowned the snow is, you got lucky.
2. Snow! - Quality: Inuits (eskimos) has hundreds of words to describe snow, based on what the snow is. Alta has the driest, fluffiest snow on earth. Averege H2O is 6.6%. That means its litterally like riding on clouds.
3. Snow! - Quantity: With average annual snowfall of over 500" compared to most resorts at around 300".
4. Alta Resort- Alta is a great resort and does a good job utelizing its terrain to maximize the most fun of the snow. There are trails for beginners to expert. The lifts have drastically been updated. They maintain a desire to keep skiing pure. Facities are available but kept at a minimum. The ski patrol is world class and keeps the mountain safe and at the same time accessable.
5. Terrain- There so much terrain to choose from. You can do trails all day, or venture in the trees of endless combination of density and steepness, you can eat up glades of skiing. Scare yourself to bliss on steeps and cliffs.
6. The town- Not because of how big, or how new, but because its a ski town. Many people don't like the town because there is nothing to do and no high end shopping.
7. Accesability- I can get up from my own bed at my house and ski the powder by 11am the same day. Hahaha! Its like locals privelage but without having to shovel the snow.

I trust members in VT will not abuse the secret that is Alta. (At least its seems its still a secret in here.) Come visit them if you can enjoy and respect what it has to offer. If you don't agree with how its run, no big deal, move on. And don't be telling all your beginner friends about the resort. They will mess the whole thing up.

And for cryin' out loud, we buried the hatchet long time ago with skiers hating snowboarders and vice versa. Real skiers coexist with boarders just fine on the mountain. Its thier decision to not allow boarders nothing more, nothing less.

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by John195123

As a skier, I dislike many snow-boarders. Why? You might ask? Well, there are the good ones, the more refined, but generally I have found that snowboarders are the type to sit in groups in the middle of a trail, tear up the snow, scrape it all downhill, ruin the powder, and so on, not to mention those who aren;t that good, cutting you off and blah blah blah. Anyway, if you want to avoid snowboarders, and keep to the original skiing, come to Alta.


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Address: 10380 East Highway 210, Alta, Utah, United States