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Montage Merits

As a scout, nothing was more rewarding than learning a new craft and being recognized with a badge to wear, proudly demonstrating achievement.  Guests at Montage Deer Valley can collect 12 different Montage Merit Badges for a wide range of proficiencies, from catching a fish on fly to scoring a bulls-eye in archery.  Upon achievement of all 12 activities, the guest will be awarded with the over-sized, silver ‘Monty’ pin, which signifies that the guest has ‘conquered’ the mountain.

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

12 Wonders of Park City

To make this summer at Montage Deer Valley your most memorable yet, we’ve assembled the essential list of our 12 Wonders of Park City. Consider it your road map to finding the very best ways to experience all that Park City has to offer throughout the 12 weeks of summer. From mountain trails to blue-ribbon streams and everywhere in between (including a full lineup of live music and culinary delights), join us and discover the green season’s many splendid sides — all with the expert assistance of our mountain associates.

To learn more about the 12 Wonders of Park City, please click here.

Montage Expeditions

Montage to Moab is a year-round experience where up to seven guests have the opportunity to enjoy a private, personalized day-trip to the iconic red rock vistas of Arches National Park and Moab/Canyonlands for a hiking or biking experience like no other. Experience the adventure of Southern Utah’s stunning landscape in true Montage style with a luxurious private charter plane, gourmet picnic lunch and personal Montage tour guide.  To reserve your adventure, please contact the resort concierge at or via email at [email protected].  For more details about Montage to Moab, please click here.

Camp Compass

”Camp Compass” features 30 recreational activities on property, from archery lessons and disc golf on the Grand Lawn to croquet and bocce ball on the Mountain Lawn and water games on the Alpine Pool Deck.  At Montage Deer Valley, the warmer months beckon all to linger outdoors.  Stargaze with one of our Celestron Sky Scouts and share campfire stories and s’mores – by the fire pit under the starry, forest-ringed sky – the perfect way to end each summer night.

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

Bowling

How many resorts have their own four-lane regulation bowling alley?  Montage Deer Valley offers this great recreational outlet for guests visiting in every season.  The bowling lanes are located inside Daly’s Pub & Rec on the 3rd floor of the resort and bowling shoes are available at the counter.  The fresh menu at Daly’s Pub, including pretzel fondue, wood-fired pizza and locally brewed beers and root beer add to the festive ambiance.

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

Powder Park

Powder Park is Montage Deer Valley’s very own snow tubing park, located on the first floor of the resort.  A magic carpet feature was added to the tubing hill in 2015, making Montage one of the only hotels in the United States to feature this easy, fun snow feature on property for the pleasure and enjoyment of guests of all ages. Powder Park is open from 2 PM until dusk during the Winter months (weather permitting).

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

Biking

Our official bike partner is Scott.  This means that guests have access to some of the finest bike equipment in the world and our associates can provide both training and touring assistance.  Deer Valley’s trails can be accessed by the Flagstaff ski lift located directly from the doors of Compass Sports at Montage Deer Valley.  Spectators will thrill at the Tour of Utah race each August, which completes its final stage in Park City as the peloton whisks directly in front of Montage.

Summer Trail Map

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

Fly Fishing

Utah is world-famous for the blue ribbon fly fishing offered up along the Provo, Green and Weber rivers. While the waters can be fished 365 days a year in Utah, it is most popular in the springtime, throughout the long summer months and during the spectacular fall foliage season. Montage Deer Valley is located in the heart of it all, and the lodge is a perfect place to base a fishing excursion. The Compass Sports activities center not only offers complimentary casting lessons on select weekends, but also, can arrange for an all-inclusive guided experience.

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

Alpine slides and coasters

Thrill-seekers can head to Park City Mountain for three heart-pounding rides. The Alpine Slide is one of the longest slides in the world with more than 3,000 feet of track. The ZipRider is a zipline that soars 100 feet in the air over treetops at speeds up to 45 miles per hour. Or there’s the Alpine Coaster, a mountain track that flies more than a mile over curves, bends and hills. Adventure activities at Utah Olympic Park operate all summer long including two ziplines, featuring the Extreme Zip (one of the steepest ziplines in the world), the uniquely designed Alpine Slide, three adventure ropes courses and a special challenge called the Drop Tower. There are also nature trails throughout the venue.

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

Alpine Coaster and Zip Line

Climb into the toboggan-style cars of the Alpine Coaster at Park City Mountain and get ready for the ride of your life. You’ll enjoy the beautiful Wasatch mountain scenery as the automated lift system whisks you to the top of the track. Then, hold on tight as you go whizzing down the mountain on nearly 4,000 feet of curves, bends and loops. It’s a ride you won’t soon forget.  The Flying Eagle Zip Line also is open all winter (weather permitting).

Ice Skating

The Park City Ice Arena and the Resort Center Ice Skating Rink (located at the base of Park City Mountain Resort), give guests the opportunity to skate every day of the winter season.   The Park City Ice Arena is an indoor, year-round facility. The Olympic-size ice sheet offers a variety of activities including open skate sessions, private lessons, group rates, corporate outings and children’s camps. The facility is also host to learn to skate and learn to play hockey classes, children’s summer camps, figure skating, adult hockey leagues, women’s hockey, speed skating, curling and sled hockey.

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

Snowmobiling

Spend a day exploring the alpine foothills of the Wasatch Mountains with a snowmobile tour from the Deer Valley-operated Summit Meadows Adventures. Located a short five-mile, 10-minute drive from Park City’s Historic Main Street on Browns Canyon Road (off Highway 248), Summit Meadows Adventures offers guided snowmobile tours on 7,000 acres of private land for all ages and abilities.

Helmets are mandatory and are supplied for all guests. Summit Meadows Adventures offers snowsuit, boot and glove rentals for additional fees. Your own goggles or protective eyewear is highly recommended.

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

Utah Olympic Park

Built ahead of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Utah Olympic Park hosted bobsleigh, skeleton, Luge, Nordic Ski Jumping, and Nordic Combined events. Today, the venue is an active Official U.S. Olympic Training Site providing a training center for Olympic and development level athletes. From learning about the Park’s unique Olympic heritage on a guided tour to taking a ride of a lifetime on the Comet Bobsled Ride, the Olympic Park offers activities for all ages and abilities.

Summer and winter, the signature Comet Bobsled ride is the Olympic Park’s defining activity. With a seasoned bobsled pilot, experience the official 2002 Olympic Sliding Track including speeds over 60 mph and notable g-forces. We challenge you to count all the curves as you take this amazing ride. The summer bobsled is a built on wheels and runs on the concrete track. In the winter, the modified bobsled slides seamlessly down the ice resulting in an unmatched ride.

Adventure activities operate all summer long including two ziplines, featuring the Extreme Zip (one of the steepest ziplines in the world), the uniquely designed Alpine Slide, three adventure ropes courses and a special challenge called the Drop Tower.

Another highlight at the Olympic Park is the opportunity to watch elite athlete training. You might catch a future Olympian!

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

Dog Sledding

A unique adventure for the whole family with children 3 years and older, guests glide through the snow-covered meadows of the Wasatch and Uinta Mountain Ranges in a dogsled pulled by a team of Huskies. Learn the ropes and enjoy the passing mountain scenery on a customized family or group friendly outing.  Children enjoy meeting all the friendly dogs including the future sled pups.  Not only do these dogs love what they do, some got a second chance at life having come from rescue shelters.

For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.

Horseback Riding

A variety of horseback ride options are available ranging from one hour to a full-day. Meal options are available to complement half and full-day rides; or try a chuckwagon hayride or western style bar-b-que dinner. In addition, Deer Valley’s our special group ride includes a two-hour horseback ride through the mountains of the Resort. This ride provides the most spectacular views of the area with mountain trail options available for more experienced riders. For more information, contact Guest Relations at [email protected] or call (435) 604-1700.