Planning a family ski trip? Alta Lodge has been hosting family ski vacations for generations. As a family-owned and operated business, they are at the core of who we are. To help families start their own Alta family ski-tradition, we have been offering our Kids Stay Free program during early, and spring seasons for more than a decade.
Here’s the deal:
Book a 4-night minimum stay in a standard room or better, and children ages 12 and under stay in your room at no additional charge. With two children, this is a savings of over $200 per night!
- nightly lodging
- full hot breakfast and dinner
- complimentary Kids’ Club program
Early Season – Nov. 19 (opening) through Dec. 16 2021
Spring Season – April 3 – April 16, 2022 (closing)
Avoid the holiday crowds and high season prices! You’ll save even more when traveling during our early and spring season dates where we offer the lowest rates of the season, in addition to Kids Stay Free pricing.
Your family will love our complimentary Kids Club!
In addition to Kids Free lodging, our winter long complimentary Kids’ Club programming includes shuttle service to and from Alta’s Alf Engen Ski School. Off the slopes, your children will enjoy creative activities and dinner tailored especially to our younger guests.
As the saying goes, “families that play together, stay together.” There’s no better time, or place to connect and create memories with your family than on the slopes and a stay at Alta Lodge. Start a new family tradition with us and make the most out of your vacation time and budget.
New to Alta? Check out Best Family Ski Resorts in Utah.
Have questions? Contact our Reservations Department at 800-707-2582 or email@example.com with any questions or to book your stay.
Alta Lodge is ski-in/ski-out to Alta’s main Collins lift and is located less than an hour from the Salt Lake City International Airport. Getting here is simple and there’s no need for a car. Alta Shuttle offers easy and convenient transportation from the airport, with discount pricing for children 11 and younger.
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