In 1969, Robert Redford bought Timphaven and much of the surrounding land, and Sundance was born. Rejecting advice from New York investors to fill the canyon with an explosion of lucrative hotels and condominiums, Redford saw his newly acquired land as an ideal locale for environmental conservation and artistic experimentation.The quietude here contrasts sharply with the bustle found at most Utah ski resorts. The resort offers lodging that harmonizes with the mountain and forest and reflects the overriding values Sundance was built upon.Each of the lodging units is uniquely appointed in a style that integrates with the mountain environment, including rough-hewn wood, warm tones and Native American accents.Unleash your creative potential by visiting the Sundance Art Studios. Spend two hours in an Art Studios workshop and take away a lasting memory of the Utah wilderness. Choose from single-session workshops in jewelry making, wheel-thrown pottery, watercolor, acrylic or oil painting, printmaking, photography or drawing.At Sundance Mountain Resort, dining is an art form. Enjoy the romantic atmosphere of candlelight and soft illumination accenting beautiful Native American art from Robert Redford's private collection as you savor fresh, seasonal mountain cuisine.
Hotel Address:Directions to Hotel
- Sundance Resort
- North Fork Provo Canyon
- Sundance, UT 84604
- United States
From SLC/Airport When exiting the airport, turn right onto I-80 east. Then turn right onto I-215 heading south. Next take I–15 South towards Provo. Continue on I-15 to exit #272 (which is 800 North in Orem) turn left heading east. Stay on 800 North through Orem to the mouth of the canyon. Stay in left hand lane, which will drop onto Hwy 189. Continue up the canyon approximately 7 miles to Scenic Route #92 which is the first left after the tunnel. Sundance is 2 miles up the canyon on the left. From Park City Take Hwy 248 (Kearns Boulevard) to Highway 40. Turn south (right) onto Highway 40 towards Heber City.Drive through Heber City and turn right onto Highway 189 towards Provo. Three miles past Deer Creek Reservoir, turn right onto Scenic Route 92 and continue for 2 miles to Sundance.
Conde Nast Award Winner, Travel & Leisure Award Winner
Located in close proximity to the Sundance Film Festival held each year in the area.
Available Kids Ski School, Kids summer camp for 8-12 year olds, and nanny services.
blend Native American traditions, totally organic products and the human touch to bring your body, mind and spirit back
Enjoy rides through the mountain meadows or discover the "Crows Nest," one of the traditional hunting camps of the Ute I
Skiing - Snow
450 acres of pristine Utah terrain and snow, and a vertical drop of 2,150 feet
Theatre & Museums
Occasionally off site, including Sundance Film festival
Each of the lodging units is uniquely appointed in a style that integrates with the mountain environment, including rough hewn wood warm tones and Native American accents.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Disabled Access
- - Executive Retreat
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - High Speed Internet
- - Child Programs
- - Pets Allowed
- - Spa Facility
- - Ballooning, Hot Air
- - Biking, Mountain
- - Biking, Touring
- - Fishing - Fly
- - Golf Driving Range
- - Golfing
- - Hiking
- - Horseback Riding
- - Shopping
- - Skiing - Snow
- - Theatre & Museums
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