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Yurt

For an adventurous treat, hike or snowshoe a mile into the woods for a sumptuous, but unpretentious, five-course dinner in a bona fide canvas yurt. Bring your own wine and reserve way ahead. (Note: there’s another y…
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Steak Pit

If you like your steak hand-cut and served with smoked sea salt and twice-baked potatoes, this on-mountain restaurant calls your name. With cozy leather booths, decent seafood options and an extensive wine list.
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Collin's Grill

Mid-mountain, try Collin’s Grill for homemade artisanal soups and breads (make reservations), natural meats that are regionally sourced and crab cakes dribbling in lobster cream sauce.
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Wasatch Mountain Table

In summer, check out Wasatch Mountain Table, a farm-to-table option that brings fine dining outdoors alongside Wasatch Creek.
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Silver Fork Lodge Dining Room

Creative comfort food is served in the rustic dining room, which feels like a cozy log cabin with its crackling fireplace.
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Aerie

Cliff Lodge's 10th-floor Aerie is worth a splurge for the views alone. Gaze out 15ft windows to spectacular mountain vistas while sampling tuna tartare and elk meatloaf with creamy whipped potatoes. Reservations are…
Pub Food in Brighton

Molly Green's

For après-ski drinks and pub grub, you gotta go to the A-frame right on the hill. Molly Green’s has a roaring fire, a gregarious old-school vibe and great slopeside views. There’s also a funky red bus snack bar in t…
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Shallow Shaft Restaurant

Chef Curtis Kraus uses locally produced ingredients whenever possible on his seasonally changing menu. In winter, pine nuts and quince flavor seafood and meats such as double-cut pork chops; in summer it may be fres…
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Honeycomb Grill

Dishing up warming bowls of elk chili, poutine and wood-fired breads, this casual on-mountain restaurant will either fuel your afternoon powder quest or send you straight to a nap.
Natural Feature in Alta

Albion Basin

From July to August, Albion Basin is abloom with wildflowers. July, when an annual wildflower festival is held, is usually peak season.