The Snowpine Lodge in Alta, Utah has a storied past that dates back further than any other structure in Little Cottonwood Canyon. The building was erected in Alta when mining was the primary industry in the Albion Basin and was altered to fit the changing needs of the town during Alta’s transformation from a silver-mining community to a world-class skiing destination. It was first a general store turned post-office, then a makeshift army barracks and public shelter, and was eventually established as a home for skiers in 1938, when it was christened the Snowpine Lodge.
Today the Snowpine Lodge is an attraction to outdoor enthusiasts from across the globe. Known for its proximity to some of North America's best skiing and riding, the Snowpine Lodge is the ideal location for winter activities. After a recent renovation, the Snowpine Lodge integrated the Threshold 360 platform onto their website to showcase their four-star mountain retreat. The Threshold viewer allows website visitors to explore the recently updated property in great detail including amenities, room types and the surrounding grounds. This allows for site visitors to get a true sense of the beauty of this outstanding property and does an excellent job showcasing the lodge's recent updates.