A mountain resort in Utah has its roots in the Hollywood hills.
In 1969, actor Robert Redford opened Utah’s Sundance Mountain Resort, naming it after the way that sunlight flashes across the slopes of the surrounding Wasatch mountain range throughout the course of the day.
As the birthplace of the legendary Sundance Film Festival and Sundance Institute (both now situated in nearby Park City), the resort maintains its cultural connections with an in-house art studio. There are workshops on wheel-thrown pottery, soap making, printmaking and more, plus a summer concert series.
Balancing art, nature and community, the resort is a gateway to verdant hiking and biking trails in the warmer months, and pristine slopes for skiing and snowboarding come winter. Lodge-style lofts and suites are enveloped by views of the natural landscape.
Sundance Mountain Resort
8841 N. Alpine Loop Road
Sundance, Utah 84604
This post is produced in partnership with Sundance Mountain Resort.