Sundance Resort, also known as Sundance Mountain Resort, is a ski resort located 13 miles (21 km) northeast of Provo, Utah. It includes more than 5,000 acres (2,000 ha) on the slopes of Mount Timpanogos in Utah 's Wasatch Range. Alpine skiing began on the site in 1944.
A careful balance of art, nature, and community In 1969, Robert Redford bought the land now known as Sundance and envisioned the careful growth of a community committed to the balance of art, nature and community. Today, Sundance offers an atmosphere steeped in cultural heritage. #2 US Ski Resort in 2021 by Conde Nast Traveler Book Your Stay
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Sundance → Sundance Resort – The resort is clearly branded as "Sundance Resort" (check the website). This page apparently used to also contain the Film Festival info before that was split out. The Festival is a far more likely target for readers, though I would not oppose Sundance (disambiguation) being moved here.
From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository English: Media related to Sundance Resort, a ski and summer resort located on the east face of Mount Timpanogos in Sundance, Utah County, Utah, United States. The only access to the resort is via Utah State Route 92, most often by way of U.S. Route 189 in Provo Canyon.
Sundance Mountain Resort is scheduled to open for the winter season on Friday, December 9th. We excitedly announce new terrain and a fixed-grip quad lift for the 22-23 season. The new mid-mountain lift will access 10 new runs and 36 acres of novice, intermediate, and advanced terrain south of Jake’s Lift.
Sundance Resort, Ranked 2nd in the Top 50 Mainland U.S. Resorts by Conde Nast Traveler's 2007 Readers Choice Awards. Few places in the world have the majesty, beauty and convenience of Sundance. We offer beginner to expert skiing with terrain suitable for any skill level with 41 runs spread over 500 acres of snow-smothered terrain.