Uphill travel at Solitude starts April 4

SOLITUDE, Utah — Solitude Mountain Resort’s lift hours are set to shift in April.

Friday through Sunday, selected chairlifts will run from 9 am to 5 pm. Monday through Thursday, chairlifts will run from 9 am to 3 pm.

Starting April 4, Solitude will allow limited uphill travel Monday through Thursday after 3:30 pm. The designated uphill route is along Easy Street, across from the Apex base area, and up North Star.

Downhill routes include all open runs accessible from the top of Sunrise chairlift. Summit Access East will not be open.

Free uphill travel passes are required, which can be obtained at the Moonbeam guest services desk of the village ticket office during business hours.

“This portion of the hill was identified as good intermediate terrain with little avalanche danger,” Solitude said. “However, mountain operations are ongoing, and skiers may encounter snowmobiles and snowcats on the slopes. Be aware of your surroundings. Guests should call 911 in case of emergency during these hours as ski patrol will not be available. ”

Full rules are on Solitude’s website.

“We are excited to add this activity for our locals,” the resort said. “We will be gauging the safety and impact of this offering as we evaluate how we’ll be able to carry it into the future. Please be mindful stewards of uphill travel privileges at Solitude so we can continue to make it available to our community.”

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