Park City

Park City

About the Resort

A huge resort which makes up the largest ski area in the USA, you’ve got an extensive 7300 acres to discover in Park City.  Originally a historic silver mining city, it was once the location for the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics too, and continues to offer a great array of skiing

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The Park City piste map is split into seven different zones for you to explore.  The home ski area is Park City Mountain Resort.  With a huge variety of skiing experiences on offer for all levels of skier, no one will fail to be bored at Park City.  You’ll find eight peaks and nine bowls on offer here.  Starting with beginners, there’s a great Park City ski school which offers small group classes of five students or less.  Make sure you visit Homerun which is a superb beginners’ run; it goes from the top of the Pioneer Lift right down to the bottom of the mountain.  Read More

When you’re looking at Park City ski accommodation, you’ll find a good choice of locations that are not too far from the slopes.  For Park City hotels, there are a lot of larger ones which are found around the main base.  Read More

Park City is known for its excellent snowfall all year round.  And its closeness to the desert means you’re more likely to enjoy less harsh and icy blasts on the Park City slopes. Read More

Head for the Mountain Resort slope-side lodge development and you’ll find the plaza.  Here you’ll find some shops to explore, plus some Park City bars and restaurants, and an outdoor ice rink.  It’s got quite an urban feel to it, however if you’re looking for some real atmosphere, make sure you head for Main Street. Read More

Info about the above heading, great facts etc !!!!!

It’s worth bearing in mind that up until 2009 Utah had a law that you had to be a member of a venue before you could drink there, owing to the area being the central location for Mormonism.  Although the rulings have been relaxed, you’re still not allowed to have two alcoholic drinks at one time.  Read More

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Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Snowboarding
Apres-ski
Non-ski
Resort Charm
Shopping
Eating

Ratings

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Highlights

+USA’s biggest ski resort

+The town has a lot to offer, Shopping, bars, restaurants and many activities.

+High quality lift system.

+Easy access to Deer Valley as well.

Things to think about

-Can be very pricey for accommodation and along main street.

-Large, busy resort lacking in charm.

Ski Passes

Adult

$148

$292

$432

$568

$700

$828

Child

$95

$186

$276

$364

$450

$528

What's Included

Park City Pass
Childs Pass 5-12 Years

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Ski Area
7300 Acres

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

Expert

8%
41%
28%
23%
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

3055m
2072m
2072m
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43

Lifts

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6

Snow

Park

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$828

Ski Pass

6 Days

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20 November ’20
4 April ’21
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Bowling
Ice Rink
Indoor Pool
Gym

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10+ hrs

Flight Times

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Nearest Airport

Salt Lake City | 37.7miles | 54mins

Flights

Accommodation

Booking.com

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