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Park City Mountain - Not Your Average Ski Resort

Park City Mountain is not your average ski resort. It’s a place of vast terrain where beginners and experts alike can feel at home. It’s for the people who want to come and challenge themselves, who want to experience it for the first time, who want to come back year after year and see something new every single visit. With over 7,300 acres of terrain including 330+ trails, 42 lifts and 6 terrain parks, Park City Mountain offers a place for everyone to belong. Dedicated learning areas like High Meadow Park are perfect for beginners of all ages. Adventure-seekers can challenge themselves on the high-alpine terrain of Jupiter Peak, Ninety-Nine 90 or Pinecone Ridge.

Park City Mountain Village connects world-class terrain to a vibrant mountain town main street. Ski directly from the slopes to Park City Main Street to enjoy dining, shopping, après ski and more. Easily head back up the mountain on Town Lift to enjoy more skiing and snowboarding, or end your day at High West Saloon, the world’s first and only ski-in gastro-distillery.

Located just 35-minutes from Salt Lake International Airport, Canyons Village at Park City is a guest-centric pedestrian village with world-class lodging including the Grand Summit Hotel, a RockResort, a variety of dining options, shopping, spas and more. New in 2022-23 Canyons Village will debut a new ski beach featuring heated pavers, fire pits and soft seating areas, and will facilitate access from the slopes to the Canyons Village forum.

With two dedicated learning areas for guests and locals alike to hone their skills, Park City Mountain is one of the best places in the country to learn how to ski or snowboard. High Meadow Park is the perfect spot for anyone to start their experience of learning to ski or ride. Conveniently located mid-way up the mountain near the top of the Red Pine Gondola, High Meadow Park offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and easy access to Red Pine Lodge. Guests will find a wide-open, gently-graded learning slope designed exclusively for beginner skiers and snowboarders and three new adventure trails for easy progression. Similar to High Meadow Park, First Time Park offers skiers and snowboarders a dedicated learning area conveniently located in the Park City Mountain Village. The area features enclosed surface conveyors and beginner terrain for Ski & Snowboard School participants as well as easy access to the First Time Lift for easy progression.

Park City Mountain offers more than just skiing and snowboarding. As guests make their way across the resort, they have the opportunity to enjoy unique dining experiences at nine different on-mountain restaurants. A few must-stops on your foodie tour of Park City Mountain: Tombstone BBQ, where guests can relax in the sun as they enjoy a mouth-watering house-smoked pork or brisket sandwich. Looking to experience some mountain history while you dine? Ski on over to Mid-Mountain Lodge, which is housed in a renovated 19th century ski-in, ski-out miner’s boarding house, complete with cozy fire pit tables on the deck. For the best views of the Wasatch over an elegant table-served meal, look no further than Lookout Cabin, located near Park City’s iconic Orange Bubble Express. Need a quick fuel-up with your ski group before jumping on the Quicksilver Gondola? Miner’s Camp offers a large quick-service dining option in a beautiful mountain lodge setting.

From intimate moments to big celebrations, Park City is the best place to experience events and activities that span the mountain to the town streets and beyond. This season, we are delighted to host special events as a cornerstone of the winter experience in Park City. With lively après-ski music, fireworks, festive holiday celebrations and more - Park City is where moments turn to memories.

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