At Play Off the Slopes

From old-fashioned horse-pulled sleigh rides to Ski-Doo–powered snowmobile trips over virgin powder, there’s more to do at Deer Valley than ski. If it happens on the snow, it happens here.
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Deer Valley Content Hub Off Hill Activities

Sure, our 2,026 acres of ski terrain will keep you busy, but failing to enjoy some of Deer Valley’s off-slope adventures is to miss the true magic of the ski vacation experience.

Dog Sledding

Release your inner musher and take the reins on a dog sledding trip in the Wasatch and Uinta mountain ranges. Children welcome. 

Nastar

Get your race on with NASTAR on the resort’s Bald Mountain course, open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Nordic skiing

Skinny-ski your way through the Uinta range on a three- or five-hour guided Nordic tour with White Pine Touring. Or visit their 20-kilometer track in town to loop the three-, five- or 10-kilometer trails.

Sleigh Rides

Climb aboard an old-fashioned sleigh pulled by draft horses for a peaceful glide through the woods.

Snowmobiling

Power through 7,000 acres of untouched terrain at Garff Ranch, 10 minutes from the resort, with Deer Valley’s Summit Meadows Adventures. One-, two- or three-hour rides are available.


Snowshoeing

If you can walk, you can snowshoe. Join a tour of Daly or Empire Canyons and see the mountain in a whole new way. Two-, three- and four-hour tours are available.

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