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A Legendary Alpine Retreat

With their majestic peak backdrops, historic main streets and buzzing event calendars, there’s always something to discover in Utah’s charming mountain towns.

Downtown Deer Valley
Mountains in the fall at Montage Deer Valley

Park City

At some point, Park City’s carefully preserved Main Street boutiques, lively bars and nightlife, cafés and theaters call every visitor down the mountain for a little urban renewal. For guests of Montage Deer Valley, a memorable outing to Park City – named by Forbes Traveler Magazine among one of the “20 prettiest towns in the United States” – is as easy as catching a short, scenic five-minute ride with the complimentary Montage Deer Valley house car or shuttle.

Annual Park City events include the illustrious Sundance Film Festival and Kimball Arts Festival. On the last Friday of every month, the Gallery “Stroll” highlights artists’ works in more than 25 galleries on Main Street.

Summer months welcome the weekly Park Silly Sunday Market and over 40 outdoor concerts and festivals including the Deer Valley Music Festival with world-class artists performing alongside the Utah Symphony in an unforgettable outdoor amphitheater setting. Popular tickets include the Park City Food & Wine Classic, Savor the Summit, and Tour de Utah, a spin on Tour de France.

Winter ushers in world class ski racing events including the FIS Freestyle World Cup at Deer Valley and the Junior National Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined Championships the Utah Olympic Park. Five minutes from Montage Deer Valley is Park City Mountain Resort, the largest ski terrain in the USA for both skiers and snowboarders, complete with adventure zone, alpine coasters, zip lines and slides. Park City Mountain also is home to the U.S. Freeskiing and U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix.

Egyptian Theatre during snowstorm on Main Street Park City during Sundance Film Festival

Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival, a program of the Sundance Institute, is an American film festival that takes place annually in Utah. With 50,000 attendees it is one of the largest independent film festivals in the United States.  Held each January with a flurry of events and movie premieres in Park City (with additional events in Salt Lake City, Ogden and at the Sundance Resort in Provo Canyon), the festival is a showcase for new work from American and international independent filmmakers, attracting cinema aficionados and celebrities the world over.


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Kimball Arts Festival Park City

Kimball Arts Festival

The Kimball Art Center is the heart of Park City’s historic and vibrant arts community. A non-profit center for the arts, the Center is committed to engaging individuals of all ages in diverse and inspiring experiences through education, exhibitions and events.

The Kimball showcases a variety of exhibitions ranging from national exhibitions of historical significance to shows featuring up and coming local artists. The Kimball also offers a full lineup of workshops and classes to educate artists of all ages in a wide range of mediums. Additionally, the Kimball hosts the Park City Kimball Arts Festival – Utah’s original, longest running visual arts festival – attracting over 40,000 people from around the country.

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The Capital at Deer Valley

Salt Lake City

The Capital of Utah is also the largest cosmopolitan area in the Intermountain West – a center for commerce, education (the University of Utah), sports (the NBA’s Utah Jazz and MLS’ Real Salt Lake), religion (the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) and the seat of state government.  Located just 30 minutes from Montage Deer Valley, guests can incorporate cultural pastimes into a visit, from live theatre performances to museum visits, luxury retail offerings and Temple Square with its annual holiday lights display and concerts presented by the world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

The Salt Lake International Airport is among the most efficient in North America and is served by Delta, Alaska, American, Frontier, JetBlue, United and Southwest Airlines.  An award-winning light rail system connects the airport with destinations along the Wasatch Front, from Ogden in the north to Provo in the south.  Eight ski resorts are located within an hour’s drive of Salt Lake City.


Templesquare Christmas Temple Night

Temple Square

Experience the peace and tranquility of beautiful Temple Square with a complimentary tour of Utah’s most visited attraction. Tours of the beautifully landscaped 10-acre property in Salt Lake City are available in 40 languages.

Reflect on the majesty and wonder of God’s creations as you stand beneath the star-studded dome in the rotunda of the North Visitors’ Center and ponder the invitation of the outstretched arms of Thorvaldsen’s Christus, a magnificent 11-foot statue.  Guests also may attend rehearsals and performances of the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

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Shadow Box DVR Summer

Deer Valley Resort

Consistently rated among the top ski resorts in the world, Deer Valley® has earned the top rating the USA seven of the last eight years (2008 – 2015) in SKI Magazine’s annual reader’s survey.  The ski resort, which first opened in 1981, has earned the highest accolades in the industry for its culinary offerings, grooming standards and guest services, Deer Valley® offers luxurious amenities such as ski valets, groomed-to-perfection slopes, onsite childcare and gourmet dining in three elegant day lodges. Deer Valley® offers customized lodging with resort managed properties, an award-winning ski school and the bounty of 300 annual inches of powder snow backed up by state-of-the-art snowmaking. Deer Valley Resort continues to maintain the 2002 Olympic freestyle venue and legacy by hosting the 2015 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup, with moguls, dual moguls and aerial competitions.

Deer Valley® limits the number of skiers on the mountain and at peak times can reach capacity. The peak periods are typically between Christmas and New Years and the Presidents’ Day weekend. While capacity may be reached on other days outside of these periods, tickets are generally available throughout the remainder of the ski season.  Deer Valley® is a ski only resort. In 2016, Deer Valley will be managing the attractions of Solitude Ski Resort, offering a whole new terrain for skiers and snowboarders alike.

The summer season ushers in a fresh new palette of activities, from lift-assisted mountain biking to the Deer Valley Music Festival.  Recreational pastimes abound in neighboring Park City and water sports are abundant on the adjacent Jordanelle Reservoir.

Deer Valley Music Festival

Deer Valley Music Festival

The summer home of the Utah Symphony, the Deer Valley Music Festival brings many of the world’s biggest headliners to the outdoor ampitheatre at Snow Park Lodge for a wide range of musical styles, ranging from country to Broadway.

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Live at Montage

Montage Deer Valley presents its very own music series during special weeks of the year, bringing some of the biggest names in the music business to the hotel for the enjoyment of guests. The Live at Montage series presents its biggest program of the year during the dates of the annual Sundance Film Festival in January. These concerts are presented free of admission as part of the resort’s commitment to the importance of original music and art as integral to daily inspiration and a life well-lived.

Please note all shows are 21 years of age and older only. Montage Deer Valley offers valet only parking during Live at Montage.

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Ziplining in Deer Valley
Fall in Deer Valley

Park City Resort

Escape to the mountains this summer at Park City Resort. Zoom down the Alpine Coaster. Descend one of the world¹s longest Alpine Slides. Soar 110 feet in the air on the ZipRider and catch a bird¹s eye view of the Resort¹s base area in the Flying Eagle Zip Line and more. Enjoy more than 70 miles of hiking and biking trails across the mountain. Earn your view from our peaks by hiking or riding up from the base area, or let Crescent or Town Lifts do the work while getting you and your bike up the mountain. Explore our summer adventures with the Alpine Pass, providing unlimited rides for a day on the Alpine Coaster and Slide as well as the PayDay, Crescent and Town chairlifts and most of our other base area activities. For those with limited playtime, bundle a Coaster and Slide ride together with our specially-priced Double Play pass, or add a ZipRider ride and make it a Triple Play. Also, enjoy unlimited rides all summer with the Summer Activities Season pass. Little Miners Park, built for the Resort’s youngest adventurers, is filled with rides for children as young as two years old.


Park City Museum

Park City Museum

The Park City Museum is dedicated to promoting, protecting, and preserving the rich history and heritage of Park City, Utah. From the mining days of old (including the original territorial jail cells) to the ski heritage of today, including the city’s role as the home of the most recent Olympics to take place on U.S. soil (Winter, 2002).

The Museum offers guided tours through the exhibits by appointment only. Please make reservations at least three weeks in advance. Tours are $15 per person and last approximately one hour.


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Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum

Utah is home to some of the greatest geological resources in North America, with a high percentage of the state’s land set aside as national monuments.  The Utah Natural History Museum is one of the state’s most impressive cultural institutions and provides a fascinating look at Utah’s geography and topography, including a focus on the state’s rich treasure of dinosaur fossils. The Natural History Museum is located just two miles from Utah’s Hogle Zoo.

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Art collection at Montage Deer Valley
Painting of the Deer Valley mountains
Caves in Deer Valley

Art Collection

Among the many artful amenities at Montage Deer Valley are hundreds of original pieces of art by artists that are native to Utah as well as many others, all of whose works are truly representative of the culture and heritage of the American West. These paintings, sculptures and more fill the resort’s public spaces, guestrooms and residences, in keeping with the Montage Hotels & Resorts commitment to museum-quality art, particularly original, local art that evokes a unique sense of place. We have also developed a resort “art guide“; a 150 page, hardcover book containing artist biographies as well as information about all of the works that are housed in the public spaces of the resort. This guide will give resort guests, as well as any visiting art lovers, the opportunity to take a self-guided art tour, and to learn more about the fascinating collection of art at our luxury resort in Park City.

Fatali’s photographs are awe-inspiring works of art that capture the hidden essence of the Southwestern landscape. His remarkable affinity with nature combined with his unique understanding of light create images that are at once powerfully strong and spiritually evocative. His photographic canvases have a richness of hues and textures that harken back to the Italian Renaissance and a portrayal of light that rivals the Impressionist masters.  Twenty of Fatali’s images are on display at Spa Montage and the Fatali Gallery is a popular attraction on historic Main Street Park City.



Utah National Parks

Visit all five – Arches, Bryce, Canyonlands, Capital Reef and Zion National Park.  The closest park is a 3 hour 45-minute drive from Park City – with a circle route visit to popular attractions including Las Vegas, Colorado, Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park or Big Sky, Montana.

Cowboy on horse

The Wild West

From the annual rodeo in nearby Oakley to the whiskey of Blue Sky Ranch in neighboring Wanship, the attractions of the Heber Valley (including an historic railroad), Summit and Wasatch Counties are home to authentic Americana. The town of Midway pays homage to the Swiss settlers who founded the village, through architecture and its annual Swiss Days.  Midway also is home to a subterranean crater suitable for snorkling and in the winter, Midway’s ice castles provide a magical treat for the eyes.