At the foot of Utah’s stunning Wasatch Range, Sundance Resort seamlessly blends rustic charm with upscale extravagance, taking inspiration from the spectacular Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest that frames your stay. Breathe in clean mountain air from the world-class ski slopes of Mount Timpanogos or explore more than 25 miles of lift-serviced, single-track pathways with your mountain bike, all before lounging by a crackling fire back at the resort. At night, enjoy delicious cocktails and quintessential live music at Owl Bar, a restored outlaw hangout from the 19th century. From scenic lift rides to thrilling zip tours, this idyllic mountain destination delivers an ideal experience at your chosen speed.
- Feel at home at one of the 105 lavish guestrooms, suites, and mountain homes
- Dine at the award-winning Tree Room restaurant, surrounded by artworks from owner Robert Redford’s private collection
- Sip cocktails at the Owl Bar, once frequented by Butch Cassidy’s Hole-in-the-Wall Gang
- Take an exhilarating zip line tour through the picturesque scene above the treetops
- Ski Mount Timpanogos and find yourself awestruck by its dramatic scenery
- Create a memento of your trip at one of the pottery or jewelry-making classes
- Book a post-adventure body treatment, facial, or manicure at The Spa at Sundance
Actor Robert Redford founded Sundance Resort as "a dream" to combine art and culture with spirit and service. While there is a plethora of outdoor activities, the resort’s unique restaurants and indoor activities, from live music to jewelry-making classes, craft a truly singular experience for you.
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Staying at one of the resort’s 105 charming guestrooms or lodges delivers a profound connection with nature in an undeniably sumptuous setting. The rustic-yet-elegant styling includes tasteful wooden furnishings and large windows that offer picturesque mountainside views. Accommodations range from cozy guestrooms to stunning suites and vast lodges.
For a truly serene and spacious stay, choose one of Sundance Resort’s unique mountain homes, offering extravagant décor cocooned by forest trees. With exposed wooden eaves, roaring fires in characterful stone hearths, and plenty of windows to behold the majestic scenery by day and the star-filled Utah sky at night, these private retreats create a truly authentic experience of luxury mountain living.
As a guest, you receive two complimentary ski/lift passes per guestroom each day and enjoy access to the bell staff and the concierge team. The heritage-inspired mountain homes are ideal if you are on an adventure with friends or family, and the idyllic intimacy of the guestrooms are perfect for a romantic weekend.
Get the very best features of a luxury hotel within the comforts of a residential setting.
In the award-winning Tree Room, dine against a backdrop of Native American art pieces belonging to Robert Redford. Foundry Grill celebrates the settlers’ history of Utah, and the intoxicating Owl Bar, relocated from its original home in Wyoming, is where Butch Cassidy’s notorious Hole-in-the-Wall Gang once drank.
Tree Room – Dine on seasonal mountain cuisine as flickering candlelight illuminates arresting Native American artwork from Robert Redford’s private collection. This atmospheric Forbes Four-Star restaurant won Utah’s Best of State award for fine dining.
Foundry Grill – With its hearty, seasonal dishes, Foundry Grill pays rustic tribute to the farmers, miners, and frontier families who originally settled the surrounding land. Natural light floods the earthy wooden space as accomplished chefs work in an open kitchen.
Owl Bar – Originally built in Wyoming back in the 1890s, this personality-rich bar was the chosen watering hole of Butch Cassidy’s Hole-in-the-Wall Gang. These days, you can order up innovative cocktails from the derby-wearing bar staff and dine on creative cuisine in this exceptional rosewood space.
Sundance Deli – At the heart of the village, Sundance Deli offers sandwiches, salads, and handmade baked goods, presented in a rustic store setting that harkens back to a simpler time.
Immerse yourself in tranquility and gorgeous natural beauty with outdoor yoga and meditation classes, or rejuvenate your body with a mountain stone massage or a sage and sweet grass ritual body treatment at The Spa at Sundance. Take a pottery or jewelry-making class at the art studio, crafting a colorful art piece to remember your trip by. Meanwhile, the Sundance Kids Camp and the Sundance Tees Camp ensure that your younger guests have as many unforgettable adventures as you.
For a snow-filled adventure on Mount Timpanogos, hit the scenic slopes like a champ or take a beginner’s course at the resort’s acclaimed ski and snowboard school. During the warmer seasons, revel in the fresh mountain breeze as you take to the area’s bike trails. Spend a peaceful afternoon fly fishing in the calm waters of the Provo River, one of the world’s premier Blue Ribbon trout fisheries. Observe nature the old-fashioned way with a horseback ride through the countryside, or experience the thrill of an exciting zipline tour.
Surrounded by the greenery of Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest and set against the awe-inspiring Mount Timpanogos in Utah’s Wasatch Range, Sundance Resort delivers an adventure-filled experience in the great outdoors. Salt Lake City is roughly an hour’s drive to the northwest.
Salt Lake City International Airport is 56 mi / 90 km from the hotel.
Salt Lake Central Station is roughly an hour’s drive away.