P.O. Box 8040
Alta, Utah 84092-8040
Alta Lodge is located at the base of Alta Ski Area and adjacent to Snowbird Ski Resort in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Conveniently located 32 miles southeast of downtown Salt Lake City, at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon on State Highway 210, the Lodge is less than an hour from Salt Lake International Airport.
8,600 feet (2,700 meters)
57 lodging rooms ranging from large slope-facing corner rooms to small shared dormitory rooms.
From mid to late November through mid to late April, the Lodge offers ski vacations and all-inclusive ski clinics for individuals and small groups.
Modified American Plan Package includes lodging, full breakfast and dinner. Rates for 2017-2018 season range from $110 for a bed in a shared dormitory room during a week night stay early season to $802 for two people in a large slope-facing corner room during high season. Tax and 15% service charge (in lieu of tipping) are additional.
Ski-in/ski-out to Alta Ski Area; adjacent to Snowbird Ski Resort
Restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily (breakfast and dinner included in nightly lodging)
Sitzmark Club Bar (opens at 4:00 p.m. daily)
Complimentary Afternoon Tea
Free Kids’ Club
Free wireless Internet access in guest rooms and public areas
Jacuzzis, saunas, and sundeck
General Store / Gift Shop
Several guest rooms have a fireplace and private balcony
Ski lockers and in-room boot heaters
Full service ski shop adjacent to the Lodge
From early June to mid-October, the Lodge is available for weddings and receptions,
conferences, reunions, lodging, special events, Saturday Lunch and Sunday Brunch.
Room rates range from $99-$165 and include continental breakfast or Sunday Brunch. Additional private group dining meal plans are available.
Free wireless Internet access in guest rooms and public areas, Jacuzzis, saunas, general store and gift shop. Convenient access to hiking trails and Snowbird resort.
Built in 1940 by the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. Owned and operated by the Levitt family since 1959.