Park City Mountain Resort Lift Tickets

The best value lift tickets to ski and snowboard Park City is to pre-purchase your lift tickets. The reason for this is because if you leave your lift ticket purchases till the last minute, then purchasing your Park City lift ticket at the resort is the most expensive way to go about it.

There are two main Park City lift ticket options for you to ski and ride Park City.

Lift Ticket Options At Park City

Option 1: Is to purchase an EPIC pass option, however, these passes are only sold for a limited time and go off sale later November or early December each season. Details of the various EPIC options are below.

Option 2: Pre-purchase your Park City lift tickets from a travel business that has access to discounted (off the walk-up ticket window prices). These passes need to be purchased as part of a package deal and will save you time (from having to line up) and money.

Park City Mountain Resort day lift tickets are pre-sold and packaged by SkiBookings in day and multi-day lift tickets for adults (13-64), child (5-12), and senior 65+.

The best value lift ticket prices are pre-purchased lift tickets.

What Your Park City Lift Tickets Get You – How Is The Skiing & Riding?

In a word – awesome!

You are definitely going to want to invest in a lift pass for Park City. Your lift ticket gives you instant access to the largest ski resort in the US with 7,300 acres of exceptional terrain. Any of the lift tickets we sell will get you access from Park City Main Street, Park City Mountain Village, or Canyons Village.

Given Park City mountain is one of the best ski areas in North America with a great blend of beginner, intermediate and expert terrain make it a great way to entertain the whole family with one of the many lift tickets on offer.

The ski season runs from late November to April.

EPIC Pass Options

EPIC passes require getting in early (before Nov / Dec) and ordering one of the EPIC options that meets your needs. The key to saving money is to invest in one of these non-refundable pre-season pass type products as the walk-up window prices in season are expensive, so you have been warned.

EPIC Pass – Unlimited access with no blackout dates

This is your season pass and is the best value if you plan on skiing as much as you can this winter.

EPIC Local Pass – Offers Access All Season With Holiday Blackouts A Limits On Days At Some Partner Resorts

This is your value pass if the limits at some partner resorts and the holiday blackout days don’t affect you.

EPIC Day Pass – With or without holiday restrictions

The Epic Day Pass is a non-refundable season pass product offered in advance of the season that offers a discount of up to 68% off lift ticket window prices. Day Passes allows you to customize your pass by choosing exactly the number of multi day tickets you want, from 1 day to 7 days, and whether or not to add holiday access. Days do not need to be used consecutively. When purchased with holiday access, the Epic Day Pass allows guests to ski and ride any day(s) throughout the season and can be used at any of Vail Resorts’ North American-owned and operated resorts.

There are several EPIC options that could work for you. Pass holders also get special discounts but be aware some passes have blackout dates.

We have prepared a completed EPIC Pass explained guide for you.

Other Lift Tickets Things To Be Aware Of

Park City Resort is accessed via Salt Lake City International Airport. Park City Resort is next to Deer Valley Resort. You can’t ski and ride with your Park City Resort ticket at Deer Valley Resort. You need to buy your Deer Valley Resort lift ticket. It is possible to ski over from Park City to Deer Valley, but you will need a Deer Valley lift ticket to be able to ride their lifts. At Park City ski the number of lift is 43. The tickets you purchase are good for Park City Resort. Just be aware if you plan on skiing and snowboarding at Park City you are going to need tickets, tickets, and more tickets!