Robert Redford bought land in Utah in 1969 with a vision to create an ecologically minded community committed to the preservation of nature. Now known as Sundance, the mountain resort is a ski destination that spans 5,000 acres of Mount Timpanogos with well-kept trails that draw visitors from near and far in all seasons. Sundance is also the site of an annual conference for filmmakers established by Redford to promote the work of independent filmmakers. Art lovers and outdoor enthusiasts unite at Sundance to enjoy the region’s natural splendor and take in a bit of culture. The resort is a unique destination for those looking to take in panoramic views of Utah’s rugged mountains and valleys in an elegant setting. We know Sundance is the ultimate Glamping destination, so check out our list of unique rentals and book a luxury cabin or cozy cottage for your next trip.