Reviewing Deer Valley is incredibly easy and yet challenging. Easy because it is hands down, my favorite place in the world to ski. Hard, because there’s so much to cover it’s a little daunting. This was my second visit to Deer Valley (I took the family in 2014) so I thought I knew what to expect, but once again they exceeded expectations. The people. From when you unload your skis from your car or shuttle to loading lifts to figuring out which run to take, there’s a helpful staff member on hand.
I’m hooked on Sundance, Utah. It’s a balm for what ails modern moms. If you’re like me, you keep quite a schedule managing career and kids. At Sundance you can slow down and renew your love of the outdoors and simply catch your breath. While the resort is incredibly popular as a summer destination, my first visit was this past winter. I’m hooked on the magic of this place. Sundance started as actor/director/icon Robert Redford’s dream. He imagined it as a place for creativity and quiet.
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