Deer Valley

Deer Valley Resort

Alpine & Freestyle Area

The three competition courses at Deer Valley Resort were: "Know You Don't" for men's and women's slalom; "Champion" for men's and women's freestyle moguls; and "White Owl" for men's and women's freestyle aerials.


Alpine

Total events: 2

Men's       Slalom
Ladies'      Slalom


Freestyle

Total events: 4

Men's       Moguls, Aerials
Ladies'       Moguls, Aerials


Location

Deer Valley Resort: 2250 Deer Valley Drive

Snowfall

Average annual: 840.7 cm/331 in

Altitude

Base: 2270 m/7557.5 ft
Summit: 2484 m/8149.6 ft

Post Olympic Use

Public ski resort, training center and competition site.

Directions

Take Interstate 80 East from downtown Salt Lake City and head towards Park City. Exit at Kimball Junction. Route 224 (watch for signs for Park City and Deer Valley Ski Areas). Follow 224 and signs to Park City. Turn left onto Deer Valley Drive south. Follow signs to the resort.

Venue History

Construction of the aerial course and grading of the mogul course was completed in the fall of 1999. Deer Valley hosted World Cup freestyle skiing in January 2001. The resort has been selected as the site of the FIS-sanctioned 2003 World Ski Freestyle Championships.

For additional suggestions on enjoying these sites year-round, contact the Utah Athletic Foundation.

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