An ambitious plan aims to connect seven Utah ski areas in an 18,000-acre resort complex—the largest in North America.
Ski Utah, the trade group representing the state’s ski areas, revealed its goal Wednesday to unite the mountains.
Called One Wasatch, the concept would include Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort, Snowbird, Alta, Canyons, Brighton, and Solitude. You could access all 18,000 acres and 100 chairlifts with just one pass.
There are still some major hurdles to overcome before this monster European-style ski area becomes a reality. None of the seven resorts have made a move to initiate the plan, Ski Utah president Nathan Rafferty told the Denver Post. Then there’s the land-dispute lawsuit currently being waged by Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons, which is operated by Vail Resorts.