America's largest ski resort by acreage is home to an emergent, multi-season mountain town focused on innovation, entrepreneurship, arts, and altruism.

 Conceptual rendering by R&A Design for illustration purposes only

Conceptual rendering by R&A Design for illustration purposes only


The Village at Powder Mountain embodies an appreciation for sustainability, social entrepreneurship, connection, and collaboration and will feature eateries, juice bars, shops, public art, hotels, and much more. There are also plans to include micro-lofts and apartments, which will complement affordable housing for artists, social entrepreneurs, and researchers.



A place that is largely unknown, untouched, and as inspiring as the people who gather there. 


The Powder Mountain development will consist of more than 500 ski-accessible homesites connected to a village core of similar scale that includes cultural amenities and miles of walking, biking, and nordic trails.



Perched high between the towns of Eden and Paradise, Powder Mountain encompasses nearly 10,000 acres of the Wasatch-Cache mountain range.


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