Shane Gadbaw has seen his fair share of corporate entertaining, company retreats, and blowout parties. So after he and his business partners bought their own Utah ski resort, he did something almost no other major resort in this country can match – he started renting the whole place out to private groups. Located in Southern Utah, a world apart from the better known Park City and Cottonwood Canyons resorts, Eagle Point is roughly equidistant from Vegas and Salt Lake City, and easy enough for companies in either to hire a bus to transport clients or staffers. While largely unknown in the ski world, Eagle Point is actually higher and gets considerably more snow than many of Utah’s famous resorts, with its base at 9,100-feet and 40-plus marked trails for all abilities plus a terrain park and a significant amount of gated side-country and hike-to terrain, with backcountry guides available. “We call it the ‘As You Wish’ package because we can do pretty much whatever they want. We are very flexible with the accommodations, skiing, food and entertainment,” Gadbaw.