Winter Dew Tour

One of the anticipated events of the year is right around the corner – The Winter Dew Tour! Snowbasin is poised to host this amazing event where the best skiers and snowboarders from around the world compete in slopestyle and superpipe events. The events are free to spectators, unless you want an up-close and personal experience which there are tickets for purchase.

The Winter Dew Tour runs from the 14th – 17th of January. For a complete list of events and times visit AlliSports.com

For full details about the Winter Dew Tour visit the following links:

For convenient, comfortable, affordable lodging, that is only 5 minutes away from Snowbasin, the Valley House Inn offers a great solution for visitors to the Winter Dew Tour. Click on the “Book Online” button to the right to check availability.

Planning A Utah Ski Vacation?

If you are planning a ski vacation either as a couple or with your family you have to check out the options in Ogden Valley which puts you minutes away from three ski resorts, Snowbasin, Powder Mountain, and Wolf Mountain (great night-skiing).

SkiUtah.com says, “Powder Mountain is on the brink of a huge transformation … and Snowbasin might be the biggest secret in all of North America.”

Here’s what other people are saying about the great opportunities on the slopes:

“I think UT is probably the best place for skiing in North America.  That’s a bold statement I know, but I’ve never found anywhere that can claim our terrain AND snow quality..I had season passes for two years for “the basin” where I spent many a weekday skiing nothing but powder.”  (Source: Yelp.com)

“Skiing Powder – This is a mountain that lives up to its name, which is no surprise, considering which state it is in. The best thing about this Powder Mountain is the fact that nobody goes there and they do get almost as much snow as the Little Cottonwood Canyon.” (Source: www.northamericansnow.com)

“Wolf Mountain, formerly known as Nordic Valley, is not typically considered a major threat to its neighboring ski resorts, but perhaps is should be. It has an amazing variety of terrain in a mere 85 skiable acres and the entire resort is open for night-time skiing and snowboarding.” (Source: away.com)

Ogden Valley Ski Resorts

Snowbasin – Great Deals

The ski season has arrived for a few resorts along the Wasatch front and is only weeks away for them all being opened. One of the highlight areas that was in the 2002 Winter Olympics lime-light is Snowbasin Ski Resort. With some of the steepest terrain, luxurious lodges, virtually no lines, and of course excellent snow, Snowbasin is a must ski for 2008. Furthermore to make the deal even sweeter, Snowbasin resort is offering some phenomenal deals to make it easier on your checkbook during these tougher economic times.

Check out these “Recession-buster Deals”

 

Summer Vacations

Huntsville Utah is one of the premier places to spend a summer vacation because of the variety of recreation activities at such close proximity. With gas prices soaring, it makes sense to drive less and yet still get to a perfect vacation spot. With access to Pineview Reservoir, Hot-Air ballooning, horseback riding, and so much more, the Valley House Inn makes a perfect solution for your summer vacation.

Pineview Reservoir

Pineview Reservoir with Snowbasin in background (above).

Powder Mountain – A Snowy Secret

When people think of traveling to Utah for a ski trip, the resorts most think of are Alta, Park City, Snowbird, Deer Valley, and since the 2002 Winter Olympics, Snowbasin has become a highlight ski attraction for many people.  However, a bit further north,  resides one of the best kept snow secrets of Utah, Powder Mountain.  Nestled in a large bowl, high above Utah’s Ogden Valley, Powder Mountains produces some of the finest powder and ski slopes anywhere in the world.  The nice thing about Powder Mountain is that it still maintains the small-town appeal.

Powder Mountain is located approximately 20 minutes from the Valley House Inn.  So if you are looking for great powder and a fun vacation plan to visit the Valley House Inn and the pristine Powder Mountain.

Powder Mountain Ski Resort