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Opportunities and Inventory

Despite historic lows in inventory levels, sold volume has accelerated in every region of the Wasatch Back. The strength of this market will continue to present opportunities for buyers and sellers alike.

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Discover Snow Park Village at Deer Valley

Deer Valley has become America’s premier mountain resort by innovating, setting new standards, and engaging in an endless quest for the highest-quality guest experience. Over the next few years, the acres of surface parking lots fronting Snow Park Lodge will be transformed into world-class base facilities, completing the resort’s master plan as envisioned four decades ago. Centered on a pedestrian-friendly plaza, Snow Park Village will offer services and amenities for all of Deer Valley’s guests, from destination visitors to local skiers and the entire Park City community. Modern restaurants, bars, shops, and services will line the plaza, which will sit atop underground parking structures equipped with technology to help smooth arrivals and departures. The Silver Lake Express chairlift will be replaced with a gondola that reaches further into the plaza for quicker access to the mountain and the Silver Lake base area. Guests will be able to extend their après-ski experience at a ski beach four times larger than today’s offering. A new mobility hub linked to the plaza will improve transit access. A potential event center for conferences and community functions may be included, as well as a major community amenity like an ice skating rink. Importantly, Deer Valley has taken care to ensure the layout of the village and the placement of its buildings complement the surrounding neighborhoods and respect view corridors. Trails throughout the village will connect with existing community trails. These, and the many other opportunities created by the new base area are exciting for both the resort and the broader community. Please take a few moments to explore the plans for Snow Park Village. As Deer Valley moves through Park City’s review process over the coming months, public interest, input, and support are critical. Please view the digital brochure for more information on the Snow Park Development.

Click here to preview the new Snow Park Village, a welcoming new front door for a legendary resort.


U.S. Ski & Snowboard has contenders that range in age from 17 to 32, with everyone from Olympic newcomers to two-time defending champions. A group of 32 athletes — 16 men, 16 women — has been selected to participate in five competitions, including big air skiing, which will make its Olympic debut. In addition, a new mixed team aerials event has been added for these Games.

U.S. Ski & Snowboard announced Friday a contingent of 26 snowboarders who will represent the U.S. next month at the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022. Adding to that medal count is a good bet with both defending champs in halfpipe and slopestyle on the roster, not to mention stars like five-time snowboardcross world champ Lindsey Jacobellis and reigning men’s world champ Mick Dierdorff on the roster.

The slopestyle and big air teams come into the 2022 Games following a dominating qualifying season. Two-time Olympic medalist Nick Goepper and returning Olympians Alex Hall and Maggie Voisin head to Beijing with Olympic tryout event podiums. Caroline Claire enters her second Games as the top-ranked U.S. woman in FIS points, alongside Darian Stevens. First-time Olympians include Colby Stevenson, Mac Forehand, and Marin Hamill.


The figure skating team event will be contested first in Beijing. After winning bronze medals in Sochi and PyeongChang, Team USA is expected to battle Russia and Japan for podium spots in Beijing. Nathan Chen enters Beijing favored for gold, but he is by no means a shoo-in: the American will have to fend off a talented Japanese squad, including two-time Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu. Two ice dance teams, Madison Chock and Evan Bates, and Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue, have realistic shots at the podium.


The alpine team headed to China to represent Team USA includes 17 athletes—11 women and 6 men—and is headlined by two-time Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin. The Beijing Games will mark Shiffrin’s third Olympic bid, where she’s expected to enter in all five major individual disciplines, including slalom, giant slalom, super-G, downhill, and alpine combined.

Bryce Bennett, Ryan Cochran-Siegle, Tommy Ford, Travis Ganong, Tricia Mangan, and Jacqueline Wiles will also be joining Shiffrin as Olympic veterans. Each has at least one Olympic bid under their belt, though Ganong and Wiles will make their first appearance at a Winter Games since 2010 after missing the selection criteria for the 2018 Games.

First-time Olympians named to the 2022 Olympic Alpine Team include Paula Moltzan, Katie Hensien, AJ Hurt, Maureen Lebel, Nina O’Brien, River Radamus, and Luke Winters. All of these athletes, like the veterans named above, were nominated to this year’s Olympic team after securing one or more top-three, top-five, or top-10 finishes in World Cup races during the 2021-’22 World Cup season.