Park City Mountain Resort

Park City Mountain Resort is the largest single ski and snowboard resort in the United States.  Offering guests over 7300 acres, more than 300 trails, 38 lifts, seven terrain parks, six natural half pipes, one super pipe and one mini pipe spread between the two mountains, plus many diverse ski-in / ski-out and village adjacent lodging properties.  A new eight passenger gondola connection, along with the new King Con Express Six-pack and Motherlode Express Quad make up some of the major improvements for the 2015/2016 season.  As part of Vail Resorts, skiing is easily accessible on one ski pass for both mountains.  A free bus will run between both mountains allowing you to experience the restaurants, bars and après scene that the Park City Resorts have to offer.  Park City was originally a silver mining town and opened in 1963 as a Ski Resort.  The colourful history is reflected in the buildings which have now been converted into restaurants, bars, clubs, shops and art galleries.  Voted as one of Americas top five ski resorts.

Gateway City             Salt Lake City 51km

 

Why Park City Mountain Resort

  • Now the largest Ski Area in the USA with the introduction of a new gondola to connect with Canyons Mountain
  • Historical silver mining town with over 100 restaurants and bars on Main Street
  • Visit the Tangler outlet malls in Park City if you like to shop as well as ski

Park City Mountain Resort Mountain Statistics

Summit 3045m
Base 2073m
Vertical 972m
Acres 7300
Lifts 38
Runs 300
Average Snowfall 901cm
Beginner 12%
Intermediate 47%
Advanced 41%

Additional Accommodation

Best Western, Newpark Resort, Carraige House, Galleria, Edelweiss Haus, Snowcrest, Woodside, Powder Pointe, Fashion Coalition, Fawngrove, Lakeside, Lakeview, Queen Esther, Silver Cliff Village, Suncreek, Timberwolf, Main and Mountain, Empire Avenue