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Park City Mountain Resort at-a-glance

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    975

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Quick info

Stay....in downtown Park City for easy access to nightlife, shopping and dining or in the quieter, more family-friendly Canyons Village.
Ski...at a top elevation of 10,026 atop Jupiter Bowl.
Travel...by flying directly into Salt Lake City for ultimate convenience.
Enjoy…breathtaking views of the Wasatch Range.
Explore…former 2002 Winter Olympic venues.
Learn…about Park City’s mining history.
Taste…180+ awesome restaurants from pubs and grills to sushi and fine dining.
Treat…yourself to a ritual at the Waldorf Astoria Spa.
Experience…cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snow tubing—a few examples of Park City’s many winter activities.

The all new Park City Mountain Resort

New during 2015-16 ski season, Park City Mountain and Canyons were connected, to create the largest ski resort in the United States. Canyons' staggering 4,000 acres were joined to Park City Mountain Resort via the Quicksilver Gondola, and together the two areas offer 7,300 acres of world-class terrain. This has been an excellent development for skiers looking for a wider variety of lodging and terrain options on a Park City ski vacation. Now skiers and snowboarders can choose between staying in the buzzing, historic downtown Park City or the quieter, slopeside accommodations at Canyons Village with easier access to whichever type of terrain their heart desires.

Canyons Village and Park City Mountain's close locale accommodate everyone's off-mountain interests, from world-class dining, ample shopping, several live music and performing arts venues to the annual Sundance Film Festival and a vibrant bar and nightclub scene. Park City is renowned for its nightlife, but the après-ski scene in Canyons' base village is not to be missed either. Renovations have transformed the base area, specifically the Ski Beach area, into a popular après-ski hang out—especially on sunny afternoons.

Learn more about the all new Park City Mountain Resort by reading our "Guide to the Park City Canyons connection."

Ski Park City Mountain Resort

Ranked as one of the top resorts for families year in and year out by SKI Magazine, Park City Mountain has a lot to offer for active families looking to make memories. The intermediate terrain and world-class groomed runs make it one of the best resorts to arch fast turns on cruisers, and jibbers of all levels have world-class terrain parks to enjoy. The new gondola connection makes it even easier for guests to access the Canyons' side more prevalent advanced and expert terrain, so every level of skier or snowboarder in your family or group can experience their ideal terrain on a Park City Mountain Resort ski vacation.

Downtown Park City

One of the things that downtown Park City is known for is hosting the annual film fete, Sundance. The world-famous film festival has planted its roots in Park City because of the fun, rustic atmosphere, delicious restaurants, and lavish hotels and condos that are scattered throughout downtown.

Even when Hollywood’s stars aren’t vacationing in Park City, the downtown scene is lively. Downtown Park City is a blend of contemporary and historic. There’s a ski bridge and Town Lift that joins the rustic town with the modern ski resort, illustrating how inter-connected the mountain and town truly are. 

Park City Mountain Resort Ski Vacation Packages

If Park City Mountain Resort sounds like the winter destination you've been dreaming of, start the booking process today. You can begin by using searching our online Park City lodging inventory. Use the filters to narrow down the options based on your budget and preferences. You can also book your flights, ground transfers, lift tickets, lessons and equipment rental online. Or if you'd prefer, leave the heavy-lifting to Ski.com's knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists. They can help you customize your ideal Park City Mountain Resort ski vacation package, including accommodations, air travel, ground transportation, lift tickets, ski or snowboard rentals, activities to events around town and more.

Start by requesting a free, custom Park City Mountain Resort ski vacation quote, or call or chat with one of our Specialists; they're standing by!

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From air, lodging and excursions to ground transfers, lift tickets and equipment rentals, We will manage all your trip components so you and your group can get the most out of your time playing in the mountains and building memories that will last a lifetime.

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1-800-908-5000

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Customer Reviews (26)

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What the experts are saying

Melanie Bugbee
Melanie Bugbee
Mountain Vacation Specialist
1-800-908-5000 X 3192
4.5
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terri bailey
05/05/2016

Fabulous family ski vacation

Beautiful mountain. Plenty of beginner & intermediate skiing for all skill levels. Awesome gondolas. Great food, huge servings, expensive (lesser portions & lesser prices suggested). Fun town. Free public transportation. Close to airport.
L T White
22/03/2016

Great skiing experience

Ski rental from Breeze, next to the hotel was easy and service was good.
As for the skiing - conditions were good, powder on the last day was fabulous! So many slopes to choose from and never much of a queue for the lifts. Park City lifts were better than at the Canyons as they have foot rests. There were plenty of guides and ski patrol people to get advice from and generally there was a good atmosphere about the place! We would happily stay there and ski in the Canyons/Park City again!
Andrew Feldman
27/02/2016

Very nice!

We really enjoyed it. Great snow, and very funny climate. It was firmly above freezing through the length of our stay. No snow in the city whatsoever. However, as soon as you step onto the mountain, as if by magic, you are on a thick layer of snow. Not crowded at all, except maybe on Saturday. The staff is super helpful and organized, which was especially noticeable after our stay at Mont Tremblant just a couple months ago. The RFID chips they use for lift tickets are wonderful too: it's hidden in your inner pocket, and you are no longer afraid to lose it.

4 stars and not 5 due to the following issues.
1. They closed the entire mountain on Thursday due to wind. OK, but by about 3PM the winds subsided. We hoped they'd open the mountain for night skiing, but no such luck (although the lights did come on). No compensation was offered, which at $100 per person per day (after discount) is a bit painful.
2. This is very subjective, and mostly applies to the Canyons. Despite the huge acreage and a great variety of terrain, there is no long Blue/Green path from the top to the bottom. A lot of runs are rather flat "roads". This is in contrast to, say, Whiteface, which is a lot smaller, but has about the same vertical drop and you can ski that entire vertical drop as a single run.
25/02/2016

Perfect

Mountains are beautiful, lifts are plentiful, everyone working on the mountain was helpful.
Carlos Estefo
24/02/2016

Nice ski vacations

The main trouble was the bad service of Quick Silver Gondola. Twice leave bellow because its close suddenly without previous notice and early its close time. We didn't have response by staff and we had to leave by the Canyons and take a full people bus of public transport to Park City base.
I like so much mainly the Canyons's trails. I believe that this issue will be arrange on the future, but at the moment at 2:30PM is exhausting to continue skiing just to leave the mountain.
Janet Loritz
18/02/2016

Canyons Village Stay

We very much enjoyed our stay at Park City- Canyons Sundial resort. The condominium was clean and service was excellent.

The Canyons village is small so we found ourselves going into Park City via the shuttle service most nights of our 7-night stay. It takes about 30 minutes to get to Main Street. If you don't mind the time, it works well and you do not have the hassle of parking.

We are folks who must have a hot tub after skiing. Apparently these are hard to find in Park City or we would probably have preferred to just stay in Park City.

We are blue skiers and found Park City runs longer and easier to navigate than the Canyons. Deer Valley had the best snow and runs (we hit conditions of hard pack and sun every day) but it has limited terrain.

All in all, a great trip and if you need a hot tub, the Sundial Lodge is the best, most conveniently located property to the gondola, cabriolet and Canyons base.
Tom Chapman
18/02/2016

Super Bowl Weekend

The only thing missing from the resort was fresh snow- Mother Nature's fault.

The resort was clean and the employees were friendly. Enjoyed the new connecting gondola so we could connect to Canyons. There were plenty of groomed runs as well as nicely maintained trails to access some of the back bowls at both mountains.
Jason Thompson
16/02/2016

Great selection of blue and black runs.

We spent 4 days on the slopes and got to explore a majority of the mountain. We preferred the Canyons side over the Park City side, but both were a lot of fun. Canyons had more runs to offer and also had more of the high speed lifts. The only drawback to Park City-Canyons is the layout. It can be challenging to get from one area to another. We actually found a couple lifts that didn't have a good way of skiing/boarding back to the bottom of that same lift. The best part of Park City-Canyons is the size and number of good blue runs. Second best thing is that it wasn't very busy even though being in peak season.
The Webber
15/02/2016

Mountain review

Great terrain, great lifts, great sun decks, and great apres ski. I would ski here again.
Joan
30/01/2016

Great experience, but expensive

I am from Europe and was my first time at the Rocky Mountains. The snow was exactly like I have dreamt!!! Lifts work well, the resort was not crowded (even it was MLK weekend) and the slopes are quite wide to enjoy them a lot, very well indicated and supported by the staff.
But the price for one day ticket is prohibitive for those coming from Europe (125$/day) where the prices are cheaper for resorts even bigger than this.

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Expert reviews are written by our seasoned mountain vacation specialists based on their first-hand experiences.

Reviews

Melanie Bugbee
Melanie Bugbee
Mountain Vacation Specialist
1-800-908-5000
X 3192

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I was very fortunate spend time in Park City  this past February and again in June. One of the many things that made this such a memorable experience was the feel of the town.  It was lively and interesting. The history of the town is seen everywhere from its days as a booming mining town to it emergence into a top rated ski town. The culture is everywhere. The people were friendly, courteous and extremely welcoming.   

If you get an opportunity to ride the mountain coaster, take it, regardless of summer or winter. I did it during both visits and it was a blast! Te resort has something for everyone no matter what you like or what your budget is.

Oh and if you have a chance to get over to Deer Valley visit the St Regis J&G Grill and try the 7452* Bloody Mary. It’s amazing and you can adjust to suite your own spiciness with a pipette full of Worcestershire and Tabasco!  (7,452 is the resorts altitude). Or stop by the Glitretind Restaurant at the Stein Eriksen for breakfast and indulge in the Chef’s signature breakfast - Norwegian Potato and Bacon Pancake with poached egg, cranberries and a Jarlsberg cheese sauce – it was truly heaven in pancake form.  

Niki Harris
Niki Harris
Mountain Vacation Specialist
1-800-908-5000
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Great resort for families

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I've really enjoyed Park City during the winter, especially during weekdays when the crowds are a little smaller. Sundance can pack the streets of Old Town, but oftentimes that's a great time to hit the slopes, as most are celebrity spotting or viewing films. There's lots of terrain for beginners and intermediates, as well as plenty of tough trails for experts.

One of the big benefits of Park City Mountain Resort is that it's not just a winter destination! Last week I experienced a few of the activities from a full spectrum of choices - the Alpine Slide and the Alpine Coaster were my favorites - and it was terrific! Definitely a resort to check out during all seasons.

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