Yes, The Village at Sugarplum is ski in/ski out to Snowbird. You don’t need to be an expert skier but, you do need to be an intermediate skier to be able to take advantage of this access. So, how do you ski to Snowbird? The Village is located almost at the very end of Blackjack Road. The trail to Snowbird starts at the end of this road and is called the Condo Bypass on the Snowbird trail map. The Condo Bypass is a short run that joins up with the bottom of Whodunnit. From there it is a short distance to Peruvian Express, The Snowbird Center and Tram or you can make your way over to the Wilbere Lift or the Gad Valley (Gadzoom and Midgad Lifts). So…basically, you walk out the door to The Village at Sugarplum, take a right and put on your skis. To ski back to The Village you can take either the Peruvian Express or Tram and then follow the signs for the “Fun Run” or Chips – this is marked with blue trail markers. Follow this down to Whodunnit – this will initially be a cat track. You want to stay on the cat track when Whodunnit turns downhill and you will be back at your starting point.

And how do you get to Alta? The Alta Resort Shuttle has a pick up spot right outside the door to The Village at Sugarplum. This shuttle makes a continuous loop of the Bypass Road during daytime hours. The shuttle runs continuously during the day. It will typically take just a few minutes to get up to the Collins or Sunnyside base areas at Alta. After skiing, you can utilize this same shuttle to bring you back to the property or you can ski home from Alta via an off-piste advanced run. Check out our Aerial Overview Video for a visual reference on location.

Check out this aerial overview to help put some visual landmarks together:

Special Notes: As with any of the runs at Alta and Snowbird, access is based on the current conditions. When looking at a trail map, Whodunnit is in the lower left corner.