Park City Mountain Resort
Park City Mountain Resort is situated in the heart of Utah's Wasatch Mountains, only 37 miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport.
The one word that best describes Park City Mountain Resort's terrain is variety. As Utah's largest ski area, both in terms of skiable acreage and lift capacity, Park City's 100 trails and 750 acres of open bowl skiing offer terrain to please every ability level and taste.
Experts seeking the steep and deep can immerse themselves in the deep powder caches of Park City's legendary Jupiter, Scott's and Blueslip Bowls. Nature's bounty is augmented with Park City's $10 million snowmaking system that guarantees excellent early and late-season conditions. Park City Mountain Resort can now cover more than 475 acres with snowmaking.
Night skiing is offered seven nights a week on Payday, the longest lighted run in the Rockies, as well as First Time, a special area just for beginners. Night skiing generally operates from Christmas through the end of March.
Legacy Lodge, a 54,000 square-foot base lodge, is designed to reflect Park City's rich mining history. The lodge includes a food court-style restaurant featuring a pasta bar, grill, specialty sandwiches, bakery, espresso bar, Mexican food bar and more.
The past has been preciously preserved in Park City. In fact, the entire Main Street district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Century-old buildings have been meticulously restored and now house shops, restaurants and lodges.
From deep powder bowls to long groomed runs, gentle beginner slopes to steep chutes and mogul runs, Park City has it all.