Utah

Park City Ski Resort

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Park City Mountain Resort Overview

As the largest ski resort in the United States with over 7,300 skiable acres, Park City Mountain has much to boast about. The host to the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Park City Mountain Resort is known as an essential world-class destination. It is a rare large resort that is in close proximity to an airport, as it is just a 35-minute drive east from Salt Lake City International Airport.

Park City has three distinct base areas, six signature properties, and many diverse ski-in/ski-out hotel and lodging options. It's especially attractive for intermediate skiers, as close to half of its 348 trails are blue, intermediate runs. With 3,200 feet of vertical drop, there’s also plenty of options for advanced and expert terrain lovers, along with 13 bowls and eight terrain parks. Despite its massive scale, Park City still offers many free parking options at the base of the village so you can easily get on the mountain.

The four-season resort is situated at the center of the historic and idyllic town of Park City, Utah, with access to award-winning restaurants that are within walking distance or accessible via the city's free transportation system. If you come in January during the Sundance Film Festival for which Park City is known, you might find yourself rubbing elbows with celebrities out on the town.

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Park City Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

72"
45"
30"
15"
9"
21"
Nov
26"
Dec
39"
Jan
60"
Feb
38"
Mar

Terrain Overview

8%
Beginners Runs
41%
Intermediate Runs
28%
Advanced Runs
23%
Expert Runs
341
Runs in Total
3.5 mi
Longest Run
4536 ac
Skiable Terrain
500 ac
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 44

4
Gondolas & Trams
0
Eight Person Lifts
6
High Speed Sixes
7
High Speed Quads
9
Quad Chairs
8
Triple Chairs
4
Double Chairs
6
Surface Lifts

Elevation

10026'
Summit
3226'
Vertical Drop
6800'
Base

Important Dates

November 19, 20212021/11/19

Projected Opening

April 10, 20222022/04/10

Projected Closing

142

Projected Days Open

142

Days Open Last Year

1963

Years Open

355"

Average Snowfall
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