With 650 acres of skiable terrain and 40 named runs, this mid-sized resort is a great place to escape the crowds found at other Utah resorts. Its elevation spans 9,100 ft to 10,600 ft and boasts 5 lifts (including one short surface lift to connect some of its black runs). On average, Eagle Point sees 350 inches of snow per season.
The on-site lodging includes an affordable collection of ski-in ski-out condos and vacation homes. In terms of dining, Eagle Point has two fully-renovated day lodges that house the resort’s facilities and dining services. The Canyonside Lodge, specifically, features the Outpost Grille and Lounge, which is a go-to for dinner and drinks. However, Eagle Point as a whole is fairly lowkey, so don’t expect many lavish wine bars, boutiques, or day spas.
You can access Eagle Point on the Indy Pass, Yeti Pass, Gold Pass, and Ski Utah Passport. If you’re visiting during the summertime, you can find plenty of hiking, mountain biking, and exploring opportunities to take in breathtaking scenery and fascinating wildlife.