In 1969, Robert Redford envisioned a year-round mountain community that would foster the alliance of arts and recreation while preserving the integrity of the land. Out of the old Timphaven ski resort on the North Fork of the Provo River emerged Sundance.
At the heart of Sundance is Sundance Village where cottage rooms, picturesque mountain homes, award-winning restaurants, an artisan center, and spacious conference facilities are all tucked amidst pristine forests nestled at the base of 12,000-foot Mount Timpanogos. The unmatched natural scenery and countless activities in every season lend Sundance a truly unique atmosphere. Guests can enjoy nearly every form of recreation from alpine skiing, cross-country ski touring, and snowboarding in the winter, to hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and fly fishing during the summer.
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