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Our Favorite Trails at Park City Mountain

Park City Mountain Resort is one of the most popular ski and snowboard resorts in the country. As you plan your time on Park City Mountain’s famous slopes, enjoying the fresh air and beautiful scenery dotted with historic mining buildings, check out some of our favorite trails for all ability levels. There’s a run for everyone at Park City Mountain!

Best Green Trails at Park City Mountain

  • Home Run: Named because it stretches 3.5 miles from the top of the Bonanza lift all the way to the base area, Home Run is a perfect way for beginners to get a look at a number of different areas of Park City Mountain
  • Claim Jumper: Serviced by the hi-speed Silverload Six-Pack, turn laps on this groomed cruiser, or if you’d like a longer run, connect with Broadway down to the bottom of the King Con lift.

Best Blue Trails at Park City Mountain

  • King Con Area: An intermediate skier’s paradise, the King Con lift offers 14 different blue and double-blue trails. You could spend the whole day here and not take the same run twice!
  • Single Jack: Cruise down Single Jack, accessed from the Thaynes or Motherload lifts, and get a close-up look at Park City’s mining history.
  • Georgeanna: While your crazier friends tackle McConkey’s Bowl, enjoy Georgeanna and if you’re feeling edgy, ski up to the boundary at the top and stick one foot into Deer Valley! For more of a challenge, finish the run by taking on the steep finish of Tycoon.

Best Black Trails at Park City Mountain

  • Jupiter Lift: There’s always untouched powder to be found off of the Jupiter lift, especially if you’re willing to hike up to Scott’s Bowl or Pinecone Ridge.
  • Fool’s Gold: Fool’s Gold offers some bumps with a pitch that’s perfect for someone starting to get comfortable in the moguls. To find some powder, duck into the trees of Motherlode Meadows to the left of the trail.
  • Blue Slip Bowl: This previously off-limits bowl got its name from the former Park City Mountain employees who were caught ducking the ropes and handed the resort’s version of a pink slip at the bottom. Now open to all, enjoy the trail so good that people were willing to risk their jobs over it.

As you plan your ski or snowboard trip to Park City Mountain, use Park City Lodging to find the perfect place to stay. With accommodations available in the Park City Mountain area, in downtown Park City or at Deer Valley and Canyons resorts, Park City Lodging will find you a spot to fit your needs!