The Alta summer was jam-packed with local activities, festivities and live music. This was the first summer in Alta Ski Area’s 80-year history to launch a summer program that included lift-served hiking, a mountain music concert series and more. If you missed out, make sure you don’t make the same mistake twice. Be sure to keep the town of Alta on your summer bucket list for next year. Book here.
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Keeping Alta Green
Alta Environmental Center and its partner organizations Cottonwood Canyons Foundation, Friends of Alta, and others, were busy throughout the summer. Together these organizations planted thousands of Alta native plants, built and maintained trails, and conducted hundreds of hours of volunteer stewardship.
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We had a great day at the Town of Alta Restoration Day this weekend. Thanks to everyone who participated and 🙌🏻 @friendsofalta @cottonwoodcanyonsfoundation for your partnership. We planted several native plants to @altaskiarea and did trailwork. Check out Link in Bio for more summer sustainability events. . . Photo: @rockomenzyk #aec #greenalta #altasummer #sustainability 🌲
Photo Credit: Rocko Menzyk
The newly remolded Snowpine Lodge topped off their new roof.
Photo Credit: Snowpine Lodge
Fun in the Sun
ACE provided a ton of local activities, crafts and social gatherings.
Photo credit: Alta Community Enrichment
Spinning through Summer
For the first time in Alta’s history, the Sunnyside Lift was active for the summer.
Photo credit: Rocko Menzyk
Bring on the Snow
Yes, summer was sweet here in Alta. But let’s be honest we are all WINTER PEOPLE. And are eagerly awaiting the ski season. Make the wait easier by booking your winter trip to Alta today.