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Conquer the largest ski resort in the United States

Park City Mountain Resort

At 7,300 acres, Park City Mountain Resort is the largest in America. The runs are broad and steep; the best the Wasatch has to offer. There are powder glades, steep runs and terrain for all ages and abilities. Since 1963, originally known as Treasure Mountain Resort, Park City Mountain Resort has matured. New this year is a renovation of the Grand Summit Hotel.



Base: 6,800 ft.
Summit: 10,026 ft.
3,226 ft. vertical rise
Average snowfall: 355 inchesChairlifts: 41
Trails: 347
Terrain:Green/Beginner: 12%; Blue/Intermediate: 47%; Black/Expert: 41%Bowls: 14
Terrain Parks: 8
Natural Half Pipes: 6
Super Pipe: 1Mini Pipe: 1
Skiable Acreage: 7,300
Miles to Salt Lake City International Airport: 32

Hours of operation:

Full day: ……………….9 a.m. – 4 pm.
Half day: ………….. 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

There is also a new beginner ski and snowboard area at Park City Mountain Village, including new lifts. Due to a decline in demand, public night skiing will not be offered except for local youth ski team training.

Seven Summits Challenge

On Feb. 24, skiers will attempt to complete a course that takes them to the mountain’s seven peaks. That’s 7,300 acres of skiing in one day.

Local Utah Women Ski and Snowboard

For six Sundays beginning January 7, Park City Mountain’s best women coaches will help intermediate and expert skiers improve their skills, gain confidence and make new friends. The cost is $650 without lift passes.

EpicMix Time Insights

Vail Resorts introduces information on lift line wait times, to help skiers plan their days. Times can be found at

Directed Parking at the Park City Mountain Village

Beginning this year, attendants will direct vehicles to parking lots. Those with three or more adults will receive a discounted rate in the preferred parking lots.


  • Day passes: Rates based on dates and conditions, & can be found at Booking online more than seven days in advance will receive the guaranteed lowest rate.
  • Season passes: Epic Local — Adult 19+ $679, Child 5-12 $359, Teen 13-18 $539
  • Epic Pass: Unlimited access and no restricted dates to Park City, Mt. Brighton, Vail, Beaver Creek, Whistler, Blackcomb, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Stowe, Wilmot, Afton Alps, Arapahoe Basin plus international access to Perisher in Austrailia and European resorts — Adult 13+ $899, Child 5-12 $469.
  • Park City Youth passes:Child 5-12 $359, Teen 13-18 $399, College 17+ $429
  • Epic 7-Day Pass (11 resorts):Adult 13+ $679, Child 5-12 $359
  • Epic 4-Day Pass (11 resorts):Adult 13+ $459, Child 5-12 $249
  • Park City 4-Pack:Adult 5+ $339

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