Settled in the shadow of Mount Timpanogos, the Wasatch Range’s second highest peak, the sights around Sundance in winter are of snow, rock-strewn canyons, silver trees, and exhilarating slopes. Broad groomed runs, powder bowls, meandering trails, and challenging steeps are within skiers’ sights. Lodgings — suites, lofts, homes — are tucked into the trees.
On clear nights, the moon gleams above the peaks. Beyond the mountain, let’s not forget about the abundance of art. Jewelry. Photography. Pottery. Paintings. Blown glass. At Sundance, art is everywhere you look.