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Big Cottonwood Canyon Tour
"Visit Silver Lake a-top the Wasatch Mountains at the elevation of nearly 10000 feet climbing to about 11000 Take a stroll around Silver Lake and look for wildlife Hike to Lake Mary or Lake Solitude(Time and interest permitting) Spot Moose Deer and Beavers in their natural habitat (Season Permitting) Drive over Guardsman Way and see great views into the Heber and Park City Valley's Take Pictures among the beautiful Aspens and Douglas Fir trees We will Drop you ba downtown or wherever you wish to continue you're tour. """
From $55.00
 
Little Cottonwood Tour
"Visit Snowbird Resort a-top the Wasatch Mountains at the elevation of nearly 10000 feet climbing to about 11000 Take a stroll around Snowbird and look for wildlife Hike to White Pine Lake - 2 Hour Hike (Time and interest permitting) Soar above the valley to 11000 feet on the snowbird tram (tram ticket not included) Spot Moose Deer and Beavers and perhaps a Rocky Mountain Goat in their natural habitat (Season Permitting) Take Pictures among the beautiful Aspens and Douglas Fir trees We will Drop you back off at your hotel downtown or wherever you wish to continue you're tour. "
From $50.00
 
Park City Tour
"Pickup from your hotel with a very flexible time that suits your groups needs. Drive east up Parleys Canyon to Park City and hear the early pioneer history. Be Inspired at the Olympic Park (Many activities to choose from please visit utaholympiclegacy.com for pricing)Visit Deer Valley and ride the ski lift 3 miles down ( $10 to Mid Mountain $17 Full Mountain ride) Explore historic Main Street Park City; Museums Art Galleries and Award Winning Restaurants. Stroll Main street where the home of the largest movie festival ""Sundance"" takes placeWe will Drop you back off at your hotel or downtown restaurant or wherever you wish to continue the day in good ""Driving east from Salt Lake we will Drive through Parleys Canyon to Park City. In Park City we will stop at three stops. The first stop is the Olympic Park where you can see the athletes in training on the ski slopes year round. The second stop is Deer Vatitle=Highlights&1=Choice+of+seating+available&2=Choice+of+several+departures+throughout+the+day&3=Excellent+value+for+money&4=Family+friendly&5=Get+inside+tips+from+a+local&6=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide
From $55.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Alta

Ski 5 resorts in one day.

Ski Utah Interconnect Adventure.Little Cottonwood Canyon (Alta, Snowbird), Big Cottonwood Canyon (Brighton, Solitude) and the back side (Park City and others) has 5 world class resorts that as the...
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Feb 17, 2007

Heli Skiing in Alta

Wasatch Powderbird Guides has an operation in the surrounding mountains. You actually pass them on the way up to Alta and if you stay at the Cliff lodge or rental homes, you can see them land and take...
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Dec 21, 2006

Alta Catskiing

Alta has a seperate area next to the resort in Grizzly Gulch Bowl reserved for cat skiing.You need to reserve for it and will cost considerably more than a lift ticket but less than a day of...
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Dec 21, 2006
 
 
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State Highway 210, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Alta, Utah, 84092, United States
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10230 E. State Hwy. 210, P.O. Box 8040, Alta, Utah, 84092, United States
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Things to Do Near Alta

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Trolley Square

Trolley Square is just a commercialized modification of something that was once great. It's full of chain fashion stores and chain restaurants. It's now a shopping mall, but it was once where the...
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Beehive House

This house was built by Brigham Young in 1853/54 as his home and office. He lived there until his death in 1877. Its name comes from the Mormon symbol of the Beehive which means industry. The house...
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Joseph Smith Blg.

The Hotel Utah was the finest hotel between Denver and San Francisco from 1911 to the early 80's. Everyone who was anyone stayed here when they came to Salt Lake. With white gloved porters, fine...
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Temple Square

Temple Square is the religious capital of the Mormon Religion, and it's from here that a world wide missionary operation is directed. The secretive temple can't be easily visited but it's very...
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Tabernacle Choir

Every Sunday morning, at 0930, you can view a live broadcast of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The broadcast goes out live, or taped delay, all over the world. They ask that you be in your seats by...
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Family History Library

The Family History library has been helping people search out their ancestors since 1894. Since 1985 it has been in this location just west of Temple Square. It is said to be the largest single...
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