A full-service rustic, Douglas fir day lodge offers ski rentals, souvenir and logo items, accessories, and food and beverages. Massive, weathered trestle beams are a grand feature of the lodge interior, as are the floor-to-ceiling glass windows, which provide spectacular views of the Wasatch Mountains, Heber Valley, and the cross-country trail system. The Lodge can be reserved for festive occasions year-round.
The Lodge at Soldier Hollow is built primarily with timbers from the Lucin Cutoff, a railroad trestle that crossed the Great Salt Lake. Construction of that trestle started in 1902. The trestle was a critical part of the nation's rail system until the 1950s, when it was replaced by a solid material causeway. The salvage rights are held by Trestlewood, based in Orem, Utah.