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THE #1 RESORT IN UTAH ~ TRAVEL + LEISURE WORLD'S BEST 2022

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Luxury and adventure for guests of all ages, set on 3,500 private acres just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City Airport

Luxury as nature intended

Listen to the flow of spring-fed Alexander Creek. Hear the footfall of our special rescue horses over hard-packed trails. Spot a herd of wild elk grazing on the horizon. Just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City airport but a world away, our 3,500-acre private retreat in the Wasatch Mountain Range is where you will leave the cares of the modern world behind and powerfully reconnect with nature, from wildlife-viewing hikes to kids camp at our sustainable farm, from mountaintop family yoga to heli-fly fishing in high Alpine lakes. You’ll feel right at home with our relaxed mountain lifestyle—and with the Blue Sky family.

Your Mountain Home Away from Home


THE ULTIMATE NATURE ESCAPE

Welcome to The Lodge at Blue Sky's private mountain retreat, just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City Airport. Fish for native Utah trout on pristine, secluded streams, visit our on-site sustainable farm to pick fresh vegetables for lunch or get grounded with outdoor yoga or guided meditation.

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Holidays at The Lodge at Blue Sky

Leave the cares of the modern world behind and powerfully reconnect with nature, from snowshoeing through snowy forested trails to horse-drawn sleigh rides to heli-skiing for intermediate and advanced skiers alike. You’ll find your holiday home with our relaxed mountain lifestyle.

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Spiritual Wellness at Blue Sky

Connect with yourself and the world by taking part in an Equine Healing session, or immerse yourself in transformative experiences like a meditative sound bath or heli-yoga adventure.

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Immerse Yourself in Nature

Creek Houses

Situated along the tranquil banks of Alexander Creek, adults-only Creek Houses are just a 3 minute walk from the Sky Lodge and Edge Spa. Unwind and reminisce about the adventures of the day while listening to the soothing sounds of the water and wind moving through the surrounding Aspen grove or opt to luxuriate indoors beside the fire.

Contact our concierge for details 435.571.0349

Catch a flight to Salt Lake in the morning and catch a fish by lunchtime

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Choose your own adventure:
Blue Sky was the perfect summer escape. We went heli hiking and fly fishing while our kids spent time at Gracie's Farm with the kids camp. We loved relaxing by the pool at the end of the day. Our rooms were stunning and serene, and the food was exceptional. We can't wait to make this an annual pilgrimage.
Alice R.

Awards

Forbes Travel Guide

Five Stars in 2022

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Traveler's Choice 2022

THE LODGE AT BLUE SKY

Our Social Purpose

The foundation of Blue Sky's ethos is to live in harmony with the land. From our onsite regenerative farm to our sustainable sporting clay course, discover the myriad ways in which Blue Sky is committed to environmental and social stewardship.

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Stories from The Lodge at Blue Sky

Learn Diving Deep into Blue Sky’s Sustainability Journey

The team at Blue Sky believes in being genuine stewards of the earth, taking every opportunity to be kind to the planet. Our pursuit of environmental excellence is complex and ever-expanding – so much so, in fact, that we have a host of experts within our sustainability initiative that ensure these efforts are holistically interconnected, from our “no-till” approach to agriculture at Gracie’s Farm to our rescue animals, youth programming and commitment to using local and environmentally safe materials. We sat down with the Blue Sky Director of Farming, Lynsey Gammon – a soil enthusiast if ever there was one – along with Ranch General Manager Henry Hudson and Alex Phillips from Gracie’s Farm to hear how that commitment impacts the Blue Sky experience, right down to what’s inside our sporting clays.

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Amber Mihna, Global Sales Director from Staglin Family Vineyard

Drink A Conversation with Staglin Family Vineyard

Amber Mihna, Global Sales Director from Staglin Family Vineyard joins us August 2-4 for a multi-day experience that celebrates exceptional female leaders in the food, wine and farming industries, and whose reverence for the land is the foundation from which their businesses and their passion flourish.

Amber Mihna
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Global Director, Staglin Family Vineyard
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Peter Michael Vineyard

Drink A Weekend with Peter Michael Winery

Renowned Peter Michael Winery takes residence at Blue Sky from July 21-23 for a weekend of wine in the Wasatch mountains. We caught up with Peter Kay, Director of Sales from Peter Michael, to learn more about the passion and skill that goes into producing these special vintages.

Peter Kay Director of Sales from Peter Michael Winery
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Beekeeper tending to beehive

Do The State of BEEing with Northern Roots Bee Co.

On June 21, Blue Sky explores our passion for pollinators with the Northern Roots Bee Co in an all-day se.ries of experiences focused on bees and beekeeping. We caught up with co-owners Molly Eaton and Cole Yakemchuk to learn more about bees and the important roles they contribute to the health of our ecosystem.

Molly Eaton and Cole Yakemchuk Co-Owners of Northern Roots Bee Company
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Learn A Conversation with Michelle Stoppi, CranioSacral Master-in-Residence for The Week of WELL

In the last two years, the human race has collectively been faced with the notion of what it is to “be well”, and we’ve discovered that previous notions of “wellness” are woefully outdated. We’ve begun to dissect what health truly means and we are more open than ever to exploring new and varied wellness modalities to reduce pain, inflammation, sleep disorders, sadness, anxiety, depression, to name but a few.

Michelle Stoppi
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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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Learn Environmental Clay Shooting

On my first day at The Lodge at Blue Sky, I signed up for a sporting clay lesson since it is one of their signature adventures. I was a bit nervous because I had never shot a shotgun before. I inquired as to what my options were to learn how to shoot clays. I had never shot a gun before, but I really wanted to understand how it was done and if I would be any good at it. Luckily, there is an option to receive private instruction on shooting clays as a beginner as well as different level courses. 

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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!

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Eat Bringing Usu-Zan and the SingleThread Ethos to Blue Sky

The beacon for our little rural, fishing village in Hokkaido, Japan was a small, active volcano, whose name, Usu-Zan, originated from the indigenous Ainu people's word for the mountain. We woke to a constant plume of volcanic smoke, which gave the area its unique landscape and incredible agricultural bounty.

Kyle Connaughton
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Owner-Chef, SingleThread Farm Restaurant, and Inn
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Learn Healing through Nature

Growing up in Poland, my grandparents often looked after me, and they taught me much of what I know about plants and herbs today. As I work in my position as the Spa Manager at The Lodge at Blue Sky, I still cultivate what I learned from them those days and use it daily.

Adrianna Stepien
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Spa Manager
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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.

Former Executive Chef Galen Zamarra
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Farm director tending to plants

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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Celebrate Take Your Love to New Heights with Blue Sky’s Heli-Wedding

On your wedding day, step aboard a helicopter and soar above the clouds to shout your love from the mountaintops! A 10-minute flight over Utah’s Uintas or Wasatch Mountain Range will only make that walking-on-clouds wedding high feel all the more weightless as you soak in sights as expansive and grand as your love. With two helicopters that are each able to hold up to five passengers, the Lodge at Blue Sky offers a unique experience ideal for those who desire an intimate event. Simple tips for taking flight on your special day? Brides, it’s best to keep your wedding attire on the classic and simple side for safety and ease on the helicopter ride. However, if you have your heart set on wearing a veil, we can affix it once on the mountaintop.

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