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Related Regions: Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, North America


  • 10026ft
  • 3226ft
    Vertical Drop
  • 6800ft


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  • 6
  • 10
  • 4
  • 7
  • 4
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  • 41


  • Beginner Runs


  • Intermediate Runs


  • Advanced Runs


  • Expert Runs


  • Runs


  • Terrain Parks


  • Longest Run

    3.5 mi

  • Skiable Terrain

    7300 ac

  • Snow Making

    500 ac


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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. It has three distinct base areas, six signature properties and many diverse ski-in/ski-out hotel and lodging options. It is 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.

Important Dates

  • Projected OpeningProjected Closing11/22/201904/12/2020
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Park City Mountain Ski Area

► Alpine ski area

As the largest resort in the United States, there are trails for every type of skier and boarder. Due to the massive scale, it is recommended that you study the trail map and know which areas will lead to your best day on the mountain. There are two bases (Mountain Village and Canyons Village) and both lead to many runs for skiers and boarders of all levels. Some key tips are below based on skill level:

Beginner Terrain is primarily found at the Park City Mountain Village, with Crescent Express, King Con Express and Bonanza Express all taking you to a variety of beginner terrain. There is also a premier learning environment called High Meadow Park which is at Canyons Village, a dedicated learning area which features three Adventure Alleys which are perfect for learning to ski for the first time. While High Meadows Park is on the Canyons side of the mountain, note that there is little variety for beginners there outside of High Meadows Park.

Intermediate Terrain is everywhere and there’s no way you could experience all of the options in a day. If you prefer open runs with a variety of terrain, the King Con Express is a 6-pack that leads to over 10 intermediate trail options. Just take the Eagle lift and head down Spiro to get to King Con. Many intermediate skiers will prefer the Canyons side of the mountain where you will be weaving through aspens left and right. Take the Red Pine Gondola to Chicane, a perfect warm-up run, and then grab the Tombstone Express lift and enjoy hours of great intermediate terrain.

Advanced/Expert Terrain is also plentiful but those wanting the highest thrills will want to head to either Jupiter Peak (Mountain Village) or Murdock Peak (Canyons Village). Murdock involves two chair lifts to Super Condor Express, and from there you can hit the aspen-lined glad of A Chute or Funnel Cloud, or go find some powder in Condor Woods. Jupiter will take three lift rides to access and if you want to get to the summit you will have to skin up.  

► Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing

There are over 70 kilometers of groomed trails in Park City and the surrounding mountains. Basin Recreation grooms 25 kilometers of free multipurpose trails connecting the Utah Olympic Park area with Willow Creek Park. Round Valley, located in Quinn's Junction, is a 25-kilometer trail network offering rolling hills and steep ascents. These free trails are multi-use and dog-friendly. White Pine Nordic Center offers 25 kilometers of fee-based groomed trails.

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.


The Farm

Cuisine: New American

This recent addition to the resort features an innovative menu that focuses on ingredients sourced from local farms and artisan purveyors. Located in the heart of Canyons Village and overlooking the Ski Beach, The Farm was named one of "Utah's 25 Best Restaurants" in 2015.” This rustic, yet refined restaurant offers both indoor outdoor dining and features a welcoming lounge with an amazing selection of wines. 


Cuisine: Modern American Kosher
For guests seeking out traditional bistro fare, this Paris-style spot is the first restaurant of its kind in North America serving modern American kosher cuisine at a ski resort. Try: Beef cheek gnocchi with roasted root vegetables and oven-dried tomatoes. 

Red Tail Grill

Cuisine: Mountainside Gastropub

Offering amazing views of the mountain and located on the Ski Beach in the Resort Village, Red Tail Grill features an innovative gastropub menu served in a rustic setting. This is the perfect gathering spot for family-friendly dining and with its outdoor deck on the Ski Beach and Canyons Golf. Featuring local, sustainable, products from: Wasatch Meats, Stone Ground Bakery and Gold Creek Farms. 

Cloud Dine

Cuisine: Fresh American

Located on Dream Peak, this ski-in, ski-out restaurant offers guests an entirely new concept in on-mountain dining. Its innovative, made-to-order menu features a combination of uniquely healthy and traditionally hearty selections to keep you fueled for a full day on the mountain. 

Lookout Cabin

Cuisine: American Gourmet

Located off the mid-station of the Orange Bubble Express and the top of Short Cut lift, Lookout Cabin is known for its impeccable table-served Rocky Mountain cuisine and incredible views of the Wasatch Range.

Legends Bar and Grill

Cuisine: American Casual

Legends Bar & Grill is the place to après ski after your day on the slopes. Come in and enjoy the legendary food and a tasty beverage while you recount the day’s adventures. If you’re looking for a sit down lunch or dinner, Legends offers a great full service menu. 

Miners Camp

Cuisine: Fresh American

The new for 2015/2016 Miners Camp restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy a cozy lunch and watch the action. The menu offers homemade soups and chili, fresh tossed artisan salads and Mediterranean kabobs and gyros. This brand new mountain Restaurant will have 500 indoor seats, large deck and state of the art food servery. Miners Camp will be located at the base of the Silverlode lift and the brand new Quicksilver gondola. 

Summit House

Cuisine: Fresh American

The Summit House is the on-mountain spot to get a tasty slice of pizza, our famous bison chili or a fresh mixed salad from an updated food servery area.  You can easily access the Summit House from 5 different chairlifts - so no matter where you’re coming from or what trail you're skiing next, the Summit House is most likely on your way.  

Red Pine Lodge

Cuisine: Fresh American

A perfect location to relax or grab a quick bite and continue on your winter adventure or just warm up with a cup of hot chocolate and a cookie. Come and sample all of your favorites. New for 2015/2016: Increased Dining Capacity with ~250 additional indoor seats.


Cuisine: Family-friendly communal dining

Communal setting offers a fast and fresh offering for guests looking for a relaxed ski dining experience. From coffees and cocoas to salads and grinders, Murdock’s focuses on crowd pleasing favorites including specialty pizzas, salads and sandwiches. 

Jupiter Java

Start your mountain morning with a warm cup of fresh roasted coffee, rich hot chocolate or an herbal tea. Jupiter Java also features homemade breads, fresh baked pastries and for a quick afternoon bite, gourmet sandwiches, assorted salads and cookies 

Legacy Café

Located at the base area of Park City Village, the whole family can meet up at Legacy Café where the options are endless. Whether it's our plentiful salad bar and grill, our signature house cut French fries, or one of our daily specials - your appetite is sure to be satisfied. 

Umbrella Bar

Cuisine: New American

This classic après ski spot in the Resort Village offers 360 degree views from its unique glass enclosure and a massive outdoor deck with a perfect view of the village music stage. Along with a menu that features signature burgers, there’s also an extensive beer selection.

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Park City Reviews

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27th February 20203
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