Elevated mountain luxury and adventure on 3,500 snow-covered private acres

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"The Greatest Snow On Earth™"
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Luxury as nature intended

Listen to the flow of a nearby spring-fed creek. Hear the footfall of horses over hard packed trails. And spot a herd of wild elk grazing on the horizon. Near Salt Lake City but a world away, our 3,500-acre ranch in the Wasatch Mountain Range is where you will leave the cares of the modern world behind and reconnect with nature, from downhill skiing at nearby Park City Mountain Resort in winter to fly fishing and clay shooting any time of year. You’ll feel right at home with our relaxed Western lifestyle—and with the Blue Sky family.

Stay at the Lodge at Blue Sky

Your Year-Round Playground

Venture into Utah’s world-famous mountains - whether fishing for trout on pristine private streams, hiking to an alpine yoga session, or skiing Park City from our exclusive luxury ski lounge.

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woman skiing in park city utah

Great skiing is just the beginning...

Winter Experiences at Blue Sky

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The Lodge at Blue Sky


Utah's Wasatch Mountains
Utah's Wasatch Mountains

40 Minutes from Salt Lake City

Catch a flight to Salt Lake in the morning and be on skis by lunchtime.

Getting here

Stories from The Lodge at Blue Sky

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Eat Learning History Through Food

When the railroad snaked its way towards Utah from both coasts, it brought people along who helped to build it and those who hoped for a new future. Three distinct cultures were present in Utah during the railroad era which helped to shape the cuisine of our region: The Chinese, the Irish and the Spanish.

Chef Galen
Executive Chef
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Do Whiskey Sipping Evolves From The Saloon To The Spa

As I slipped my feet into the whiskey, salt, and sage foot bath, I am given a shot of whiskey. If this is how all massages started, I would get them weekly. I hadn’t intended to get a massage as I rarely get them back home. However, my friends and I had been out horseback riding in the mountains the day before, and we were going hiking later in the day, so I wanted something relaxing. Going to The Lodge at Blue Sky was a reunion for my college buddies. While we have kept in touch, it has been since the last wedding that we have all gotten together with just us guys. 

Thomas Smith
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Do Living my Dream as a Farmer

I still remember the first snap pea I picked off of its curling vine. The delicate yet bold freshness of this vegetable took on a whole new excitement because my Italian grandmother and I had nurtured these vines. We planted the barren looking seed into the sandy soil, watered it daily, and watched as the first real leaves grow into a four-foot vine filled with edible pods of sugary, crunchy peas. I was hooked.

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Play Me and Lucky

Every year we take a family summer vacation to explore somewhere new.  I was beyond excited when mom told me we were headed to Utah to ride horses and play with farm animals. 

Young Animal Lover
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Go Girls Getaway in a Michelin Star State

My girlfriends and I were looking for a place for a girls getaway. Our goal was great outdoor experiences and relaxed but attentive service. We wanted something a bit different this year. One friend had been to Utah before and mentioned she had a fabulous time. Of course, many of us have been skiing in Utah, but it is spring, and all the snow has melted. We were not convinced there would be anything to do. After some searching, I found out that Utah is the first state to be given three Michelin Stars!

Seeking Adventure
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Learn How I Became a Horse Thief

I'm Barbara Phillips, the horse thief. In 2013, I stole a mistreated horse from a very neglectful ranch and later named her Gracie. After hearing about the horrific abuse on the local news, I immediately got involved. The situation was grim. Only through police escort was I allowed to help any of the 140 horses involved. While helping with medical treatments, I spotted Gracie who had an infected, untreated wound. I convinced the officers to trailer Gracie to the veterinary hospital and I took financial responsibility for her. Several visits later, I loaded her in my trailer and took her to an undisclosed location.

Barbara Phillips
Owner, Founder of Saving Gracie Equine Healing Foundation
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"The Lodge at Blue Sky is an incredible place: the setting, the architecture, the finishes and textures, the creative culinary offerings, the design, the activities/amenities, and most of all, the staff. There is so much to do, or you can do nothing at all. This is truly a special place, but the staff really bring it to life."


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