While many have skied most or all of the ski areas in Park City as well as Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons, few have enjoyed the privilege of stitching them together in a day. Spend the day traversing in and out of Deer Valley, Park City Mountain, Solitude, Brighton, Snowbird, and Alta with a Ski Utah guide, waltzing through some of the most scenic backcountry between resorts. Terrain covers nearly 25 miles of variable conditions, with the “Highway to Heaven” (a jaw-dropping 500-yard traverse into Little Cottonwood Canyon via Twin Lakes Pass) as a highlight of the day. Ski Utah Interconnect Tours (801.534.1907, skiutah.com) include two guides, lunch at one of the on-mountain restaurants, lift access, transportation back to the point of origin, and a coveted finisher’s pin. Tours depart from Snowbird (more advanced) or Deer Valley.
Of Note: Skier skill level required to participate is advanced-to-expert. $430 per person, or $3,000 for a private tour for up to 6 or $4,500 up to 12.
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Ready to head out on your own? White Pine Touring (435.649.8710, whitepinetouring.com) will style you out for the backcountry. Choose from a quiver of Alpine touring skis and boots, free-heel Telemark skis and boots, or splitboard with precut skin. Prefer a guided experience? Consider a guided cross-country tour through Park City’s 75 kilometers of groomed trails, or venture into thousands of miles of backcountry terrain in the nearby Uinta Mountains with a savvy adventurer leading the way. Three-hour, guided cross-country tour is $175 per person, $75 each additional. A five-hour, guided backcountry tour in the Uintas is $250 per person, $100 each additional.