Park City Mountain Resort

World Renowned Skiing and Riding

Utah's Luxury Skiing Experience

Nowhere else in North America will you find a four-season mountain resort this large and this close to a major international airport. With non-stop flights from over 70 cities daily and a quick drive thereafter, Salt Lake International Airport is the quickest way to start your mountain adventure.
Park City is just a short, 35-minute drive from the airport, allowing you to spend your first day exploring our 7,300 acres as the country's largest resort less than an hour after arriving.

Park City was incorporated as a city in 1884 and the mountains' abundant silver veins attracted adventurers from around the world in the late 1860's. However, with falling mineral prices in the 1930's, the booming years ended and residents began "mining" the treasure on the mountains, discovering what would later be called The Greatest Snow on Earth. In 2002, Park City became a field of dreams for athletes at the Winter Olympic Games. Park City Mountain hosted four events and six of the ten U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team medals were won on the mountain. Today, Park City is a unique blend of new and old with remnants of its history still scattered across the mountain.

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With 7,300 acres and 348 trails, grooming at Park City is no small feat. Around 40 snowcats spread out across the resort over the course of two shifts per night to groom over 120 trails into the corduroy-like lines you see in the morning.

For many of the groomers, the act of smoothing the snow over in to crisp, clean lines for a fresh start each day is an art form. Creating a surface for everyone, from beginners to professional racers, to enjoy is something that the grooming team prides themselves on.

Park City features 19 different gourmet dining options in the Mountain Village alone, including 9 on-mountain restaurants. Canyons Village includes 6 more dining choices for your time spent on the slopes to create an uninterrupted day at the resort.  

Park City by the numbers

Park City opened for skiing in 1963.

Park City boasts 17 mountain peaks.

The base area of Park City has an elevation of 6,800 feet above sea level. Summit elevation is 10,026 feet.

Park City has 41 lifts and 341 runs.

Park City is a 35 minute drive from the Salt Lake International Airport.

Park City has 7,300 acres of skiable terrain.

Park City has a variety of exceptional runs which vary in skill level required making it the perfect mountain for your family vacation. 

Most Popular Lifts

  • Town Lift
  • Crescent
  • Payday
  • Bonanza Express
  • Jupiter

Most Popular Runs

  • Treasure Hollow (Intermediate)
  • Crescent (Advanced)
  • Payday (Intermediate)
  • Lost Prospector (Advanced)
  • Fortune Teller (Advanced)
Everything you need

Additional Info

  • Adult Lift Ticket

  • Child Lift Ticket

  • Senior Lift Ticket

  • Group Ski Lesson: Adult

  • Group Ski Lesson: Child

  • Private Lesson


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