Elevated mountain luxury and adventure on 3,500 private acres just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City Airport.

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WELCOME TO THE LODGE AT BLUE SKY

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. And 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 ranch in the Wasatch Mountain Range is where you will leave the cares of the modern world behind and reconnect with nature, from guided nature hikes to mountaintop family yoga to heli-fly fishing in high Alpine lakes. You’ll feel right at home with our relaxed Western lifestyle—and with the Blue Sky family.

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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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a group heli-hiking at The Lodge at Blue Sky

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Experiences

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Drink in the quiet serenity of a mountain morning as you spot wildlife and ascend to a high alpine field
sunrise horseback ride at The Lodge at Blue Sky

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

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"...Luxury... 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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Eat Homemade Treats Feed Your Body and Soul

My morning starts with a guided snowshoe adventure exploring The Lodge at Blue Sky’s back country and watching the sun peek over the Wasatch Mountains. Alpine views seem to stretch for miles in every direction and open meadows reveal herds of elk that freely roam throughout the property. The fresh mountain air feels invigorating and exhilarating, while the journey works up my appetite. With only the sound of our snowshoes against the fresh powder, we make our way back to the lodge.

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Shamanic Healer at The Lodge at Blue Sky

Do A Sacred Journey of Shamanic Healing

I begin to sink into a relaxed state, my body cradled in thick, warm blankets. I gaze out of floor-to-ceiling windows that reveal sweeping mountain views and listen to the gentle, murmuring creek below. The rich, earthy aroma of cleansing sage wafts through the air, purifying the therapy room and preparing my body and mind for my customized healing session. 

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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. 

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Chef at Yuta at Lodge at Blue Sky

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.

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