PARK CITY RESORT GUIDE

Park City
Overview
Mountain Guide
Après Ski

Park City Resort Overview


The largest ski resort in North America, Park City spans 7,300+ acres and has over 340 trails. Park City earned this position after merging with neighbor, The Canyons in 2015. Only 40 minutes from Salt Lake City, Park City is one of the most accessible resorts from almost anywhere. Snowfall is a reliable 355 inches annually and the base depth averages 46 inches. The terrain offers incredible variety. Over 40% of slopes are intermediates. Experts, don't worry, there is plenty of steep and deep terrain, head to the Super Condor Express or 9,990 on the Canyons side or McConkey’s and Jupiter Bowl on the Park City side. With 8 terrain parks, snowboarders are welcome, unlike at next door neighbor, Deer Valley


The base of Park City is in the heart of the historic mining town of Park City. The Canyons Village Base has more parking and is only 5 minutes from Kimball Junction. The ski school is excellent, and rigorous, offering full day mountain programs for children as young as three. The surrounding area has an amazing selection of accommodations with hotels and single family homes, many of which have ski on ski off access. The Epic Local Pass is the key to maximizing value here – it offers unlimited days and is perfect for anyone able to navigate peak periods.


> View our favorite ski shops in Park City

CLOSED for the season

Snow Reliability

Snow-Making & Grooming

Ski School

Travel Convenience

Accommodations

Terrain Variety

On Mountain Dining