Park City Mountain Resort

Park City, Utah
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Type: Lift-serviced / Resort

Posted by: Matt S on July 5, 2011


This expansive resort boats 3,300 skiable acres of terrain spread over 8 different peaks and 9 snowbowls. The area receives 365 inches of average annual snowfall so powder is never in short supply.

Park City Mountain Resort has a summit elevation of 10,000 feet and a base elevation of 6,900 feet. 114 trails descend the 3,100 feet of vertical drop and are rated 17% easier, 52% more difficult, and 31% most difficult.

16 lifts service the trails at an uphill capacity of 30,200 people per hour. The longest trail, Homerun, is 3.5 miles long. Other trails include The Hoist, Keystone, and Rosebud.

Skiing (Downhill), Snow Tubing, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling



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mtbikerchick   Blue Square
February 17, 2012
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I recently spent 3 days in Utah skiing - one of those days at Park City Resort. We parked and walked about 20 yards to a lift that allowed us to access all kinds of trails from the top of it. The groomed blue runs had a nice steep pitch, the black bump runs mostly had nicely spaced bumps and the lifts were fast fast fast! 14 runs between about 10 a.m and 3 p.m. The best thing about Park City is that almost every lift has every kind of run - there are greens, blues and blacks everywhere! The whole family can start together and then meet back at the lift together. It's easy to find your way around and to make your way from one lift area to another. I can't wait to get back during a big storm to ski the Jupiter area!
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