At Summit Creek, mountain living means the scent of pine trees, dramatic mountain views and midweek adventuring amid a breathtaking, natural playground. From the brush of an evergreen to the sight of late afternoon sunlight disappearing behind grand peaks, the surrounding nature serves constant reminders to breathe a little deeper, look a little closer and cherish the moment. Life at Summit Creek is just that, providing a sanctuary away from crowds and just minutes from the best mountain slopes.
Easy Access to Adventure Year-Round
Whether hiking or snowshoeing, Summit Creek’s community is one of adventurous spirits who are excited to enjoy all that each season has to offer. And while you may not visit a ski-in/ski-out property year round, Summit Creek offers a world to be explored throughout the year. Living slopeside is one thing, but having it all is another. Here, memories are made over cooling off poolside in summer, viewing stunning scenes of fall foliage in autumn, celebrating a great powder day over s’mores in winter and hiking new trails in spring. And, above all, residents are just a short drive from Sundance Mountain Resort and an hour and a half from both Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort. At Summit Creek, you have the best of all worlds.
Your Heart Will Thank You For More Than One Reason
The mountains are calling, and your heart will be happier—and healthier—if you go. Spending time outdoors is proven to have countless health benefits. Something as simple as spending time surrounded by forest can support heart health, and is proven to lower blood pressure, pulse and heart rate variability. Summit Creek offers a stress-reducing setting to immerse in nature, get outside and find your forest escape—far from the hustle and bustle that comes with a busy ski season, but close enough to reach the middle of the action if desired.
Mindful Mountain Style
Apart from the many physical benefits of living near nature, it is no surprise that stepping outdoors offers mental health benefits as well. A stroll in nature, for example, is shown to improve your mood. Find your secluded trail and take in the details around you, from the deer grazing in the nearby bush to the sound of the wind rustling through the trees overhead. Often, time spent outside can enhance mindfulness by increasing the awareness of one’s surroundings—and the beauty of Utah’s natural landscape surely demands notice.