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September 07, 1991 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-07

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Here's an offer you should get your hands on!

With any $125
purchase of OK!
Delsey products
we'll give you a $29
OK! Delsey duffel
bag FREE!

number of people it can accommo-
date in its lodging rooms. There is an
aerial tram, in addition to the
mountain's seven chairlifts, and
together these can lift up to 9,000
skiers per hour.
Once you get up the mountain,
you'll discover close to 2,000 acres
of skiable terrain. There are 45 trails,
of which 20 percent are beginner, 30
percent are intermediate, and 50
percent are expert.
An internationally recognized ski
school is available for skiers of all
abilities and ages, including a
children's program.
Deer Valley Resort is situated in the
Wasatch Mountain Range in Utah.
This past winter, it celebrated its tenth
anniversary with a $6 million

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According to local skiers,
skiing is the perfect
family vacation for active
people. Aspen, Vail and
Taos are the popular ski

expansion. Bob Wheaton, general
manager of Deer Valley Resort, says,
"We operate our ski resort much like
a hotel, which translates into high
quality service, convenience and a
guest-first philosophy."
When you arrive at Deer Valley, "ski
valets" take your skis off your car to
the lift line; there are heated sidewalks
and Kleenex dispensers on each lift;
and you must have reservations for
a lift ticket since only a limited num-
ber are sold. Resort visitors are
guaranteed a ticket, but if you want
skiing diversity, Park City is only one
mile away and there is complimentary
bus service between the two resorts.
"It was the most wonderful service,"
says Shelley Wainer of West
Bloomfield, who stayed in Park City
and also skied in Deer Valley this past
February with her husband, two teen-
age daughters and ten other families.
While she says most mid-mountain
lunch spots are cafeterias with paper
plates, at Deer Valley, "they serve you
on china, and there are lounge chairs
outdoors you can sun in, flowers on

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