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Resort Uphill Travel Policies

Each resort in Utah has their own policy regarding uphill travel. Resorts have the legal right to restrict or prohibit uphill travel within their boundaries, whether they operate on private or National Forest Service property. These policies have been developed to address growing interest in uphill inbounds travel and potential conflict with mountain operations like grooming and avalanche control.
Existing resort policies are subject to change and it is your responsibility to be aware of and honor the current policy for each resort.
The Utah Avalanche Center provides a summary of each resort's policy as a service to both the resorts and the public. If you have any questions about a policy, please contact the resort directly.
Alta
Alta Ski Area is closed to all uphill travel. This is to prepare for winter operations and increasing avalanche hazard. Thank you for respecting this closure.
Beaver Mountain
Allowed pre-season. Restrictions when operating.
Brian Head
Uphill Travel is not allowed. See https://www.brianhead.com/the-resort/mountain-policies/ for details.
Brighton
Uphill travel is allowed with restrictions. Visit http://www.brightonresort.com/Documents/Brighton/Uphill%20Travel.pdf for details.
Cherry Peak
Uphill Travel is Allowed on Green Days From 4:00 am - 8:30 am. Visit https://www.skicpr.com/mountain-policies for more details.
Eagle Point
You can access the backcountry through the gate above Monarch Lift, with parking available at the Skyline Lodge parking lot. Uphill travel is permitted on Big Horn ONLY. Visit https://www.eaglepointresort.com/mountain/backcountry for details
Park City
During the regular season, uphill travel is permitted on the Park City base side from 6:00pm to 8:30am on the designated route only from December 15th until closing day. The designated route is from the bottom of First Time Lift, up Homerun to the Angle Station. There is NO uphill travel beyond the Angle Station. Please follow the link to the resort web page for further details. There is NO uphill travel on the Canyons Village base side. Visit https://www.parkcitymountain.com/the-mountain/more-options/mountain-safety.aspx?tc_1=7 for details.
Deer Valley
The following activities, SLEDDING, UPHILL TRAVEL, CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING, SNOWBOARDING, SNOWMOBILING, AND HIKING ARE NOT PERMITTED AT DEER VALLEY AT ANY TIME OF THE DAY OR NIGHT DURING THE SKI SEASON. https://www.deervalley.com/about-us/safety-policies
Nordic Valley:
Uphill allowed on set runs with uphill pass.Visit https://www.nordicvalley.ski/uphill-access-policy/ for details.
Powder Mountain:
Powder Mountain only allows uphill travel in designated areas and along approved routes. Visit www.powdermountain.com for details.
Snowbasin:
Uphill travel is allowed subject to certain restrictions. Visit https://www.snowbasin.com/tickets-passes/uphill-travel/ for details.
Snowbird:
Snowbird is closed to all uphill travel. This is to prepare for winter operations and increasing avalanche hazard. Visit https://www.snowbird.com/mountain-safety/ for details.
Solitude:
Visit https://www.solitudemountain.com/landing-pages/uphill-travel for information about uphill travel.
Sundance
Sundance Mountain Resort does not allow unauthorized uphill travel at any time of the day or night. https://www.sundanceresort.com/winter-mountain-safety/