The legendary, stone-&-timber Stein Eriksen Lodge — nestled amidst stunningly beautiful Deer Valley Resort, its spectacular trails and 100-mile views, 36 miles from Salt Lake's airport — occasions memorable adventures at Olympics sites and in Park City, the Sundance Film Festival's authentic mining-town home.
The scenic Wasatch Mountain's abundant silver veins attracted adventurers from around the world in the 1860's. And more recently, the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and Sundance, the premier film festival, have brought renewed international acclaim to Park City.
Cool summers, scores of historic buildings, a Western spirit, vibrant nightlife, celebrated galleries & restaurants, and the vast array of outdoor recreation — beyond fame as a skiing capital — have made Park City/Deer Valley a mecca for four-season fun.
Non-stop flights from most major US cities make Salt Lake City remarkably accessible. A scenic drive away, Park City/Deer Valley's free shuttles and a bio-diesel bus system integrate the town, resort and favorite destinations.
Lift-served trails invite mountain hiking and biking. Breath-taking views similarly await those preferring chairlift & gondola rides and terrace tea times.
Unscheduled Renaissance afternoons permit zip-line, whitewater rafting, boating, wakeboarding, water skiing & tubing adventures. Alpine slides, coasters & "disc-golf," as well as kayaking, canoeing, wave-running, & fishing beckon. Balloon, horseback & hayrides are enjoyed by all ages.
Stein Eriksen Lodge, named after the Norwegian Olympic Gold Medal skier, is an authentic European ski lodge. A Forbes Five-star Hotel, its luxurious amenities, individually designed rooms, 145 stone fireplaces, and cathedral-ceilinged lounges are relished by celebrities, lovers of the active life, and adventure-seekers of all generations.