Chalet Day Johns
In the winter, the Chalet is nestled in a powder haven in Little Cottonwood Canyon, just a 45 minute drive from the Salt Lake City Airport. Its mountainside location affords ski-in/ski-out convenience to both Alta and Snowbird ski resorts. This gives you the opportunity to choose the solitude of the back country or to ride an infinite number of groomers, chutes and powder runs in this area's famous bowls of deep light snow. Visit
Alta Ski Resort
Spring Summer Fall
When the snow melts and starts filling streams and lakes, the hills around the Chalet turn emerald green, outdoor restaurant patios come to life and concerts begin. Chalet Day Johns now becomes a mecca for warm-weather sports enthusiasts. Little Cottonwood Canyon is famous for the wildflower and aspen-filled biking and hiking trails. Nearby Snowbird's world class spa offers daily yoga and exercise classes and an impressive variety of spa services. Visit for more actractions.
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Golf Courses
Golfers enjoy the many beautiful public golf courses of Salt Lake City where their balls fly farther in the light mountain air. These courses, many of which look, feel, and play like top country club courses, are some of the best kept secrets in the golfing world.

Wingpointe Golf Course
Stonebridge Golf Club at Lake Park
Riverbend Golf Course
Bountiful Ridge Course
South Mountain Golf Course

Address: 9921 E. Peruvian Acres Road, Alta UT 84092
              PO Box 8084, Alta Utah 84092
Phone: 866 754-2426
Resort Info
Ski magazine has awarded Snowbird both gold and silver medals for its outstanding snow quality, terrain, challenge, weather, grooming, service, lifts, and value. Along with Alta, Snowbird earned a 4th place ranking of North American ski resorts. Snowbird has an average of 500 inches of snow and 2,500 acres of unequaled terrain. Snowbird is also world-renowned for its ski and snowboard instructors, and children under 12 ski free. In 2001, Snowbird hired professional athletes and photographers to build a terrain park to challenge snowboarders with new rail slides, hits, lips, rims, and kickers.