Your home away from home: Mountain luxury & adventure for spirited guests of all ages, set on 3,500 private acres just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City Airport.

Snowball fight at The Lodge at Blue Sky
SHOT 1/24/16 12:39:11 PM - Brighton Ski Resort is a ski area located in Big Cottonwood Canyon, 30 miles (48 km) from downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. Brighton Ski Resort was the first ski resort in Utah, and one of the first in the United States. Brighton was started in 1936 when members of the Alpine Ski Club built a rope tow from wire and an old elevator motor. Brighton claims to be a "no-frills" resort whose sole business is to provide skiers and snowboarders with top-notch trails. Brighton is also known for its extensive backcountry access, visitors can purchase single ride lift tickets to reach the backcountry access gates at the top of the resort. Although the terrain inbounds at Brighton can rival that of the backcountry, Brighton is known for its cliffs, chutes, bowls and natural features. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2016)
Couple on balcony pouring drinks at the Lodge at Blue Sky
Living room with fireplace at The Lodge at Blue Sky
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Luxury as nature intended

Listen to the sound of fresh snow crunching underfoot. Spy hundreds of elk that come down from higher elevations during winter months to graze in our open fields. 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 snowshoeing through forested trails to horse-drawn sleigh rides to heli-skiing for intermediate and advanced skiers alike. You’ll feel right at home with our relaxed mountain lifestyle - and with the Blue Sky family.

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Table of traditional Japenese foods prepared by SingleThread

The culinary adventure of a lifetime | January 20-30

Three Michelin Star SingleThread introduces Usu Zan

SingleThread takes residence at The Lodge at Blue Sky for a transportive seven-course culinary homage to Hokkaido, Japan, called Usu-Zan.

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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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Evening sky over winter mountains
Evening sky over winter mountains

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Spiritual Wellness at Blue Sky

Engage in transformative experiences at The Lodge at Blue Sky. Connect with yourself and the world by taking part in an Equine Healing session, or immerse yourself in meditative and meaningful yoga on the Spring Equinox. Indulge in a rejuvenating sound bath or a holistic Chakra Sleep Ritual to redefine personal wellness.

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Creek House bedroom with fireplace
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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.
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Drew Petersen skiing down a snow covered slope on a blue bird spring day with snow covered mountain peaks standing tall in the distance at Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah
Downhill skier
Drew Petersen skiing down a snow covered slope on a blue bird spring day with snow covered mountain peaks standing tall in the distance at Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah

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

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Veranda in the snow at The Lodge at Blue Sky
We were spoiled from the moment we arrived at the ski club at the base of Park City until we left the pool at the resort. Stunning rooms, delicious food, exquisite setting. The only dilemma was whether to stay on property because it was so beautiful and fun to explore, or ski, which is what we came to do. We can't wait to go back.
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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
Owner-Chef, SingleThread Farm Restaurant, and Inn
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heliskiing at The Lodge at Blue Sky, Utah

Do Intermediate Skiers Can Have Their Heli-Thrills, Too

After a quick ten-minute flight that skimmed over snow-dusted pine trees and steep crags, our helicopter touched down. We were just above a slope in the Sessions private ski zone in the Wasatch Mountain Range, with nothing but wide- open space and endless horizons stretching in every direction. The small group of skiers I had with me couldn’t wait to hit the pure, untouched powder. But they weren’t extreme skiers, or even expert ones. All four were just intermediate skiers—and they were heli-sking for the first time in their lives.

Tommy Clark
Adventure Director
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Heli-Skiing To The Best Runs Of My Life

Do Heli-Skiing To The Best Runs Of My Life

Imagine the best run you’ve ever taken on untouched snow. Now imagine repeating this over and over on snow no one has ever skied. Through a new partnership with Powderbird, the Lodge at Blue Sky has a dedicated helicopter for groups to ski deep in the Uinta and Wasatch Mountain Ranges. I joined a group recently and it was an incredible experience to fly over Salt Lake City, which has more than a million people, then head to what seemed like the middle of nowhere. I can’t remember the last time I felt so removed from it all.

Joe Ogdie
General Manager
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Utah landscape

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 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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outdoor spa treatment

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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