- by nunyadamn on 08/26/2011
We stayed here during July and LOVED it. The room was excellent and the service was great. We have actually decided to take another trip next month (September) and stay here.
- by dmurphy99 on 03/03/2006
Having stayed at The Canyons Grand Summit, I can tell you it is a treat. From the well appointed kitchens to the mountain luxury decor, the Grand Summit really feels like a vacation. The Cabin restuarant has amazing food -- I recommend the filet and the chocolate fondu. Walk just 20 paces to reach the fully-enclosed gondola that takes you up to the 3,500 skiable acres (the largest resort in Utah & 5th largest resort in the country). The Canyons is still relatively undiscovered and we found that we were often the only people on a trail! Summer visit was great too -- The Canyons has some terriffic mountian biking. For those who consider themselves moderately to very fit, I recommend the 8,000 foot trail. Put your bike on the gondola and ride up to the start of the trail (have a gourment lunch at Red Pine first).
- by jpcrockett on 11/13/2002
NO WAY is this resort better than ANY of the Cottonwood canyon resorts. people who post that this is the best don't know much about skiing. i have skiied all my life. and as i have said before, if you care at all about snow or killer terrain, you'll go to the cottonwood canyons. sure, every resort has some tough stuff, but nothing at ANY PC resort is anything that'll make you wet your pants. now, if you go off piste, you'll find something. but inside the boundaries, it sucks here. no way on earth is the canyons better than the bird or solitude. no way. too pricey too.
- by chirowedoc on 11/12/2002
We went to The Canyons for the 1st time a year ago and we are about to go again for the 4th time! We have never had such an easy ski experience as you will have staying at the Grand Summit Lodge! 5 star accom. within 30 feet of the ski school and gondola! Ski instuctors were great, they had my 8 year old skiing moguls by her 5th day of lessons! No lines, tons of terrain, great grooming, friendly service, great accomodations! What more could you ask for!
- by tad_thueson on 11/07/2002
this mountain has everything for everyone. being the third largest resort in the nation, the canyons are able to ""provide."" The back country areas are pristene most the season and challenge even the best skiiers. I love it!!!