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Like a number of big time ski areas, Park City was once home to miners in search of precious metals. Today, a new breed of searcher comes looking for the area's legendary snow. Park City Mountain Resort is located conveniently in the heart of Park City, Utah and has multiple terrain options for all ability types.
The resort is home to over 3,300 skiable acres with a good mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain. The resort is located above the historic main street and can be accessed directly via the Town Lift.
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The mountain itself is broad and steep, and offers some of the most varied terrain in the Wasatch Range. Beginners do not despair, as there is an area located just for those learning to make carved turns. Whether you are looking for long and gentle groomers, big and bold powder lines, or steep and deep in the glades, there is terrain for skiers and riders of all levels and abilities.
Originally known as Treasure Mountains Resort, Park City Mountain Resort has been operating since 1963. The last surviving mining company in Park City turned to skiing with help from a federal loan to revive the economically depressed area. The mining company built a gondola, base and summit lodges, chairlifts and a nine-hole golf course.
In 1965 skiers would hop aboard the Skier’s Subway, a modified mining trolley that traveled two and a half miles through the pitch black Spiro Tunnel to Thayne’s Hoist. Then skiers would board the mine elevator and be lifted 1,750 feet to the surface.
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