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Terrain Parks - Canyons


Rider's Guide

This gigantic 4,000 acre resort has terrain to challenge all ability levels and age groups. From long, meandering cruiser runs to terrifyingly steep backcountry chutes, Canyons has something for everyone to enjoy. With more than 3,000 feet of vertical, nearly 200 runs and five bowls, the largest resort in Utah and fifth largest resort in the U.S. has awesomely varied terrain and more than enough lifts to take visitors around this enormous ski area.

Parks and Pipes

Utah’s longest terrain park, Transitions Terrain Park, is more than 1.1 miles long and there are more than 50 different features to ride. There is also an intermediate and beginner park for riders and freestyle skiers new to the art of riding park. The park’s elite Freeride Team will be shredding and catching air throughout the season, giving input to the bevy of builders and making sure that the park is ever changing and always improving.

Out of Bounds

The area is replete with winter activities be it sledding, tubing, skating, fly fishing, and much more. It even offers its patrons the chance to get in on the action and drive a grooming vehicle around the mountain and learn a little bit of what it takes to maintain a resort of epic proportions. As an additional bonus, the resort offers its guests the opportunity to participate in the First Tracks Program, which permits early access on the slopes and a chance to carve the mountain all alone, a must do for the most earnest powderhounds.

Hangout & Hookup

From sipping a Manhattan at the Waldorf Astoria to enjoying a pint at a slopeside pub, Canyons has something to suit everyone. For those looking for a little more exciting nightlife and after-hours fun, Park City is just down the road and houses dozens of bars, pubs and lounges.