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Wasatch Mountains

750 Homestead Dr, Sundance, UT 84049-6409
+1 435-654-1791
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A beautiful mountain range.
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750 Homestead Dr, Sundance, UT 84049-6409
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+1 435-654-1791
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Hadn't been over the mountain for ages, it is really beautiful and green this time of year! We loved the drive:)

Thank Tony d
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a vacation to Utah. We enjoyed seeing the Wasatch Mountains as we were staying in Park City. We also visited Sundance. There is hiking, biking, exploring, picnics, events in the summer. And in the winter, its all about winter activities like skiing.

Thank mini
Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

The Wasatch mountain range is a vast area of both hiking trails, open areas & beautiful scenery. Whether it's Stewart Falls with its icy cold waterfall or for that matter, anywhere through the Provo Canyon, there is something for everyone! It's definitely more than a...More

Thank Dardy99
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

After playing Wasatch Mountain State Park in Midway, we traveled back to the Salt Lake valley by way of Pine Canyon Drive to Guardsmen Pass and then down into Big Cotton Wood Canyon near Brighton ski area. Pine Canyon Drive starts just north of the...More

Thank Bigredmachine
Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

I can't believe we moved from here. The views and the access to outdoor recreation is without parallel. Even if you pick a canyon and drive up it just to sit in your car and take a nap. Simply amazing!

Thank NoIberostarFan
Reviewed 27 July 2016

You have to do this and take the Guardsman bypass if you are anywhere near Park City. It will literally exilhrate and scare you at the same time! Make sure you have plenty of time because the roads are narrow and there's no guardrails ....More

Thank Shelia V
Reviewed 27 July 2016

I have been here 4 times in the last two years and how I was introduced to this area was because of a wedding I attended. The Wasatch Mountains was once a place to part of the Winter Olympics, but aside from that they frame...More

1  Thank reagpCalifornia
Reviewed 16 June 2016

Beautiful scenery! Definitely a must if you are in the Salt Lake area! Lots to see and tons of hiking trails!

1  Thank beckyd02
Reviewed 30 May 2016 via mobile

Beautiful trip with snow caped peaks - can only imagine what it would be like in winter time. Visited Sundance Resort- very busy with bicycle contests. Wait for chairlift was too long but I'm sure it would have been worth the wait for the views...More

1  Thank Red4life270
Reviewed 24 March 2016 via mobile

So pretty! Had some snow and cold weather that wasn't expected...but enjoyed every minute! Even saw a mama elk and her herd of about 12 babies crossing the road!

Thank r2bigdawgz50193
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