Conquering the Largest Ski Resort in the United States
Park City Mountain is the largest single ski and snowboard resort in the United States with 7,300 acres of terrain, 43 lifts and over 330 trails. From dedicated learning areas like High Meadow Park for kids, families or beginner skiers, to high-alpine terrain like Jupiter Peak and Ninety-Nine 90 for the powder hounds and adventure-seekers, Park City Mountain has a place for everyone to belong.  
Winter’s Favorite Town 
Park City Mountain is located in Park City, Utah, a historic mining town known for its world class skiing, lively nightlife and authentic mountain town atmosphere. In addition to skiing, guests of Park City will find gourmet dining, shopping, entertainment, relaxing spa experiences and endless winter activities at their fingertips. The town’s free bus system provides easy access to amenities and is perfect for families. Park City is also world famous as the host of the annual international Sundance Film Festival. In addition to winter, Park City offers unlimited outdoor recreation in the summer and fall, such as hiking, mountain biking, outdoor concerts, and wine and arts festivals. Find more information about the town at 
From the Sky to the Slopes in Record Time 
Park City Mountain is one of the most accessible ski resorts in the United States. Conveniently located in Park City, UT, only a 35 minute drive from the brand-new Salt Lake City International Airport, you can easily hit the slopes the same day you fly in. Or, make a stop at Park City Mountain on a road trip through Utah after enjoying one of the state’s many iconic National Parks.
Ski to Historic Main Street 
Park City Mountain offers direct, ski-in-ski-out access to Park City’s historic Main Street via the iconic Town Lift. Guests looking for an adventure can ski down Quit-N-Time run directly to Main Street to enjoy dining, shopping, après ski and more. Then, take Town Lift back up the mountain to enjoy more skiing and snowboarding, or end your day at High West Saloon, the world’s first and only ski-in gastro-distillery.  
Signature Events Return to Park City Mountain  
From intimate moments to big celebrations, Park City is the best place to experience events and activities that span the mountain to the town streets and beyond. This season, we are delighted to bring back resort special events as a cornerstone of the winter experience in Park City. With lively après-ski music, fireworks, festive holiday celebrations and more - Park City is where moments turn to memories. 
The celebration of the holiday season begins with our Tree Lighting Celebration in Canyons Village on Nov. 26. The fun will continue during our annual Snowfest festival, spanning from mid-December through the New Year with music, base area activities, caroling, ice sculptures and more. We'll also be bringing back two of our favorite local traditions this holiday season: Santa Comes Down Town Lift on Dec. 17 and the Torchlight Parade on Dec. 24. The fun doesn’t stop after the holidays! We’ll be partying through the Spring with our annual Spring Grüv celebration this March, featuring live music, pond skimming and all the spring skiing and sunshine one could ask for. More information about this year's special events calendar will be shared soon.
Investing in the Guest Experience  
Vail Resorts has funded more than $1.5 billion in capital investments since launching the Epic Pass in 2008, including the $50 million investment to connect Park City and Canyons Resorts in 2015 to form the largest ski resort in the United States. In the years since, we have continued to invest millions of dollars back into the resort to further enhance the guest experience. Recent projects at Park City include the new High Meadow Park Learning Area, new Over and Out Lift, restaurant transformations at Mid Mountain Lodge, Miners Camp, Summit House and Tombstone BBQ, added snowmaking and more.  
Additional capital investment projects across the network of Vail resorts this season include 250 new acres of terrain with two new lifts and 17 trails at Beaver Creek Resort’s McCoy Park, a new quad lift at Breckenridge’s Peak 7, a replacement and upgrade of the Peachtree Lift at Crested Butte, the upgrading of four-person lifts to new six-person high-speed lifts at Keystone and Okemo, and a new four-person lift at Okemo.  
Sustainability Stories 
Vail Resorts has made significant progress toward our sustainability goal of reaching a zero net operating footprint across our resorts by 2030. We recently achieved our 50% waste diversion milestone and will be 93% powered by renewable electricity by 2023. As an industry leader in environmental sustainability, we’re excited to partner with like-minded teams across the industry to leverage our progress in our Commitment to Zero program and support others on their sustainability journey. 
At Park City specifically, Vail Resorts has joined the Elektron Solar projectan 80 MW solar project 60 miles west of Salt Lake City, which broke ground in October 2021. This new solar farm will provide renewable energy for 100 percent of Park City Mountain’s electric usage by 2023. 
A Foodie’s Tour on Skis 
Park City Mountain isn’t just about the skiing. As guests make their way across the resort, they have the opportunity to enjoy unique dining experiences at nine different on-mountain restaurants. A few must-stops on your foodie tour of Park City Mountain: the recently-transformed Tombstone BBQ, where guests can relax in the sun as they enjoy a mouth-watering house-smoked pork or brisket sandwich. Looking to experience some mountain history while you dine, Ski on over to Mid-Mountain Lodge, which is housed in a renovated 19th century ski-in, ski-out miner’s boarding house, complete with cozy fire pit tables on the deck. For the best views of the Wasatch over an elegant table-served meal, look no further than Lookout Cabin, located near Park City’s iconic Orange Bubble Express. Need a quick fuel-up with your ski group before jumping on the Quicksilver Gondola, Miner’s Camp offers a large quick-service dining option in a beautiful mountain lodge setting. Learn more about all of Park City’s on-mountain dining options here. 
World-Class Ski and Snowboard School
No matter your skill level, a lesson with Park City Mountain’s world-class Ski and Snowboard School is the perfect way to experience the largest ski resort in the United States. With children’s lessons, private lessons, group lessons and specialty products all available, you will develop skills that will open doors to slopes you never imagined. Learn more about our school and your options at 
Begin Your Ski Career in the Best Learning Areas 
Park City Mountain is one of the best places in the country to learn how to ski or snowboard and offers two dedicated learning areas for guests to hone their skills. High Meadow Park is the perfect spot for kids and families to start their experience of learning to ski or ride. Conveniently located mid-way up the mountain near the top of the Red Pine Gondola, High Meadow Park offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and easy access to Red Pine Lodge. Guests will find a wide-open, gently-graded learning slope designed exclusively for beginner skiers and snowboarders and three new adventure trails for easy progression. Similar to High Meadow Park, First Time Park offers skiers and snowboarders a dedicated learning area conveniently located in the Park City Mountain Village. The area features enclosed surface conveyors and beginner terrain for Ski & Snowboard School participants as well as easy access to the First Time Lift for easy progression. 
Most Expansive Snowmaking in Utah 
Park City Mountain has the most expansive snowmaking system in Utah which ensures an early season opening and world-class skiing conditions all season long, regardless of natural snowfall. There is a science and strategy behind snowmaking and with decades of experience, Park City Mountain’s expert snowmaking team is able to create a snow surface of the highest quality. The resort continues to invest in snowmaking technology with recent improvements at High Meadow Park, Iron Mountain and Red Pine Road.
The Perfect Corduroy: Five-Star Grooming
In the height of the season, Park City Mountain grooms more than 120 runs a night, the most groomed runs at any resort in the U.S.
Commitment to Safety  
Safety has always been one of our core values and due to the impacts of COVID-19, that commitment is more important than ever. We are fortunate that the core of the ski and ride experience takes place outdoors in vast mountain settings. However, as we welcome guests from around the world to the indoor experience at our resorts, we feel it’s important to do our part to combat the spread of COVID-19. This season, our COVID-19 safety protocols are focused on indoor spaces. More information here. 
Epic Pass 
As the winter season draws near, so does the last chance for skiers and riders to get the lowest price on the entire suite of 2021/22 Epic Pass products, which saw a major price reduction of 20% this year. 
In addition to reducing the cost of accessing the mountains, Epic Pass products provide significant savings on the rest of the mountain experience. Epic Mountain Rewards offers pass holders the best ski trip deals, including 20 percent off on-mountain dining, lodging, group ski and ride school lessons, equipment rentals and more at Vail Resorts’ 34 North American owned and operated resorts. All passes also include the Epic Coverage refund policy at no additional cost, providing refunds for certain resort closures and personal events such as job loss, injury or illness.
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2020-2021 Park City Mountain Winter Fast Facts
Winter Season Dates:Friday, November 19- Sunday, April 17 
Hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
*Dates subject to change based on conditions 
Base Elevation: 6,800 ft
Summit Elevation: 10,000 ft 
Vertical Rise: 3,200ft/ 975 m 
Total Skiable Acres7,300+ acres/ 2954+ hectares
Lifts: 43
TrailsOver 330 
Terrain: 8% Beginner, 42% Intermediate, 50% Expert 
Terrain Parks: 6 including a halfpipe and a mini pipe 
Longest Run: Homerun, 3.5 miles
Average Snowfall: 355"/ 902cm
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