So. I brought all these great friends to Solitude the other day and spent the whole morning skiing.
That afternoon, I headed over to the Solitude Mountain Spa in the Inn at Solitude.
Here are the problems I have now that I let that happen:
1. I need a dry sauna in my house.
Have you ever sat in a sauna after skiing? I hadn’t. And, I wish I hadn’t. Because now that’s what I want to do every day after skiing for the rest of my life. It was heavenly.
2. I am so chill.
Same question, have you ever had a massage after skiing? I hadn’t. I had no idea how bad I needed one. But I learned. I actually was told by my fabulous massage therapist to wait a day before telling you how I feel. Which was spot on, because I skied today too, and I skied better, had no soreness or stiffness, and feel amazing right now. Who expects to learn tips like that at the spa?
3. I can’t stop talking about Solitude.
The mountain is everything that I love, intimate, and inviting for skiers. The spa was no different. It’s simplicity and direct desire to focus on me was right in line with the whole philosophy of the mountain itself.
4. My friends are jealous.
Sure, they were ripping Honeycomb Canyon the entire time I was enjoying my rest and relaxation, and therefore had nothing to complain about, but now the secret is out, they all have to go back and try the spa out now.
5. There are such good deals, I can’t decide what to pick for next time.
Check out these great offers. Should I do the afternoon treatment and dinner or the girls day? I want both.
Or, here’s something even better: mention the Ski Utah Yeti or Powderhound Cat (that’s me! I have a spa deal!) and get 10% off a menu item.
*Let it snow*