A perennial favorite ski destination of Exclusive Resorts Members, Deer Valley knows how to cater to its visitors, regardless of season. This quaint ski town hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics, and though the torch has been extinguished, the popularity of a luxury vacation here still burns bright. Whether enjoying the 11 Club residences at Ironwood or five homes at Montage, Members have direct ski-in, ski-out access to all Deer Valley Resort’s award-winning ski-only alpine terrain. Both the Ironwood and Montage properties are located less than four miles from Park City’s Main Street, home to the best dining, shopping, and sightseeing the area has to offer (and the headquarters of Robert Redford’s famous Sundance Film Festival).
One of the easiest ski destinations to fly to—Salt Lake City International airport is just 40 minutes away, and the private Heber airport is just a 25-minute drive—residences are 10 minutes from Park City Resort, which is now the largest ski resort in the United States since merging with The Canyons. New for the 2015-2016 season, skiers and snowboarders at Park City Resort can now easily access the Canyons at Park City via the new Quicksilver gondola.
All properties showcase high-end alpine style. Some design highlights include slate and wood floors, marble and granite bathroom and kitchen counter tops, custom cabinetry, artwork inspired by the mountain landscape, and vintage black-and-white photography that celebrates the heritage of Park City. All homes feature fireplaces, perfect for cozy après-ski or après-hike gatherings, and sleds are stocked for kid (and adult) play. According to our stellar on-site Concierge team, wildlife viewing is abundant year-round, including curious moose, deer, and elk.
Exclusive Resorts member and “Meet Me There” host D.J. Duckworth takes the Sundance experience to the streets of Park City + Deer Valley.