Deer Valley

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This week Deer Valley Resort announced its additions and changes to its summer programming that is set to begin June 14.  A new trail has been added, it is called Undertow and is a 2.5 mile, intermediate-level single track mountain bike trail that can be accessed from the Homestake Express lift on Bald Eagle Mountain.  It is a flow trail and features rollers, berms, and connects the mid and lower mountain terrain.  

The SCOTT Enduro Cup has been cancelled this year.  Deer Valley has hosted it since 2016 and before that it was held at Park City Mountain's Canyons Village.  

Deer Valley will continue to host its Summer Adventure Camp, in which children between 2 and 12 participate in outdoor recreational activities, such as hiking, climbing, crafting,

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End of Season Deer Valley Resort

Deer Valley Resort  had a great  season with 353 inches of snow fall and closed April 7 with 110 inch snow base . There is still 5 feet of snow on the Silver Lake Lodge roof behind Delia, as you can see from the picture above.  

Last season when Deer Valley closed they had only had a 50 inch snow base! It was an amazing ski season and now we look forward to the beautiful summer here in Park City, even though it will probably take a few months for all the snow to melt! 

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The summer Deer Valley Concert Series, presented by Deer Valley Resort in conjunction with The State Room Presents, is in its second year and the vibrant and exciting series will welcome new artists to the stage of the Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater.  

The Series kicks off June 30th with Ziggy Marley and Michael Franti, then July 11 Jenny Lewis plus a special guest.  In August there will be two performances: Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals on August 11, and the John Butler Trio on August 17.  

The Deer Valley Concert Series will complement two popular series also held at Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater; the Deer Valley® Music Festival presented by the Utah Symphony, and the free Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series presented by Mountain

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The 16th annual Deer Valley Music Festival continues the tradition of pairing well-known, popular artists with the Utah Symphony in the beautiful outdoor setting at Park City’s Deer Valley® Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater.  Just this week the 2019 line-up was announced, the seven-week, 17-concert music festival begins on Friday, June 28, 2019 and runs through Saturday, August 10, 2019.   There is a big range of talent this year including: Utah native Marie Osmond, Kristin Chenoweth, Chris Botti, Patriotic Celebration with Hugh Panaro, Aretha Franklin Tribute, Disney in Concert, Music of the Rolling Stones and much more!   

Concerts at Park City’s Deer Valley® Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater can't be beat with the mountain surrounding the stage in an

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This week our Deer Valley Specialist best buy is a ski-in, ski-out condo located at Stag Lodge in Deer Valley.  It just had a $398,000 price reduction making it by far the best value for a large four bedroom ski condo in Deer Valley.  This Stag Lodge condo commands big views from the ski runs at Flagstaff Mountain all the way out to Kimball Junction.  At night you can see the sparkling lights of Park City's Main Street and you get incredible sunset views.  

Stag Lodge is known for it's amazing location at the crossroads of Success and Last Chance ski runs on Bald Eagle Mountain.  After a day on the slopes,  enjoy the many amenities available at Stag Lodge including Café 52, a private full service restaurant and bar, heated outdoor swimming pool,

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It is no secret that the Epic and new Ikon ski passes are changing the game for Utah Resorts and their patrons.  The Epic Pass was introduced 10 years ago, and the Ikon Pass was just into effect this ski season.  The Epic Pass includes all the resorts under the Vail Umbrella, and Alterra Mountain’s Ikon Pass at a number of resorts across the world, including three in Utah. 

It really has persuaded many skiers and boarders to get season passes and the ski industry sees that as a good thing.  More people are now able to afford to travel to other destinations to ski, going places they probably didn't plan on before these passes were offered.  Park City Resort under the umbrella of Vail and with Deer Valley Resort now under Alterra, it has certainly

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