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Park City Mountain Resort at-a-glance

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Family Holiday


Intermediate Skiing


Mountain Stats

  • Skiable Area:

    7300

    acres
  • Vertical Drop:

    3198

    ft
  • Snowfall:

    0

    in

Current Weather

29°F

High:37°F
Low:26°F
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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

As of 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

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 Ski Packages

If Park City Mountain Resort sounds like the winter destination you've been dreaming of, start the booking process today. We're here to help you make the process easy as possible. You can book your entire Park City ski package, including:

  • Lodging. Choose from 204 lodging options. Popular Searches: Discounted Lodging | Luxury | Ski In Ski Out | Pet-Friendly | Hot Tub
  • Lift Tickets. Ski.com can save you up to 40% on window prices. Call for lift tickets!
  • Flights. We work domestically and internationally with United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, SWISS, Air France, Alitalia, LAN and more.
  • Ground Transportation. Options include rental cars with top providers, like Budget, Hertz and Avis, private cars, private shuttles or shared shuttles.
  • Snowsports School. We've got beginners to experts covered with award-winning snowsports schools at every destination we work with.
  • Equipment Rentals. Pre-arrange your rentals or demos with us. Options include in-store pick-up or delivery service right to where you're staying.
  • Activities. Dog sledding, snow tubing, ice skating, Nordic skiing, snowmobiling...the list goes on. We can make it all happen for you.

Request A Group Quote

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.

Call Us At

1-800-908-5000

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Customer Reviews (44)

Overall Customer Experience*

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What the experts are saying

Melanie Bugbee
Melanie Bugbee
Mountain Vacation Specialist
1-800-908-5000 X 3192
4.5
Excellent

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Catherine Zickos
30/03/2017

Park city Utah

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Park City. Booking with Ski.com made it easy and less stress on us. Fantastic restaurants!! we went out every night except for one. Loved getting to walk around town and enjoy all the pretty views. The people working around park city and the lifts were always so sweet and caring to us.
F Hughson
29/03/2017

Great vacation - first time at Park City-Canyons

My family of four (two almost-adult children, two parents) had a great time at Park City-Canyons. In the past we've skied at Alta and Big Sky, so Park City was a different type of experience. However, the scale and variety of the place was quite outstanding, and we would return in the future.
Matt Mauller
26/03/2017

Great Mountain and very friendly service

Canyons has some amazing terrain despite the warm weather.
Carol McCall
20/03/2017

Wonderful family ski trip

Great mountain! Very large and crowded, but lots of options of trails to keep it exciting at every skill level and the set-up is efficient to move and organize so many people. This was my girls' second year skiing, and they loved it (they are 7 and 9 years old). We did 2 days of ski school and the instructors were phenomenal. Facilities were updated and clean, helpful staff. Was very expensive ($25 for a burger in one restaurant on the mountain), but that's typical for these resorts.
David Miller
19/03/2017

Long weekend at Wyndham Park City

Canyons and Park City are great - hadn't been to canyons in 10+ years and had forgotten that it has a lot of cat tracks vs wide open runs. Park City, on the other hand, is great wide runs. You can hit a lift and make turns for hours.
LW
24/02/2017

Perfect day skiing at Park City!

Skiied one day at Park City and it was great! Lots of powder!
Jennifer Flanders
23/02/2017

Enjoyed our stay...but not a lot of restaurant, bar and shops to choose from

There are very limited shops and restaurants, making dinner waits very long (even with only 4-5 of us at a time). Even the market was very limited in its choices of food, etc.
Thomas Patterson
15/02/2017

good

fun, good weather, good snow, nice resort. XXXXXXXX
Steven Black
11/02/2017

Awesome Mountain

We had a great time skiing Park City and The Canyons. Having both mountains now linked with the Gondola was key. Crowds were minimal. We went to Deer Valley last day which was crowded and not as great a mountain to ski compared to Park City. The trail signage at Park City/Canyons was lacking. Difficult to find several black trails on the map but not marked on the slopes.
Stewart Eisenberg
10/02/2017

Canyons was convenient to the hotel but had almost no beginner trails. It was impossible to get back to the hotel to make it ski in ski out inless you were a very competent skier. To get to Park City over the new gondola was also very difficult if not impossible. It took almost an hour to navigate the mountain to accomplish this and we weren't even there during peak vacation times.

Not good at all. Canyons was convenient to the hotel but had almost no beginner trails. It was impossible to get back to the hotel to make it ski in ski out unless you were a very competent skier. To get to Park City over the new gondola was also very difficult if not impossible. It took almost an hour to navigate the mountain to accomplish this and we weren't even there during peak vacation times.

Expert Reviews (2)

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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

Check it out

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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
X 3307

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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