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Red Mountain Spa serves 3 meals a day, included in the price. Breakfast and lunch are buffets but dinner is a sit down meal.
Written Jun 12, 2004
The Salt Lake International Airport is 29 miles from Snowbird Ski Resort. It takes approximately 40 minutes to get to the resort.
You will need some form of 4-wheel drive transportation. The last time I was there, we encountered avalanches on the road and had to take the long way! There are days chains are required to go up the mountain. Once you are up there, the best way up the mountain is on a chair lift or the tram.
Written Aug 24, 2002
Luggage and bags: Your ski gear weighs so much, pack your personal stuff LIGHT!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: hile skiing only wear one pair of socks. It seems odd to suggest this,
but actually I have found when I wear more than 1 pair, my feet will
get too hot, sweat, and then I'll be really cold. That is the worst.
Make sure to wear lots of layers if the temperature outside is less
than 25F. Anything warmer than 25F you can get away with only your
long underwear under your ski pants. A turtleneck is ideal while
skiing, it helps to avoid snow down your shirt if you fall.
Make sure your ski jacket has multiple zippers that open up (under the arms, chest, etc) Venthilation is very important while skiing. If you get too hot, again you will sweat. Sweating is bad because it freezes and then you are miserable.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Chapstick, sunblock, lotion. These 3 items are essential. You can actually get a sunburn while skiing so watch out. Windburn is also bad, so keep your moisturizer handy. If you have asthma, do not forget your inhaler. I usually forget mine in the car and then I have to hike back out for it and waste way too much precious skiing time.
Photo Equipment: If you are a good skiier, you can bring your good camera.....If not, bring a cheap disposable one that you will not cry over if you break it while falling. My uncle has perfected the art of skiing backwards while taking pictures of his kids. It's hard, but can be done.
Miscellaneous: Some other essentials: warm gloves, warm hat which covers your ears, and neck wrap or scarf, goggles (especially when it is snowing)or sunglasses (make sure you have a strap on your sunglasses or they will get lost when you fall). A waist pack (as dumb as they look, I know) is very helpful while skiing.
Written Aug 24, 2002
Technical climbing of over 170 designated routes is available in the park. See a ranger for a map of climbing areas and route information, as well as a list of seasonal closures. You may also email the park at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on climbing in the park. If you are interested in taking climbing classes, or doing a climb with a guide, investigate Paragon Climbing. You may visit their web page listed below.
Updated Apr 4, 2011