Is there such a thing as skiing in the A.M. and playing golf in the P.M.? There is if you live in Salt Lake City.
Only here can you pole plant for a few hours in the Wasatch Mountains followed by, if your legs permit, nine rounds (or 18) of golf. With characteristically light dry powder, ski runs in Utah are a powderhounds’ dream come true.
Then, after 45 minutes driving through Big Cottonwood Canyon, you can swap your boards for balls on a green fairway. It’s uncanny how natural this feels. I suggest doing so at Solitude Ski Resort and wrapping up at one of the newest golf courses in SLC: Old Mill.