Most of you are familiar with Alta, Snowbird, Park City, and the other ski resorts located around Salt Lake City.
They’re world-class resorts, but the crippling crowds on weekends can be a deterrent for vacationers looking to spend time on snow.
Unknown to most, Eagle Point Resort is Utah’s hidden gem located just a 2 hour drive north of Zion National Park.
Ski Utah has created a fantastic short film documenting Eagle Point’s vibe, and I really want to go after watching it.
Check it out below:
Ski Utah: “A series in which we explore Utah’s lesser-known ski areas to discover their lure, lore and legends…
High atop the aerie of the Tushar Mountain Range lies a ski resort tucked below the flanks of Mount Holly’s imposing summit. Perched in Utah’s third-highest mountain range, Eagle Point is where you’ll find a handful of dedicated skiers and snowboarders carving out their days and reveling in the special atmosphere of this unique resort.
Film by Tim Jones
Produced by Lexi Dowdall
Special thanks to Eagle Point Resort”
Eagle Point Stats/Info:
Base Elevation: 9,100 ft.
Vertical: 1,500 ft.
Skiable Acreage: 650 ac.
Average Snowfall: 350+ inches
Pass: Indy Pass