We stayed at Powderhorn condos before New Years We had a one bedroom, with two pull out couches. Couches were typical sleeper sofas, and overall the room was moderate size - nothing fancy, kind of on par with a holiday inn. Parking is underground, and provides decent access. It is practically ski in ski out - about a 3 min walk to the lift. Beware there are no ski shop facilities on the mountain if you want to buy skis, boots, bindings etc and you can get cheaper lift tickets in town (i.e. SKI and SEE). They do have some clothing etc in the village stores, but it is limited. Everything is rental. Also, your choices of dining are also limited, and rather expensive and there really isn't a grocery store - but if you head down the mtn you can find the super target. It's about a 30 min drive down from the canyon into town, but it's a mtn drive that might be tough if it is snowing. Would I stay here again? Perhaps, but it's not much of a "ski village" - if you don't like sleeping at altitude, want to save a ton of money, it might be better to just stay in Sandy, UT and drive up during the day.
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