Park City Trail Map
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 that 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.
► Tubing Park and Snow Play
The Soldier Hollow Nordic Center's 1,200-foot sliding lanes are the longest tubing lanes in Utah. Its recently-upgraded conveyor lift system offers fast lifts and short lines. You can also enjoy tubing at night with fun lights and a built-in sound system.
Woodward Park City also offers recent upgrades, including the addition of a new magic carpet and an increased number of lanes for tubing. Two moving carpets make it easy for everyone in the family to enjoy the snow.
► 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.