Park City Ski Resorts at a Glance
In 2002, Park City hosted the Winter Olympic Games, so it should be no surprise that all three of our resorts live up to world-class standards. Each resort offers their own unique experience, you’ll find great skiing and riding for all abilities, from bunny hills to extreme chutes and everything in between. In addition to enjoying the “Greatest Snow on Earth”, guests will find a plethora of both summer and winter activities at each resort to keep everyone entertained! If you are searching for Park City lodging and wish to have a more private couple or group experience, contact us and we can help you find the perfect rental, hotel or condo!
Park City Mountain Resort
Park City Mountain Resort offers a little something for everyone! A fantastic place to take families, guests will find a few unexpected on-slope amenities. Try your skills in the official NASTAR ski race course, located on the lower portion of the mountain. For adrenaline junkies, Park City has cooked up four of the best terrain parks you’ll find anywhere – voted #1 by Transworld Snowboarding Magazine five years running. If you’ve ever wanted to experience what Olympic athletes experienced in 2002, Park City offers the Eagle Superpipe right in the location it stood for the 2002 games! If bluebird days aren’t enough for you, you’ll be happy to find that the resort offers night skiing under the lights. While enjoying the diverse terrain, you may want to hook up with a Mountain Host for a tour of the resort, or even an historical tour that will take you on a trip back in time re-visiting the history of the resort and how it was interwoven with the rich mining history of the area. Don’t miss out on the Mountain Coaster or the Eagle Zip Line that will swoosh you down the mountain while watching the skiers below. Finally, make sure you take note of the Signature Run of the day. This is an ever changing run that has been meticulously groomed so that all may enjoy a taste of perfection – no bumps, no whoop-de-woos, just pure corduroy cruising. Park City is a fantastic place for all abilities, and with ski-in-ski-out access to the Main Street area, you’ll be sure to enjoy a day full of adventure!
Deer Valley Resort
Voted the #1 Resort in North America by Ski Magazine multiple years in a row, Deer Valley exudes luxury and pampering at every turn. Offering ski valets and child care, you’ll not have a worry in the world when spending the day at this skiers paradise. One of the highlights for any visitor to Deer Valley is their world class dining. You’ll not want to miss their famous Deer Valley Turkey Chili! Deer Valley also offers a NASTAR race course if the mood strikes you to see just how fast you can go, and a popular terrain park for anyone wanting to add a little variety in to their day on the slopes. Deer Valley is known world-wide for their perfectly groomed runs, however, don’t let all of the corduroy fool you; the resort offers some amazing terrain off the groomed paths as well. Deer Valley also offers guests cozy scenic sleigh rides, snowshoeing adventures, and even hot air ballooning for a bird’s eye view of the breathtaking area. Most of all, Deer Valley is known for their impeccable guest service. It’s five-star all the way every day at Deer Valley!
The Canyons Resort
Offering a little over 4000 skiable acres, Canyons is the largest ski resort in Utah. With so much varied terrain at your ski tips, you will never hear the cry “I’m bored!” from any members of your group! After a scenic ride up in the Gondola, or a toasty ascent in the “bubble chair”, a chairlift designed to mimic ski goggles with a pull down orange visor cover and heated seats, you’ll reach mid-mountain before you know it! Canyons offers some great on-mountain dining in their large Red Pine Lodge, a popular meeting place for skiers and riders alike during the day. You’ll arrive to Red Pine to find snow enthusiasts lounging on the ski beach, enjoying lunch and a beverage, and readying themselves for the next run. Canyons also boasts a fabulous Resort Village comprised of numerous shops and dining options, as well as an outdoor amphitheater where they host great live concerts all year round! At Canyons you’ll also find quite a few festivals thought the year, such as the Park City Food & Wine Classic Grand Tasting event. Back on the slopes, whether it be mountain biking in their extreme mountain bike park, or zipping thorough one of their well-planned winter terrain parks, there is never a lack of excitement on the slopes at Canyons! You’ll surely want to check out 9990 – a fantastic peak with loads of fun terrain to explore. With new activities and offerings coming online all the time, a trip to Canyons is always an adventure!