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Known for some of the best snow and with more than 350 inches each season, visitors are guaranteed a first-rate experience. Located near Deer Valley and soon to be connected with Canyons, each resort has different strengths and overall atmosphere. Park City Resort is the area best destination for intermediate skiers and snowboarders, but beginners and experts will find fantastic terrain as well.

Discover LOTS of Powder

Park City and the Canyons are now connected by a single gondola and merged into the largest resort in North America, offering skiers access to more than 7,300 acres of skiable terrain.  Just on the Park City side alone you’ll find 3,300 acres of skiable snow, nine bowls, and eight different mountain peaks. With more than 100 trails, a superpipe, four terrain parks, and a run over three-and-a-half miles long, this mountain is ideal for intermediate skiers. The largest proportion of runs are intermediate level, with about a third rated for advanced and expert levels and 17 percent at the beginner level. There are more than a dozen lifts with a capacity of over 30,000 skiers per hour, as well as a magic carpet in the kids’ learning area. The resort has snowmaking on over 475 acres, but leaves plenty of its runs au natural for skiing and snowboarding purists. There is also a lift that sweeps guests in and out of the Main Street area for added ski-in/ski-out convenience. We have more information for you, just read Ski Experience and Terrain Parks to find out more!

Off the Slopes

There is a plethora of lodging options in the area including beautiful mountain rentals, condominiums, a variety of resorts, vacation homes, hotels, and bed & breakfast inns. Check with the informative and helpful staff for the more discounts on ski and stay packages in the area.

In addition to skiing and snowboarding on the main trails and backcountry terrain, check out the challenging terrain park, or take a ride on a snowmobile and horse-drawn sleigh. Alpine and cross-country skiing, dog sledding, ice skating, ski jumping, and snowshoeing are all available at this top-quality Utah ski resort, so there’s guaranteed to be plenty of fun for the whole family.

Getting Here

An easy and short 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport. Cab and shuttle services are available from the airport, but by car take I-80 and merge onto I-15 South/I-80 east. Exit at Park City and follow signs to Empire Avenue.

Vacation Coupons

Each ski season, Ski Coupons offers the best deals and top discounts for your winter vacations. Browse the categories provided and you’ll see what we mean!

 

Known for some of the best snow and with more than 350 inches each season, visitors are guaranteed a first-rate experience. Located near Deer Valley and soon to be connected with Canyons, each resort has different strengths and overall atmosphere. Park City Resort is the area best destination for intermediate skiers and snowboarders, but beginners and experts will find fantastic terrain as well.

Discover LOTS of Powder

Park City and the Canyons are now connected by a single gondola and merged into the largest resort in North America, offering skiers access to more than 7,300 acres of skiable terrain.  Just on the Park City side alone you’ll find 3,300 acres of skiable snow, nine bowls, and eight different mountain peaks. With more than 100 trails, a superpipe, four terrain parks, and a run over three-and-a-half miles long, this mountain is ideal for intermediate skiers. The largest proportion of runs are intermediate level, with about a third rated for advanced and expert levels and 17 percent at the beginner level. There are more than a dozen lifts with a capacity of over 30,000 skiers per hour, as well as a magic carpet in the kids’ learning area. The resort has snowmaking on over 475 acres, but leaves plenty of its runs au natural for skiing and snowboarding purists. There is also a lift that sweeps guests in and out of the Main Street area for added ski-in/ski-out convenience. We have more information for you, just read Ski Experience and Terrain Parks to find out more!

Off the Slopes

There is a plethora of lodging options in the area including beautiful mountain rentals, condominiums, a variety of resorts, vacation homes, hotels, and bed & breakfast inns. Check with the informative and helpful staff for the more discounts on ski and stay packages in the area.

In addition to skiing and snowboarding on the main trails and backcountry terrain, check out the challenging terrain park, or take a ride on a snowmobile and horse-drawn sleigh. Alpine and cross-country skiing, dog sledding, ice skating, ski jumping, and snowshoeing are all available at this top-quality Utah ski resort, so there’s guaranteed to be plenty of fun for the whole family.

Getting Here

An easy and short 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport. Cab and shuttle services are available from the airport, but by car take I-80 and merge onto I-15 South/I-80 east. Exit at Park City and follow signs to Empire Avenue.

Vacation Coupons

Each ski season, Ski Coupons offers the best deals and top discounts for your winter vacations. Browse the categories provided and you’ll see what we mean!

 

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