Here’s the latest from the impending opening of Sundance Resorts:

Beginning Friday, May 15, we are welcoming guests, by reservation only, for lodging, dining, spa, Art Studio and mountain activities with social distancing restrictions in place to provide activities to our local community and to those looking to get outdoors.

Our priority is to follow State of Utah COVID-19 guidelines regarding proper social distancing and sanitation to ensure guests have plenty of space to enjoy time with their families. Space for activities like mountain biking, scenic lift rides, ZipTours, and Art Studio classes is limited daily to ensure each guests can maintain proper social distance. Lodging availability is also limited as extensive cleaning measures and a 48 hour wait period is required between the occupancy of each room. 

Reservations for dining or activities are required to enter the resort, with the exception of season pass holders who are not required to have a reservation until resort capacity limits have been reached at which time they will also be asked to return. For this reason, we highly encourage season pass holders to still make a reservation for dining and any activities (besides scenic lift  rides and mountain biking) when they plan to visit the resort. 

Reservations are required for all restaurants. 
The Sundance Car Cafe will remain open into the month of June. 
The Sundance Foundry Grill will open May 15 and be open daily from 11:30 – 4:00 pm for lunch and 5 pm – 9 pm for dinner. 
Breakfast, as well as lunch and dinner options will be served through the Sundance Deli, open 8 am – 8 pm daily. 
The Tree Room will be open Thursday – Saturday, 5 pm – 9 pm. 
 The Sundance Food Truck will also be open for limited hours. 
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