Park City Utah

Superb

4.6 / 5

based on 88 reviews

Trails

Beginner
8%
Intermediate
42%
Advanced / Expert
50%

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Overview

The Good 

  • Largest resort in the US, we're talking 7,300 ac!
  • Over 360 in of famous Utah powder per year
  • Authentic Old West mining town with plenty of attractions and activities
  • You haven’t skied Utah until you’ve skied Park City!

The Bad 

  • 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

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! 

Local's Pick: For a hella long run with steep sections, bridges, tunnels to keep you twisting and turning, take Alpenglow to Twilight and then connect onto Harmony! 

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Superb

4.6 / 5

based on 88 reviews

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RPRobert P.
Superb!

5 / 5

Oct 22, 2017
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.
GWGeorge W.
Fabulous!

4.2 / 5

Oct 17, 2017
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... More
RORichard O.
Superb!

5 / 5

Oct 14, 2017
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.
AHAaron H.
Superb!

5 / 5

Oct 08, 2017
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
JJason
Poor!

2 / 5

Oct 08, 2017
Park city may now be technically the largest ski resort in North America, but it still doesn’t have anything on Vail. The mountain is mostly flat and boring, and is only technically larger because it combined with the canyons. Most of those runs simply connect the homes to the... More
BJBBradley J B.
Superb!

5 / 5

Oct 07, 2017
park city mountain resort - pcmr - from super condor to mcconkeys pcmr has it all. 9990 and jiuipiter peak on a powder day are epic. love the fireplace @ summit house and taking breaks to watch late season college football and bowl games @ cloud dine and miners camp. can't wait... More
CCarl
Superb!

5 / 5

Oct 07, 2017
Wonderful resort. The is plenty of terrain to never get bored throughout the season. It's very simple to by and obtain a lift ticket or season pass at great prices. All arounder great resort.
CIChris I.
Superb!

5 / 5

Oct 07, 2017
I love everything about Park City. First off, it's part of Vail Resorts so my Epic Pass works there!!! With that, it's got to be the biggest mountain now with taking over Park Mountain and surrounding resorts! Secondly, the convenience to Salt Lake City and the airport!!! To fly... More
TRTyler R.
Superb!

5 / 5

Oct 07, 2017
I go as much as I can every year, there's enough mountain that you don't ever had to ride the same run again unless you want to. Always quick with updates on conditions and maintaining the slopes, and the food is great on the mountain.
PJPhil J.
Superb!

5 / 5

Sep 30, 2017
38 lifts which provide endless terrain. Add Utah's light fluffy snow which makes for great skiing! Less than 45 minutes from Salt Lake City so very accesable. Lots of other activities, great food and drink!

Lifts

Gondola & Trams
4
High Speed Sixes
6
High Speed Quads
8
Quad Chairs
6
Triple Chairs
8
Double Chairs
4
Surface Lifts
5

Elevation

Base
6,800 feet
Summit
10,000 feet
Vertical drop
3,200 feet

Terrain

Total runs
347
Terrain Parks
8
Longest Run
3 miles
Skiable Terrain
7,300 acres
Snowmaking Area
500 acres
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