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Alpine Adventures
 3020 North Federal Hwy. #10
 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
1 954 564 6722
 1 800 755 1330
1 954 564 6721
info@alpineadventures.net


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Sun Valley

We’re not saying Sun Valley has special powers, but a lot of magical things do happen here.

The slopes on Bald and Dollar mountains enjoy a nearly lift line–free existence all winter long, not to mention a nearly cloud-free one. Plus there’s a 26,000-square-foot family center with everything from lessons to rentals to lockers. Our restaurants have menus loaded with fresh gourmet options from inexpensive to luxury. In summer you can hike, bike, fly-fish or golf in the morning, bowl a few frames in the afternoon, and still catch the sunset from 8,000 feet at the Roundhouse before catching a jazz show. We don’t like to brag, but we do think there’s something out of the ordinary going on in these hills.

Around here, if the sun is out, there’s something you really need to be doing. And the sun is almost always out. So first things first: the mountains.

Baldy is our big-time mountain. Boasting perfect-pitch vertical from peak to base, Bald Mountain has no flats, no plateaus and nothing but downhill. And with the barely-there lift lines, there’s plenty of time to make as many turns as your legs will allow, usually under a sun that shines for 80 percent of the year. With runs ranging from expert to beginner, groomers to slalom challenges, Baldy is a mountain for people who like to go down, no matter how fast or what they strap to their feet.

Dollar Mountain is where skiing learned to ski. The home of the world’s very first chairlift, it now has 76 rails, along with beginner-friendly slopes, five lifts and 628 feet of vertical on a treeless, sun-kissed face. Every snow lover, no matter their skill level, will find something on this mountain that will put a grin on their face and some fresh tracks behind them in the snow.

Mountain Stats

    • Vertical: 3400 ft - (1036 m)
    • Top elevation: 9150 ft - (2789 m)
    • Base elevation: 5750 ft - (1753 m)
    • Skiable area: 2054 acres - (8.3 km²)
    • Runs: 75
    • 36% easiest
    • 42% more difficult
    • 22% most difficult
    • Lift system: 14
    • Snowfall: 220 in. - (560 cm)
    • Snowmaking: 645 acres - (2.6 km²)

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