In summer, Solitude trades her blankets of white for a fresh covering of lush greens, vibrant yellows and rich reds.
Whether you're headed to the top of the mountain for a thrilling mountain bike ride, a scenic hike through towering aspens and lofty pines, or a picnic in a breathtaking mountain meadow, the chairlift is available to take you to new heights!
Areas that in winter are reserved for skiers and snowboarders now challenge disc golfers on a beautiful eighteen-hole course that winds through meadows and groves of trees.
Cycling enthusiasts will revel living at the top of one of the most famous climbs in the country. Big Cottonwood Canyon gains over 4,500 feet over 15 miles, with an average grade of nearly 8%. It's serious suffering, but with an equally serious payoff—beautiful views and one of the most hair-raising descents you'll find anywhere. And you're just miles away from Little Cottonwood Canyon, which is featured each year as the finishing climb in the queen stage of the Tour of Utah.
The surrounding mountains also offer plenty of activity for fishermen of all kinds—from the most serious angler down to youngsters looking to hook a fish in the trout pound at Solitude Village.
Fly fishing, mountain and road biking, climbing, hiking, wildlife sighting, bird watching, and endless pastimes will keep you, your family and your friends living happily in your own private world. There's no down time unless you want it. At Solitude, you'll set the pace.