- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Season Start/End: 11/23 - 4/20
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Complete list of skipass prices
In 1923, the Park City Record newspaper predicted skiing would make Park City a "mecca for winter sports." Literally, in March of 1985 after hosting the first World Cup ski race and exceeding all expectations; Park City Mountain Resort set the new standard on the circuit. PCMR, for short, followed up by hosting the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in four events. Averaging 365 inches of snowfall, PCMR is home to 3,300 skier and rider accessible acres that includes eight peaks and nine bowls. The terrain accomodates skiers and riders of all levels and abilities and PCMR is home to four terrain parks for the freestyle lover. Winter on-mountain activities extend beyond just skiing and riding as fun can be found on the Alpine Coaster or Flying Eagle Zip Line. Lift-served tubing or sleigh-driven dinners complement any PCMR visit.
Located 37 miles from Salt Lake International Airport with free town-wide bus service. Services include four mountain restaurants and several at the base, on-mountain performance demo center, rentals, and apparel, 16 lifts serving 100+ trails, and snow making from top to bottom. With services galore, Park City Mountain Resort has routinely been named among the top 10 family resorts in North America. Signature Five, an all-day instruction program for kids ages 6 to 14, guarantees no more than five children in a ski or snowboard lesson program.
Read Park City Mountain Resort Thinks Families for more information on family activities and programs.
9th January 2014
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