Carve into Utah’s famous powder and experience the most varied terrain Utah has to offer at Park City mountain resort. It’s a lively place, with 100 trails suitable for all abilities, from double black diamond bowls to a long, gentle green trail winding down from the summit to the base, plus four terrain parks and a World Championship Superpipe.
Park City Mountain Resort is based in the town of Park City, Utah, which is also the base for several other ski resorts, including Deer Valley and The Canyons. The resort is generally considered an inexpensive place to stay, and represents good value for money.
From the town you can access the main skiing and boarding area via two high-speed six-passenger lifts, which take all of 12 minutes from bottom to top. There are 3,300 acres (1,335 ha) of skiable terrain, including eight bowls, and skiers of all abilities will be able to find something for them anywhere on the mountain.
There's floodlit night skiing from Christmas Day to the end of the season, and in January each year the Sundance Film Festival brings a different kind of visitor.