Snowpine Lodge

Alta’s oldest lodge is quiet and secluded and the perfect place for somebody who wants to vanish and ski for a while.
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Snowpine Lodge

There’s a funny little building that’s usually halfway buried in snow between the Alta Lodge and the Rustler that most people pass buy. It has the East Coast, no-frills, old money style that is most akin to the Alta Lodge in terms of staff, guests, and decor. It is small—only 18 rooms—and this is the defining factor for the place. Alta’s oldest lodge is quiet and secluded and the perfect place for somebody who wants to vanish and ski for a while.

The Snowpine is centrally located, making access easy to and from all sides of the mountain. Doubles start at $110-$163 per person per night, breakfast and dinner included.
Thesnowpine.com; 801-742-2000.

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