Book your Winter Stay at Sundance Resort and Experience the Best Powder on Earth—Free!

SUNDANCE, UTAH (November, 2010)—Book your winter stay at Sundance Resort and ski free with our special promotion for all lodging guests. Ski all day and then relax in the comfortable elegance of your Sundance mountain cottage. Sundance is offering this special opportunity for all guests to receive two passes per day when they book their stay at Sundance. Passes include both day and night skiing on nights available. The only dates that are excluded from this offer are during the Sundance Film Festival from January 20th-30th, 2011. Group rates qualify to receive one pass per day.

 

Utah's Mount Timpanogos soars over Sundance at 12,000 feet. Timp's powdered slopes offer 450 acres of breathtaking terrain with a vertical drop of 2,150 feet. Ski or snowboard some of Utah's best powder. Enjoy an afternoon at Sundance's mountaintop skier's café with amazing 360 degree views. Sundance's PSIA Certified Ski School offers specialized workshops and a ski school.

 

Sundance was ranked ninth in Conde Nast Traveler's "Best Places to Ski and Stay" and was also the worthy subject of a 12-page article in Ski Magazine just two years ago. Last year, the resort increased offerings with night skiing on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays throughout the season. This season night skiing will operate on the same evenings from 4:30 to 9 p.m. Sundance is scheduled to open for all winter sports on Dec. 10.

 

Founded by Robert Redford in 1969, Sundance is a haven for discovery and inspiration. Located just 50 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport, Sundance is an exquisite destination retreat dedicated to maintaining the balance of art, nature and mountain recreation.

 

Nestled at the base of 12,000-foot Mount Timpanogos, Sundance offers diverse mountain recreation experiences and encourages the cultivation of art and self-expression, as well as the preservation of the land. Guests who are drawn to Sundance are as diverse as the multitude of activities offered here, from alpine skiing or snowshoeing through Aspens to throwing a pot at the Art Shack, there is something for everyone.

 

When Robert Redford founded Sundance, he envisioned a year-round destination for artistic expression, nature and environmental stewardship. It was not until 1988 that overnight accommodations were added and the Resort has since slowly and conscientiously added more lodging. Today, Sundance is comprised of 92 guest accommodations, a selection of mountain homes, an outdoor theater, screening room, a live performance theater, restaurants and bar, a General Store, public spaces, conference facilities and 41 ski runs. All are built from local materials--stone quarried in the area, indigenous cedar, fir, and pine--and are constructed to blend in with the surroundings.

 

 

Facts about Sundance

 

ACCOMMODATIONS

 

Accommodations are nestled in clusters throughout the resort, while mountain homes are tucked away on the mountainside above. Native American art and crafts, stone fireplaces, and plush furnishings create an atmosphere of rustic luxury. Décor reflects the surrounding landscape: hand-hewn furnishings are accented with rich sepia and ochre fabrics.

 

Guests have the choice of staying in one-, two- or three-bedroom accommodations, most with full kitchens, dining areas and fireplaces, or renting a fully furnished private mountain home (see below). All accommodations have outdoor access, either to a private patio or deck, and all are examples of authentic western style architecture with Native American inspired interiors.

 

Accommodations are based on three categories:

 

Mountain Suites are comprised of a master bedroom with queen size bed, a living room, kitchen and dining room. Many also feature a queen size sofa sleeper or sleeping loft, and either a stone fireplace or wood stove. (45 total)

 

Sundance Suites are designed in an open bay style, and feature a queen size bed, a large private bath, a kitchenette and dining area, and either a stone fireplace or wood stove. (30 total)

 

Studio Suites are equipped with a queen-size bed, many with stone fireplaces. (20 total)

 

Sundance also offers a collection of distinctive private residences available for rent. Located on the mountainside above Sundance Village, homes range from intimate two-bedroom homes to spacious five-bedroom houses.

 

 

THE SPA

 

The Spa at Sundance offers treatments inspired by Native American healing methods. The spa features six treatment rooms: five dedicated to massage and bodywork and one for aesthetics. Blending ancient traditions and totally organic products, our Spa treatments bring the body, mind and spirit back into perfect balance.

 

 

DINING

 

At Sundance, dining is celebrated as an art form. Guest can choose from three distinct experiences at the Tree Room, Foundry Grill or the Deli, or enjoy a drink at the Owl Bar. When guests are in Park City, they can visit Zoom, a Sundance restaurant.

 

The Tree Room—Sundance's signature restaurant and recipient of the AAA Four-Diamond award, The Tree Room, is known for regional cuisine paired with an impressive wine list, including Sundance Label Wines. The Tree Room's seasonal and innovative menus reflect the Sundance "earth to table" philosophy, paying homage to natural ingredients served at their peak. The restaurant's intimate interior also honors the region and its history: Native American art and western memorabilia from Robert Redford's personal collection are displayed throughout.

 

The Foundry Grill—The western inspired cuisine served here is prepared over a wood burning oven, rotisserie and grill, seasoned with organically grown herbs and vegetables. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Foundry Grill offers unobstructed views of 12,000-ft. Mount Timpanogos from both the interior and an expansive patio.

 

The Deli—The Deli sells handcrafted foods from American cottage farmers. Inventory at this quintessential country market also includes coffees, breads, pastries, deli sandwiches, soups and salads, fresh juices, smoothies and shakes. Open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

 

The Owl Bar—A gathering spot for Sundance guests and local clientele, The Owl Bar serves a wide selection of beers and spirits and a limited Foundry Grill menu. It houses the original 1890's rosewood bar favored by Butch Cassidy's Hole-in-the-Wall Gang, transported from its original home in Wyoming. Open daily from noon to midnight, with live music on weekends.

 

Zoom—Since its debut in 1995, Zoom had become one of Park City's most popular restaurants where diners can enjoy lunch or dinner from a menu that celebrates traditional all-American flavors and dishes. As a part of the Sundance family, Zoom takes pride in offering a dining experience based on good quality, a back-to-basics mindset, and simplicity. Zoom is located at 660 Main Street in Park City in a building that was originally the Union Pacific Station built in 1882.

 

 

SHOPPING AT SUNDANCE

 

The General Store—The inspiration for the Sundance Catalog, this classic country outpost is a favorite stop for lodging guests and day visitors. Along with a collection of native crafts, handmade clothes, Native American art and jewelry.

 

Sundance Mountain Outfitters—This retail shop is the one-stop destination for all your mountain recreation needs. Sundance Mountain Outfitters offers state-of-the-art K2 equipment (mountain bikes, skis), Sundance logo gear and other sundry items.

 

 

MOUNTAIN FACTS

 

Altitude
- 6,100 Base elevation
- 8,250 Summit elevation
- 2,150 Vertical drop (655 meters)

 

Lifts
- 1 quad
- 2 triple chairs

 

Runs
- 45 runs, 20% beginner, 40% intermediate, 40% expert

 

Skiable Acres
- 450 acres

 

Average Snowfall
- 300" per year (8 meters)

 

Ski Season Open
- December 10, 2010

 

Ski Season Close
- April 5, 2011

 

Cross Country
- 15 kilometers of groomed trails for skating and classic skiing

 

 

ABOUT SUNDANCE RESORT

 

Nestled at the base of 12,000-foot Mt. Timpanogos, the Sundance Resort is a 5,000-acre destination resort, committed to maintaining the balance of art, nature and recreation. Sundance offers diverse mountain recreation experiences and encourages the cultivation of art and self-expression, as well as the preservation of the land. Created by Robert Redford, Sundance is a haven for discovery and inspiration, featuring 100 well-appointed cottages and homes consistent with the Sundance brand. The Sundance family of companies includes the Sundance Resort, Sundance Institute, Sundance Channel, Sundance Cinemas and Sundance Catalog. For more information on Sundance, call 801-225-4107 or visit our website, www.sundanceresort.com.