Park City Mountain Guide – Top Trails, Itineraries & Dining

Experience Park City like an insider. Find out where to ski with top trails and full day itineraries for intermediates and experts. We also show you where to eat on the mountain. Plus, check out the mountain stats.


Park City Trail Guides


Though only 8% of the resort, given the sheer size, this is plenty of Beginner terrain to explore. From the Park City Base, head to the First Time and Pay Days Lifts. From Canyons Village, take the Red Pine Gondola to the High Meadow Lift. Check out High Meadows Family Fun Zone - new for the 2018-19 season. The longest run, Home Run offers 3.5 miles of Green.


Excellent with just over 40% designated Blue. Enjoy plenty of super wide, groomed runs with gentle pitches. Peak 5 is paradise for Intermediates with access to longer runs finishing at Tombstone. Snow Meadow off of DreamScape offers soft snow at a gentle pitch. King Con has tons of Intermediate offerings. Looking to push it? Watch for Signature Runs - Blacks that have been groomed and are more intermediate friendly.


More than half of Park City’s terrain is for Experts, split evenly between single and double Black Diamonds. Steep, deep and rife with chutes and trees, there is plenty to challenge (despite not being as steep, deep, or long as the Cottonwood Canyon neighbors). While Advanced terrain is spread throughout, the most concentrated areas are McConkey's and Jupiter Bowl on the Park City side and Ninety-Nine 90 on the Canyons side. 

Skiers and snowboarders of different ablities may need to split and plan to meet for breaks and meals. The highest peaks are Expert only and the lower peaks have limited Advanced terrain.

Top Trail Picks

Our team of experts has skied them all. Here are some of our favorites in each category.  
Trail Name
Area / Getting There

Just Learning

Claim Jumper

Wide open, groomed cruiser; for a longer run, continue down Broadway

Access from top of Home Run (Take Bonanza or SilverLode Express)


Home Run

3.5 miles; From the top of Bonanza Lift all the way to the Park City Base, get a feel for this side of the mountain

Access from Top of Bonanza or SilverLode Express


King Con Area

An intermediate's paradise; endless choice of groomed runs to explore

Access from King Con Express and plan to spend at least half the day

Scenic Cruiser


Enjoy the views and sneek a peak at seasoned skiers navigating the big bumps in McConkey's Bowl 

Exit McConkey's Express to the left and stay along the ridge


Crowning Glory

Made up of Upper, Middle and Lower Crowing Glory, go all the way from Peak 5 to the Tombstone Grill

Access from Peak 5, exit to the left




Medium sized bumps on gentle terrain, almost always soft and forgiving

Access from DreamScape or DreamCatcher




Steeper than Alpenglow with bigger bumps; (we love this burner after lunch at Cloud Dine)

McConkey's Bowl

Never groomed and well trodden, bumps here can be large

Access from DreamScape or DreamCatcher

Access immediately to the left from McConkey's Express



Dense trees keep the powder soft here, and its not as steep as you would lthink given the double diamond rating

Exit McConkey's Express to the left and keep going, just past McConkey's Bowl


Red Pine Chutes (Nine-Nine 90)

Pick your line and make your way down this tight area

The Chutes (Jupiter Peak)

Worth the hike, narrow and snow should be fresh

Top of Ninety-Nine 90, exit to the right and follow the ridge 

Take Jupiter Double, exit left and get ready to hike

Steep & Deep

Main Bowl

Jupiter Bowl has some of the steepest terrain at Park City

Access from Jupiter Double, exit to the right

Showing Off

McConkey's Bowl

Steep with plenty of jumps; perform and be seen here

Access immediately to the left from McConkey's Express

Fresh Powder

Pine Cone Ridge 


Hard to access and infrequently trafficed, powder sticks and it can feel like the backcountry inbounds

Hike from West Scott's Bowl to the top of Pine Cone Ridge

Access from the QuickSilver Gondola

On Mountain Dining Recommendations

Park City has 8 on mountain dining locations. For fine dining, head to the newly transformed Mid-Mountain Lodge. Red Pine Lodge is a cafeteria style spot at the top of the Red Pine Gondola, good for a quick lunch or drink. Our top picks for a tasty meal at a convenient location are here:
Mid-Mountain Lodge

Newly revamped, this former miner's boarding house has become THE place to eat on mountain. Grain bowls, rotisserie and poke bowls are just some of the elevated options. There is also a ski-in ski-out cocktail bar. The deck is dazzling on a blue sky day, complete with fire pits and sheepskin benches. Perfect after a morning in McConkey's Bowl and easily accessible from Summit Peak.  

Miner's Camp

Mostly a location play. Ideal to relax and re-fuel after a full morning on the Park City side. Easily accessible from McConkeys and the Juptier Bowl and convenient from cruising the intermediate terrain of King Con. Offers traditional ski fare - burgers, pizza and chicken nuggets. Try to get here early or late as the convenient location brings the crowds. 

Cloud Dine

Our top pick, hands down. Though on a quick glance, the menu resembles that of an average ski resort, all of the food is made to order and elevated to a level you wouldn't expect here. Located at the top of DreamCatcher and DreamScape, its easy to access from the Park City or Canyons Base. Expanded for the 2018-19, there is more room to enjoy heaping salads, deli sandwiches, pizzas and the views.  

Tombstone Grill

This fun spot brings authentic barbeque slopeside. "Beach" style seating outside is great for people watching on a sunny day, but don't worry, they have plenty of indoor seating for days when you need to warm up. At the bottom of the Tombstone Express, come here after exploring the steep and deep terrain of Ninety-Nine 90, Peak 5 and the trees under Tombstone Express.

Size / Elevation
  • Peak: 10,026 ft | 3,056m

  • Vertical Drop: 3,226 ft

  • Base: 6,800 ft | 2,073m 

  • Total Area: 7,300 acres |
    (29.5 sq km)

Terrain Overview

​Mountain Range: Wasatch

  • 17 peaks 

Highest Peaks

  • Jupiter Peak

  • Jupiter 

  • Ninety-Nine 90

  • Park City Mountain Village

  • Park City Town     

  • Canyons Village

On Mountain Dining

Lift Stats

Uphill Capacity: 31,000 ppl / hr

41 Total Lifts

  • 4   Gondolas

  • 6   High speed six packs

  • 10 High speed quads

  • 4   Quads

  • 7   Triples

  • 4   Doubles

  • 6   Surface lifts

  • 3   Minimum lifts to access peak

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