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Park City Resort

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About Park City Resort
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Mountain Stats of Park City Resort

The Mountain

  • Year Established
    1968
  • Summit
    3,056m
  • Base
    2,103m
  • Vertical Drop
    975m
  • Winter Season Opening
    Late November
  • Winter Season Closing
    Mid April

Snowfall & Weather

  • Average Winter High
    5.5°C
  • Average Winter Low
    -7°C
  • Annual Average Snowfall
    902cm
  • Snow Making
    202ha
  • Snow Making Machines
    300

Terrain

  • Total Skiable Terrain
    2,954ha
  • Total Number of Runs
    341
  • Green Runs
    26
  • Blue Runs
    141
  • Black Runs
    97
  • Double Black Runs
    77
  • Longest Run
    Homerun
  • Longest Run Length
    5.6km
  • Bowls
    13
  • Terrain Parks
    3 Kings
    Eagle Superpipe
    Little Kings
    Merrill Mini Halfpipe
    Pick Axe
    Pick N' Shovel
    Pine Draw Park
    Transitions Park

Lifts

  • Total Lifts
    43
  • Uphill Capacity
    31, 000 people per hour
  • Surface Lifts
    6
  • Fixed Grip Double Chairlifts
    4
  • Fixed Grip Triple Chairlifts
    7
  • Fixed Grip Quad Chairlifts
    6
  • High Speed Quad Chairlifts
    9
  • High Speed Six Person Chairlifts
    6
  • Gondolas
    5

Location

  • Resort Location
    Utah, United States of America
  • Nearest City
    Park City, Utah
  • Distance to City
    1.1km
  • Nearest International Airport
    Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)
  • Distance to International Airport
    58km

About the Resort

What we know today as Park City Mountain Resort was originally opened in 1963 under the name Treasure Mountain, by the United Park City Mines - the last surviving mining corporation in Park City. It was funded by a federal government program meant to revive the economically depressed town of Park City. Now, it's the largest ski resort in the United States, even going so far as to host the 2002 Winter Olympics and is a main employer for many of Park City's citizens.

Located in the heart of Park City, Utah, Park City Mountain sits at a base elevation of 6,800 feet2,073 metres and offers a total skiable area of 7,300+ feet2,225+ metres. Combine that with 348 trails, 13 bowls, 8 terrain parks and 1 pipe, it makes running out of choices not an option.

While Park City Mountain Resort is the epitome of skiing, the town itself a bustling utopia of never-ending possibilities–stories waiting to be written. Strolling down the historic main street, live music can be heard. Dining ranges from simple “home-made” comfort food to high end exquisite culinary experiences. The vast and dynamic selection of après nightlife has so many choices that one night may consist of sipping wine at a quiet hole-in-the-wall bar, and the next, dancing until sun breaks.

Come to Park City Mountain Resort and experience for yourself what true ski bliss can be.
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