Solitude Mountain Resort Blog


Solitude Mountain Resort Announces Director of Lodging Operations

Posted By: Emily Summers, April 27, 2016

Solitude has appointed Philip Diana as Solitude Mountain Resort’s new director of lodging operations effective on Tuesday, April 26, 2016. Philip is in his sixteenth year of employment at Solitude, and has worked in a variety of positions in the lodging division, including housekeeping, front desk operations, guest services and most recently Philip was the general manager of The Inn at Solitude.

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Solitude and I Team up to Teach my Fiancé to Ski

Posted By: Jess & Brian Maness, April 20, 2016

When I met Brian in 2011 at a wedding, he told me how he was an avid snowboarder from Montana. However, he noted that he had initially learned to ski as a little boy, and made the transition to snowboarding in the early 90’s, as it was “the totally sweet” thing to do at the time. Pictures in Brian’s parents’ home tell me that he also adopted popular 90’s snowboarding hairstyles such as the awesome long bull cut, over-sized Burton shirts and pants so baggy that no belt could hold them up.

When we lived in Seattle, I would ski while he would board. Pretty simple. No problem. We tackled any and all terrain in any conditions. In bumps and trees he would beat me down the mountain. On shoots and straight-aways I would beat him. It worked out fine.

When we moved to Utah in 2013, Brian made a proclamation, “It’s time for me become a skier again.” I was surprised and assured him that there were plenty of amazing boarders in Utah, and that he shouldn’t feel pressured by the billboards and skier on the Utah license plate. In the fall I came home from work to find that he had bought a full set of boots and skis. Not only did he buy skis, but he bought the heaviest and tallest pair of backcountry skis I have ever seen. These were so far out of his league I thought for sure he would be back on the board in no time. Nonetheless, I realized that now it was up to me to teach my then boyfriend how to ski.

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Ski Season is not over quite yet

Posted By: Jillian Vogtli, April 13, 2016

With the daffodils in bloom and the hyacinth peeking through, it is hard to think that the ski season is not quite over. On top of that, it's still really good. I know, I know, most of us have the spring itch, myself included, but I put that aside and slid back into my ski boots and made the drive to Solitude (not in that order) to make some turns in the spring sunshine.

Upon arriving I made a quick stop in the Moonbeam Lodge where several Solitude instructors greeted me and said, "Welcome to your private playground." They weren't kidding as you'll see. 


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7 Clients at the Solitude Yurt

Posted By: Nick Como, April 7, 2016

I started a new job this year at CHG Healthcare Services, with part of my responsibilities being the daunting task of entertaining seven clients from all points across the map for a two-day event. The goal is to teach our top clients a little about our industry, as well as providing a networking opportunity, while also showcasing our award-winning company culture which has consistently landed CHG on FORTUNE Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For list. Of course, we also like show off Salt Lake City, and all it has to offer as a way to leave a lasting impression on these critical relationships.

There is a lot of information to cover, and if anyone has been locked in a room for more than a few hours for meetings can relate to the need to get up, stretch your legs and take a physical and mental break. Over time we’ve learned that a great way to keep clients engaged is to mix it up and hold offsite meetings.

When my team was faced with the challenge of finding a location that would offer a fun and unique experience for our guests, most of whom had never been to SLC. We decided to host our clients at Solitude. So, our group which consisted of clients from California, Florida, Wisconsin and Washington, spent a day connecting at Solitude.

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Dinner at Solitude's Honeycomb Grill

Posted By: Jillian Vogtli, April 5, 2016

There's little better than a great meal after a full day on the slopes. At Solitude there are several excellent options to choose from once that dinner hour rolls around. For my night out, I went to the well revered Honeycomb Grill in the Solitude Village. Located near the base of Apex Express chairlift just over the Village Walking Bridge, Honeycomb Grill has a direct view of the slopes.

Upon entering you either sit in the bar dining area or head straight back to the main dining room. The atmosphere is both welcoming with a friendly staff, and comfortable with soft lighting. After a bit of deliberation over choices such as the Beehive Cheddar Fondue and the Charcuterie Plate of locally sourced meats and cheeses, we decided to start with a delicious appetizer of Watermelon with feta cheese, balsamic reduction and mint.

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