Live music and great food in a beautiful mountain setting at Snowbird Ski Resort’s Atrium Restaurant. Weekly menu includes a variety of brunch favorites, a carving station, omelet station and a magnificent array of house made desserts.
Join us for continental breakfast items and a full lunch buffet every day throughout the regular winter ski season or a complete breakfast buffet and an elaborate Sunday Brunch throughout the summer.
Patio dining in a beautiful mountain setting is the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon during the summer. The menu consists of the very finest in buffet dining with a variety of salads, soups, specialty platters, hot entrees and accompaniments, as well as a delectable assortment of desserts hand made in the Snowbird Bakery.
Reservations are recommended for Summer Sunday Brunches but not required for the Skier’s Buffet in the Winter.
Snowbird Ski Resort Atrium Restaurant
Snowbird Resort Highway 210
Little Cottonwood Canyon
Snowbird, UT 84092 (801) 933-2147
Bell Canyon Trail to Lower Falls is a 5.4 mile out and back hike featuring a lake and city views. Located between Big Cottonwood and Little Cottonwood Canyons in Sandy, Utah offering fishing, hiking, and winter snowshoeing.
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The American West Heritage Center sits at the foot of the majestic Wellsville Mountains on U. S. Highway 89/91 in Utah’s magnificent Cache Valley, the most scenic route to Jackson Hole, WY and Yellowstone National Park, and just 70 miles north of Salt Lake City. A non-profit living history museum located in beautiful Wellsville, UT. The AWHC covers 1820-1920 using four Historic Sites: A Shoshone Encampment, Mountain Man Encampment, Pioneer Settlement, and 1917 Jensen Historic Farm. Beginning in mid-June 2009 AWHC will also interpret the impact the Railroad had in Cache Valley using a train visitors can ride. We also have Festivals, such as Baby Animal Days, and Special Events, such as our Corn Maze.
Includes the Jensen Historical Farm, an authentic 1917 farm where visitors can learn about farming in the early 20th century; and the Pioneer Era Area (1845-70), which describes homesteading and life in a dugout or log cabin. There are also depictions of life in American Indian villages and the military. Allow 2 hours. The seasonal festivals (special fees apply), held several times a year, feature arts and crafts demonstrations and Western re-enactments, competitions, music, and food.
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