Park City and its surrounding mountain resorts offer an ideal, year-round, playground for you and your traveling companions. Located 32 miles from the Salt Lake International Airport, fly in and ski the same day. Explore over 9,300 acres of skiable terrain. In the summer bring your bike and ride 400+ miles of single track trail that meander through each mountain resort. Join us on November 22nd as winter season opens at Park City Mountain, November 27th at Snowbasin, December 6th at Sundance, and December 7th at Deer Valley Resort.
There is only one. Park City. Vail Resorts has linked two of North America’s greatest ski areas – creating the largest resort in the United States with 7,300 acres of skiable terrain. Skiers and snowboarders of all levels will be thrilled with the terrain that Park City has to offer, from the steeps of 9990 and Jupiter Peak to the long groomers off the orange bubble express, skiers and riders will find exactly what they are looking for in a Utah ski adventure. Access the resort from chairlifts at the two Village base areas or from the unique Town Lift which uploads and downloads right on historic Main Street.
Deer Valley Resort
Deer Valley Resort revolutionized the ski industry by being the first North American resort to provide the same first-class service you would find at a five-star hotel. Deer Valley Resort continues to innovate new ways to better their guests’ experience. Guests will experience ski valets, complimentary day/ overnight ski storage and an award-winning ski school. With 2,026 total skiable acres, you are likely to find plenty of untracked snow, incredible chair access and comfort. Deer Valley Resort limits the number of lift tickets sold to 7,500 daily to minimize crowding and ensure an exceptional ski experience. Deer Valley Resort is a skier only resort, no snowboarding allowed.
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Snowbasin Resort, located in Utah, is one of the most accessible ski resorts in North America, less than 40 minutes from the Salt Lake International Airport and only 50 minutes from Park City. It was the host venue for the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympic alpine events, including downhill, combined (downhill and slalom) and super-G with men’s and women’s downhill courses still in place for guests to experience. Snowbasin is regularly top-rated by Ski Magazine in the categories of Accessibility, Service, On-Mountain Food, Lifts and Grooming. It offers families and outdoor enthusiasts a variety of activities and features championship-level skiing and riding, with nearly 3,000 skiable acres, an average snowfall of over 300 inches, and 3,000 vertical feet. Consistently recognized as one of the best family resorts in North America, Snowbasin Resort is one of the oldest continuously operating ski resorts in the nation. In the summer Snowbasin offers scenic gondola rides, hiking, biking, free Blues, Brews & BBQ concerts, mini-golf, free movie nights, and more, making Snowbasin the perfect year round destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Snowbasin Resort is a member of the Grand America Hotels and Resorts family.
Drive from Salt Lake City and 45 minutes from Park City. Mountain recreation includes skiing, snowboarding, night skiing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter and hiking, biking and horseback riding in summer and year-round world class fly-fishing on the Provo River. In the Spring of 2015, Sundance opened Utah’s longest Zipline with a vertical drop of 2100 feet. Other activities include an outdoor summer theater, a spa, and classes in the Art Studio.
Woodward Park City
Woodward Park City is a world-class, year-round action sports destination in one of the greatest outdoor regions in the world. Woodward Park City has a fully integrated campus made up of a state-of-the-art action sports hub and more than 60 acres of action sports and mountain parks that encourages intuitive growth and safe progression. Woodward Park City has lift-accessed snowboarding, skiing and mountain biking as well as indoor and outdoor facilities for skateboarding, BMX, scooter, parkour and cheer. Woodward Park City also offers tubing serviced by two surface lifts with the longest lanes in Utah. For passionate action sports athletes of all ages and abilities to play and train everyday, Woodward Park City is open 365 days and nights all year.
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Other Northern Utah Resorts
With amazing terrain and ample amounts of the “greatest snow on earth”, the Cottonwood Canyons offer four other Utah ski destinations within an hour of Park City. Snowbird and Alta are located in Little Cottonwood Canyon and Solitude and Brighton are located in Big Cottonwood Canyon. Additionally, about an hour and half from Park City, you can explore Powder Mountain and Nordic Valley. Talk to our reservations team or concierge to book transportation for a day trip to one of these resorts.