- Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley
- 7700 Stein Way - Park City
- Utah 8406 - United States
- (866) 996-0034
- [email protected]
Located in the mid-mountain Silver Lake area at Park City’s Deer Valley Resort, Stein Eriksen Lodge is surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in the Wasatch Mountains.
Only 40 miles east of Salt Lake International Airport, Stein Eriksen Lodge is one of the most accessible mountain resorts. Over 350 flights arrive daily at Salt Lake International Airport. Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines have hubs in Salt Lake City. Many of the major airline carriers offer non-stop and direct flights in to Salt lake City. Flight time from the West Coast is about two hours.
From the Salt Lake Airport, take I-80 East to I-15 South (toward Provo), you will travel for about five miles, then reconnect to I-80 East toward Cheyenne, Wyoming. Remain on I-80 Eastbound up Parley's Canyon, approximately 24 miles.
Park City is exit 145 (Highway 224). Turn Right off the exit and proceed for approximately 5 miles into Park City. At the Deer Valley Drive intersection, turn left. Follow through one set of lights. The road will come to a roundabout; turn right onto Marsac Avenue toward Guardsman Pass, Highway 224.
Follow Highway 224 for approximately 2 miles. Pass the Park City Silver Mine (large yellow structure on the right), turn left up the steep hill. At the top of the hill turn right onto Royal Street. Take the third right at the Stein Eriksen Lodge sign onto Stein Way. Proceed into to the underground parking, drive through the garage until you come to the belldesk below the Main Lodge.
Stein Eriksen Lodge, honored for its classic accommodations, ideal location mid-mountain at Deer Valley Resort and unmatched attention to detail, provides guests with award-winning food and beverage offerings. The Lodge's food and beverage team will definitely take the level of culinary mastery to its peak through innovative menu selections and a commitment to the pure art de cuisine. Each of the Lodge's Restaurants feature a sumptuous menu to satisfy every palate and an extensive wine cellar to provide the perfect accompaniment to any meal.
Mickey McPhail joined the Stein Eriksen Lodge Food & Beverage team as pastry chef in June 1999. Most recently, he served as the assistant pastry chef for the Four Seasons Hotel in Houston, a Five Diamond property. McPhail previously honed his skills at the Omni Houston Hotel, another Five Diamond property. McPhail began his career in the restaurant business while financing his college education, studying biology at Texas A&M University. Serving first as the Chef de Partie at Gina's Pizzeria in Fort Worth, he later became the pastry chef for Tony's, a Four Star restaurant in Houston.
McPhail's culinary education includes completion of the Houston Community College Baking & Pastry program as well as studies through the International School of Confectionery Arts, French Pastry School and Lenôtre. McPhail, who enjoys hiking, scenic driving and just "admiring God's handiwork," resides with his wife Tisha in Salt Lake City.
Cara Schwindt became the sommelier in Fall, 1998, primarily serving in the Valhalla restaurant at Stein Eriksen Lodge. Since becoming the sommelier at Stein Eriksen Lodge, Schwindt not only has refined her palate but more importantly, refined her wine cellar. As a certified wine educator, Schwindt is responsible for purchasing and selecting wine, generating wine lists and perhaps most importantly, pairing fine wine with fine food. She previously served as cellar master at the Metropolitan restaurant and sommelier at Ziehm's restaurant.
Schwindt has assembled an attentive team with superior knowledge about wine, the wine list and complimenting menus. The staff attends regular seminars taught by Schwindt and with her help the team better understands the wines they serve.
Schwindt has always had a penchant for the creative arts. A native of Milwaukee, Wis., she studied the visual and performing arts in high school, then later earned her BFA in Modern Dance at the University of Utah. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and is a certified Pilates instructor. She and her husband, Drew, reside in Salt Lake City.
Catering to the discerning palates of its guests, the Lodge offers a number of dining options. From the peak of culinary arts in the Glitretind to hearty fare in the Valhalla Restaurant to casual outdoor dining at the Bald Mountain Deck Grill, the Lodge features an exceptional selection of dining choices.
The Glitretind - The Glitretind Restaurant serves contemporary-style cuisine with a European flair in a warmly elegant setting. The restaurant is open daily throughout the year for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Glitretind also offers a lavish Sunday brunch featuring cool jazz and sizzling dishes. During the ski season, the fabulous Skier's Buffet is offered at lunch time.
The Glitretind boasts an impressive selection of international and domestic wines to complement any dinner, with an extensive collection of available wines by the glass. The restaurant is the ideal place to celebrate a special occasion or make an ordinary occasion extraordinary.
Valhalla Restaurant - The Valhalla Restaurant offers a menu that includes gourmet appetizers, salads, entrées and desserts. Under the direction of Executive Frank Mendoza, and featuring Utah's first known sommelier, the Valhalla offers wild game, seafood and traditional meats served in an atmosphere of rustic, mountain elegance.
Troll Hallen Lounge - Troll Hallen Lounge is a favorite gathering place during ski season for light lunches, drinks and après ski hors d'oeuvres. The area, featuring a blazing fireplace, also offers wonderful views of the ski slopes and surrounding mountains.
Bald Mountain Deck Grill - Outdoors, overlooking the slopes, the Bald Mountain Deck Grill serves light entrées and sandwiches. Weather permitting, the area is also a great place for people-watching and sun worshipping.
Eriksen Lodge offers monthly cooking classes that feature a different cuisine, style or menu each session. Always popular among the locals, the classes have turned into a destination decision for many who want a vacation with a twist. Some of the 2000-2001 classes included, a Taste of the Mediterranean, a New England Lobster Bake, Traditional Mexican Cuisine, Rocky Mountain Fall Fare and Holiday Entertaining. The classes are limited to 40 participants with reservations accepted for only three classes at a time.
Indoor facilities include men and women's locker rooms, each with massage room, showers and lockers. Fitness room is complete with a treadmill, stair masters, bicycles and a weight machine. Year-round outdoor heated pool has a breathtaking view of the mountain slopes of Deer Valley. Indoor hot tub and dry sauna.
In the winter season, downhill, cross-country, back-country, telemarking, snow-cat, and heli-skiing are available on any of Park City's three main ski resorts. Snowshoeing and snowmobiling are also very popular winter-time activities. Summer in Deer Valley and Park City is one of the best kept secrets within the beautiful Wasatch mountains. Activities include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fly fishing, rock climbing and white-water rafting. Year-round activities include tours and Luge rides at the Olympic Winter Sports Park, and hot-air ballooning.
Stein Eriksen Lodge is proud to offer a staff of the most highly experienced and trained certified massage therapists in the Park City and Deer Valley areas. Massage appointments are for one full hour of massage therapy treatment. Our regularly scheduled massage times daily are: 90-minute and two-hour massages are also available by request. We schedule our appointments an hour and fifteen minutes apart, to ensure that you get a full 60-minutes of massage. Each of our therapists are trained in Swedish Deep Tissue massage, and each individual therapist may have more extensive training in another massage specialty, such as Reflexology or Cranial Sacral--by request.
At Stein Eriksen Lodge we are paying tribute to our Norwegian heritage with legendary cuisine presented in two magnificent alpine settings, the Glitretind and Valhalla Restaurants. Stein Eriksen Lodge showcases a variety of exceptional cuisine choices prepared by award-winning chefs.
Open year-round, the Glitretind (Glih-truh-tinned) is an elegant European mountainside restaurant serving contemporary styled European cuisine. The Glitretind has continuously received the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence since 1991. Additionally, Utah's Best Sunday Brunch at the Glitretind is accompanied by the live jazz music of Fredrick McCray, and the incredible "Skiers' Luncheon Buffet" is featured Monday through Saturday during the ski season. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A children's menu is available.
Open during the winter season, the Valhalla Restaurant serving New American cuisine offers rustic regional cuisine in a most elegant and intimate mountain setting. The pinnacle of fine dining, Valhalla provides two seatings nightly.
A favorite gathering place for light lunches, drinks and hors d’oeuvres year-round. Overlooking the ski slopes, serves light entrees and sandwiches outdoors year-round (weather permitting).
Stein Eriksen Lodge is a Norwegian-style luxury mountain resort. Our mission is to provide exceptional service and quality to our guests, maintain a positive and productive work environment for our employees and maximize profits for our owners.