Park City

Ron Thompson
SnowPak Local Insider
Ron Thompson
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  • Largest ski resort in the US, we're talking 7,300 ac!
  • Over 360 in of famous Utah powder per year
  • Best suited for intermediate skiers and snowboarders
  • Authentic Old West mining town with plenty of attractions and activities
  • You haven't skied Utah until you've skied Park City!
  • Susceptible to major crowds flocking in from Salt Lake City
  • Slopes aren't as steep as nearby Alta; also receives less snow
  • Lodging needs an upgrade
  • Most accommodation is far from the lifts

Park City Ski Packages

Lodging + Lift Tickets Discount Price
Homestead Resort
2 x Adult 2-day Lift Ticket
37% off $867
Prospector Accommodations by All Seasons Resort Lodging
2 x Adult 2-day Lift Ticket
35% off $679
Carriage House Condominiums by All Seasons Resort Lodging
2 x Adult 2-day Lift Ticket
35% off $679
Park Hotel Condominiums
2 x Adult 2-day Lift Ticket
25% off $887
Skiers Lodge
2 x Adult 2-day Lift Ticket
25% off $863
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The largest ski area in the entire United States, home to the greatest snow on earth (so locals claim), and named one of the top 20 prettiest towns by Forbes…ladies and gentlemen, it’s Park City! As ski resorts go, this place is up there with the best in the world, totaling up an enormous 7,300 ac of ski terrain with over 300 trails and counting. But it’s not just sheer vastness that makes Park City stand out, it’s the holy grail of excellent quality powder, consistent snowfall, and a distinct lack of wind that generally keeps the white stuff fresh, dry, and floaty.

17/18 Historical Snowfall

Best month to go

Early February to mid-March

The ski season at Park City can last for five whole glorious months, from mid-November to mid-April. The start and tail end aren’t going to offer the best snow, so if you can aim your trip for any time between the beginning of February to the middle of March. This time of year gives you the best chance of scoring fresh deep powder with all the trails and lifts open. When it comes to snowfall, there is no reliable pattern in Utah, but the local consensus is that the second half of February is when the best powder is served, usually around the time of the Presidents’ Day national holiday. During the Sundance Film Festival, you may find the slopes surprisingly quiet, but restaurants get booked out months in advance and accommodation prices are usually turned up a notch, so make sure you’ve secured a ski and snowboard deal.


Salt Lake International Airport


Park City (45 minutes)

Base of Park City (Walk)

  • Easy access to lifts
  • Small convenience store
  • Roughly 1 mi from Historic Park City

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Canyons Village (Walk)

  • Easy access to lifts
  • Quiet and has more upscale lodging options
  • Small market for basics

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Historic Park City (1-2 mi)

  • Has the best options for dining, nightlife and shopping, mostly around Main Street
  • Close to base of Town Lift
  • Old mining town charm

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Salt Lake City (30-35 mi)

  • Cheaper lodging and wider selection of accommodation
  • 30 minutes drive from resort
  • Convenient base for skiing at other resorts

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For beginners

Our pick for beginners is The Meadows, a wide and mellow beginner trail where they can find some good snow since it's unusually high up the mountain for a green slope compared to other North American resorts!

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For intermediates

Intermediates this is your mountain. For a hella long run with steep sections, bridges, and tunnels to keep you twisting and turning, take Alpenglow to Twilight and then connect onto Harmony! It's our favorite here!

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For experts

For the biggest drop, Canyon's is where is at. But if you want to test your limits here, take the McConkey's Express Chairlift and hike up to Jupiter Peak, where the heart-racing East Face and Puma Bowl awaits.

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Find freshies

On the Park City side, you'll find the deepest fresh stuff in the Main Bowl as well as the hike-to terrain along the ridge off Jupiter chairlift. On the Canyons side, hike up Ninety-Nine 90 for endless freshies in the off-piste and backcountry terrain!

Ditch the crowds

Avoid the Silverlode Express and Tombstone Express lifts during peak hours (10:00am - 2:00pm) if you're not a fan of queues! 

Non skiers

As one of our best ski resorts for non-skiers in North America, we're pretty sure non-skiers will be well entertained here. The options are endless, we couldn't fit it all here.


With so much terrain to explore and tons of off-slope activities all within this historic mining town, there's something for the whole family to enjoy.

Park City vs
Park CityAlta
beginner8 %25 %
intermediate42 %40 %
advanced32 %35 %
expert18 %-
total runs347 116
ski area7,300ac 2,200ac
summit elevation10,000ft 10,550ft
total lifts41 11
child lift ticket$89 $54
adult lift ticket$139 $104
back country
value for money
average total snowfall205″ 270″
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Park City Reviews

Superb 4.6 / 5
based on 96 reviews

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Superb!4.8 / 5Nov 06, 2017
advanced snowboarder
Park city overall is an amazing ski resort. The prices are high but everything is definitely worth it. Also Utah snow is by far the best. They're two awesome resorts connected by a very cool gondola. ... More
Superb!4.8 / 5Nov 05, 2017
advanced skier
This place is amazing. The terrain is huge so every option you can think of for the whole family. Last season we I skied there about 20 days and had at least 5 powder days. Plus the town is amazing and easy to get around. Great dining options. Mountain is getting busier, but so big you can find areas that are less busy. ... More
Superb!4.7 / 5Nov 05, 2017
RSRey S.
intermediate skier
Park City is one of the top resorts in the world. There are so many runs one can use. Afterwards, you have many dining options in the city itself. The nightlife is one of the best. Pretty crowded duri g Sundance... More
Superb!5 / 5Oct 29, 2017
Lapping Condor Express at the Canyons after a week of dumping was the best riding of my life Utah has CO beat by ten miles but shhh don't tell tour friends it'll be our little secret pass a beer thanks buddy have a sippy poo
Superb!5 / 5Oct 23, 2017
SLSteven L.
Best snow in the world, family friendly resort with trails for all skill levels. We have only been there twice but we were blown away with knee deep powder. The food in the lodges was also top notch.
Superb!5 / 5Oct 22, 2017
RPRobert P.
Great resort to spend with friends and the staff is really nice. I've lived in utah for a while now and This is a great place to spend your vacations, nice city and many places to visit downtown.
Fabulous!4.2 / 5Oct 17, 2017
GWGeorge W.
The one the only Park City! I was amazed by how big the resort is - we tried to ski between Park City and Canyons one day and it took the whole day just to transit around. Massive wide runs like a highway, very smooth pistes. Food in town was a bit average though. Very close to SLC airport
Superb!5 / 5Oct 14, 2017
RORichard O.
Great place! Love getting lost on this mountain only to ski into town for lunch. Skiing options for all levels, and never still find new trails and powder stashes. Wonderful staff as well.
Very Good!4 / 5Oct 14, 2017
PPPaul P.
If you are coming to Utah from out of town, enjoy apres skiing, want some decent skiing and have a lot of money to spend then you should go to Park City. Now that Vail has taken over I can't afford skiing at Park City very often. I learned to ski at the old Park West/Wolf Mountain/The Canyons so it's a sentimental place to me. It is now part of... More
Superb!5 / 5Oct 08, 2017
AHAaron H.
Best resort in the west! Utah powder? Check! Massive amounts of terrain? Check! Lots of trails and lifts? Check! Snow bunnies? Utah has the finest! Even on busy days this resort is large enough to avoid the crowds and lines

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