The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is located just 30 minutes east of Salt Lake City. It is home to some of the best ski terrain in the world, endless hiking, and rugged terrain.
In the heart of the forest lies the town of Park City, UT. Originally colonized as a mining town, the advert of the ski industy caused a bustling ripple of tourism to the region through the early 1900s. Over the last decade, the vacation rental market has gone through a period of rapid expansion to include luxury cabins, apartments, and slopeside condos.
The state owned land is home to world class ski resorts such as Park City, Deer Valley, Alta, Snowbird, and Brighton.