Hotel Room Blocks – Elk Camp & MTN Festival
Just 35 miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport, Canyons Village is a family style, guest-centric village. Offering world-class accommodations, Canyons will be a beautiful backdrop to the 2019 RMEF Elk Camp & Mountain Festival.
RMEF is happy to offer room blocks at two properties within Canyons Village at a reduced rate to our Elk Camp attendees:
Grand Summit Hotel – Room rates range from $139-$194 (plus 13.17% tax and $20 resort fee)
Sundial Lodge – Room rates range from $129-$169 (plus 13.17% room tax and $15 resort fee)
*The Sundial Lodge rates do not include daily housekeeping service. You can add this service on to your reservation for an additional fee ($17-$35/day, price is dependent on room type)
Call the Canyons Reservation Department:
1-888-416-6195 or 435-602-4099
Book Online Here
If calling, use the information below to receive the RMEF’s special rates:
Group Name: RMEF 2019 Elk Camp
Group ID: CF1RMEF
Group Dates: 7/8/2019 TO 7/15/2019
Directions to Canyons Village:
4000 Canyons Resort Dr, Park City, UT 84098
Follow UT-224 from I-80 towards Park City. After 3 miles, turn right onto Canyons Resort Drive and follow it to signs directing entry to the base parking facilities.
Canyons Express is an independent shuttle provider offering one way or round trip transportation between Canyons Village and the Salt Lake City International Airport during 2019 Elk Camp and MTN Festival. You can check out their services and pricing and make reservations here:
*Canyons Express/Alta Shuttle is an independent shuttle provider and not affiliated with the RMEF. Reservations with Canyons Express are not included as a part of your hotel reservation or Elk Camp registration.
Avoid High Altitude Sickness
The base of the resort is 6,800 feet above sea level. Some people may experience symptoms associated with the high altitude. Symptoms may include headaches, dizziness, nausea, loss of appetite, restless sleep, fatigue and loss of energy or shortness of breath.
Hydration is the best way to help your body adjust to high altitude. Generally the low humidity at altitude keeps the air dry, so you should drink twice as much water as you would at home.
Also, remember to protect your skin. With every 3,000’ increase in altitude, UV levels rise by 10-12%.
For more information from the resort, please click here or here.