Solitude provides a complete variety of terrain from easy green runs to the powder in the trees and the advanced double black diamond runs of Honeycomb Canyon.
The beginner and advanced double black diamond trails are well separated allowing the beginners to ski in peace.
Also note that Solitude is connected to its neighbor in Big Cottonwood Canyon Brighton Ski Resort by a trail accessible from the top of Sunrise lift. This access requires the multi-resort ticket.
Beginners and Intermediates:
This mountain has plenty of terrain for the beginners and
intermediates which is found primarily at the lower elevations.
Apex Express lift
Wall Street (blue off top of Apex Express lift - upper lift) down to Little Dollie (green off of top of Moonbeam Express Lift - lower lift)
Hal's Hollow (off of Powder II lift)
Broadway Mine (from top of Summit Lift)
The advanced terrain is primarily accessible from the Powderhorn II, Summit and Honeycomb lifts and at the higher elevations.
Honeycomb Canyon greats you with a gate to remind you that this is expert territory. Note that this is in-bounds and is serviced by the Honeycomb return lift.
Entrance to Honeycomb Canyon (top of Summit lift)
Ski run in Honeycomb Canyon
Liberty ski run (starts under Summit chair lift)
Headwall Forest (off of Summit lift - skiers right)
It is a fitting name for this resort, Solitude.
You will find hidden pockets of powder everwhere on the mountain even weeks after a storm and especially in the trees.
This is a mountain where lift lines and crowds are not a problem.
Happy powder hunting.
Moguls are certainly plentiful on the more advanced runs but they don't seem to be the signature terrain of this resort.
The most consistent and well formed moguls were found under the Sunrise chair lift on a run called "Roller Coaster" and on Concord under Powderhorn II lift, either of which can lead to significant thigh burn.
Out of Bounds:
Solitude Resorts calls the far side of Honeycomb Canyon "Off Piste" although it seems to be within the resort boundaries.