Park City Mountain

Host of the 2002 Winter Olympics, Park City Mountain Resort is located 23 miles (43 km) from Salt Lake International Airport and has delivered wide smiles to skiers, snowboarders, and families for over 50 years. It is the largest ski resort and snowmaking system in the US and offers more than 7,300 acres of skiable terrain.

The world-class skiing and snowboarding offers something for everyone across Park City Mountain and the Canyons, which were independent ski areas until they merged in 2015 to form the largest ski area in the US.

The area is famous for abundant dry light Utah powder snow and opened on December 21, 1963, as Treasure Mountain. Originally a Silver Mining Town, the ski resort was designed and built to revive the town, and when it first opened, guests would ride a special Skier’s Subway through 2.5 miles (4.0 km) inside the mountain on a mine train. From there, they would climb into a mining elevator that carried them up the remaining 1,750 feet (530 m) to the surface to access the skiing.

Today it’s a lot easier with high-speed lifts through the resort. The town also hosts the famous Sundance Film Festival Each Year.

Why Choose Park City Mountain Resort For Your Ski Vacation?

The Largest Ski Area In The US

Designed For Family Fun

35 Minute Transfer From Salt Lake International Airport

Home Of The US Ski Team

Rich Mining History And Main Street

Host Of The Sundance Film Festival

Park City Mountain Resort Key Statistics

Beginner Runs 7%

Intermediate Runs 49%

Advanced Runs 44%

Summit Elevation 10,026 ft (3,056 m)

Ski Area 7,300 Ac / 2954 ha

Park City Mountain Resort At A Glance

The best value lift passes is one of the EPIC lift pass options. You can learn about the various EPIC Lift pass options to ski and ride Park City here.

You can purchase EPIC and Park City Mountain Resort 1 -7 day ski passes through us.

Top 5 Things To Do In Park City Mountain Resort

  1. Skiing & Riding 7,300+ Acres Of Unbelievably Excellent Terrain
  2. Visit The Free Utah Olympic Park
  3. Snow Tubing At Woodwood Park City
  4. Explore Historic Main Street
  5. Alpine Coaster & Slide
  6. Visit Park City Museum


Estimated Ski Season Opening Dates

November 21st and Season Closing April 7th. can arrange your Park City ski vacation packages including Park City Lodging, Park City lift tickets, Park City transfers, Park City lessons, and Park City rentals.

Learn more and build your Park City ski vacation package here…

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