Sundance Stables

The sound of trotting horse hooves has echoed up the cool canyon walls of Mount Timpanogos Peak for centuries. It continues today with guided horse back rides at Sundance Mountain Resort. The experience of riding via horse back up a mountain trail links you to the culture and spirit of the Great American West. The stables […]

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Sundance Secrets: Behind the Menu

There is nothing better than sinking your teeth into a savory taco after a long day out on the river, hillside or horseback. The teal food truck at Sundance Mountain Resort is known for cooking up the best tacos East AND West of the Mississippi (in this self proclaimed food blogger’s book). The ambiance of […]

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Journal Making Class

Sundance is a place. It has been for nearly 50 years. But it’s much more than just a place. It’s a story. Sundance itself arises from a story of cowboys and Indians, homesteaders and pioneers of art. The sound of glasses tinking, floating on a cool mountain breeze through the dense aspens of Sundance provides the […]

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Spring Fly Fishing Fever!


By Brian Wimmer, Sundance Fly Fishing Ambassador It’s that time of year when the fly fishermen and women start to fantasize about the upcoming spring fly fishing and the spectacular hatches that start as the weather warms up. This spring, Sundance is happy to once again offer easy access and instruction on one of the […]

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Better Than Prozac–By Nancy Cadjan


  I used to struggle with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).  Winter and the lack of sunshine coupled with the inversions we have in Utah have made me depressed in the winter.  I also suffer from migraines most of the year.  But when I started skiing 4 years ago, that all went away, Now I crave […]

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5 Reasons to visit the Resort During the Sundance Film Festival


  The Festival takes place from Jan. 21 to 31, with a fantastic lineup of screenings and events. While Park City stars as the center of the event, the birthplace of the festival is a mere 35 miles down the canyon at Sundance Mountain Resort. Sundance Mountain Resort is the original home of the Sundance […]

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Top Sundance Memories Of 2015


Guests and employees around the Resort reflect upon their favorite Sundance moments of 2015. Here’s what they had to say: James Kemer said — “The weather and turn-out for the Harvest Market was great. You couldn’t have asked for a better day to have it!” David Grange said — “The Bluebird Cafe concert series was awesome. I loved hearing the […]

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Faces of Sundance: Pastry Chef Callie Varner


The holiday season is in full swing, which means there is a particular food group on our minds – sweet treats. December tends to be overrun with social gatherings that include ample amounts of cookies, pies and a variety of other delectable treats. While in sweet-tooth mode, we asked Zoom Park City pastry chef, Callie Varner, a few questions […]

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My Story Riding UTA 880—By Desmond Mills


Our guest blogger today is Desmond Mills, who shares with us his experience on the UTA 880 bus route to Sundance.   One day during last year’s ski season started with a sequence of climatic events, but then ended with calming relief. The day began as usual—I hit the slopes early and skied until nightfall. In […]

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owl bar

The “Old Western” ambience of The Owl Bar at Sundance is largely due to the majestic Rosewood bar with its authentic Western history. The Sundance Owl Bar was named for the turn of the century Hoot Owl Gang. Located along the Outlaw Trail in the 1890’s, the bar became the watering hole for Butch Cassidy’s infamous Hole in the […]

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