Park City

United States

It all began in 1963, when the first lift was opened on the outskirts of this previously sleepy town, after the silver mining boom in the area came to an end. It was the kickoff for this corner of Utah to become one of the top snow destinations in the United States. Since then, Park City has grown plenty, since joining with neighboring Canyons in 2015, it now offers the largest ski area in the country. The resort boasts over 340 runs and 40 lifts that take skiers on incredible descents on 17 different mountain peaks. The heart of the town of only 8,000 inhabitants is Main Street, surrounded by a historic townhouse that still retains an Old West feel and houses a collection of stores, cafes, bars and restaurants behind its colorful facades. Practically the entire center can be considered ski-in/ski-out – two trails (Quit’N Time and Creole) end at the main avenue, where one of the main lifts (the triple Town Lift) is located. Every year in late January, the Sundance Film Festival takes place, one of the most important film festivals in the world, and the Hollywood atmosphere is established with celebrities attending and the showing of movies at various addresses around town.

SEASON

Northern Hemisphere December to May

MONTAIN

Base - 7,000 ft
Top - 10,000 ft

341 SKI RUNS

8% - Beginner
41% - Intermediate
28% - Advanced
23% - Expert

Lift

42

SERVICES

Back Country Skiing
Bar
Bobsled
Disco
Gourmet Restaurant
Night Skiing
Nordic Skiing
Shopping Area
Snow Roller Coaster
Snowpark
Snowshoes

GASTRONOMY

At the village: The Farm uses all-organic ingredients. Powder has different seasonal menus. Talisker serves modern dishes. Purple Sage serves local dishes. 350 Main is known for their American fare. For options on the mountain, try Miners Camp, Lookout Cabin, and Summit House. On the mountain: it's worth going to Tombstone BBQ and try its pulled pork; the refined Lookout Cabin, which offers incredible mountain views and serves Rocky Mountain cuisine; and the Summit House, accessible by five lifts, is the meeting place for skiers.

WHAT TO DO BEYOND SKIING

In addition to classic tubing, sleigh rides, snowmobile rides and ice skating, there are special attractions such as the Mountain Coaster, a roller coaster in the snow, the Flying Eagle, a zip-line that slides over the slopes, Olympic Park, where you can go bobsled, the Historic Mountain Tours, snow trails that lead to historic buildings at the station, and the Heber Valley Railroad, rides on vintage trains over a century old into the history of the American Wild West.

FOR KIDS

At Little Adventures Children's Center, children from six weeks to six years are accompanied by monitors in activities specially designed for each age, including playing in the snow. At High Meadow Park, the terrain is perfect for little ones learn to ski.

SHOPPING

At the village, there are stores such as Cole Sport, Best Buy, and small boutiques such as Flight and Cake. Outlet Park City is only a few minutes away, where guests can browse more than 50 stores, such as Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren.

NIGHT LIFE

The night life takes place in bars that resemble old saloons, such as Spur, No Name and the High West Distillery – this ONE, in addition to being the oldest distillery in the city, has ski-in access.

HOW TO GET HERE

Salt Lake City Airport: 36 miles

MAP

Lodging Options

Grand Summit Hotel

One of the most comprehensive properties in Canyons Village, the Grand Summit Hotel is in an excellent location with direct access to the mountains. Accommodations come in various configurations, from basic rooms to three-bedroom apartments. The reinforced structure with restaurants, a spa, heated pool, gym, and shops entertains guests after…

Hyatt Centric Park City

Tucked away in the Wasatch Mountains, this alpine building, just moments away from the slopes, offers 131 stylish rooms, and a comfortable and convenient spot for nature lovers. With ski-in/ski-out facilities, a city shuttle service, heated pool, jacuzzi, fitness center and equipment rental shop, they’ve got you covered.

Snow Flower Condominiums

The Snow Flower combines hotel services with the privacy of apartment-style accommodations for up to 15 guests. Located on the base of the mountain and just a mile from the village, it’s ideal for guests that want to leave the complex on their skis.

Waldorf Astoria Park City

Situated at the base of Canyons Village at Park City Resort, the Waldorf Astoria Park City offers slope-side access to the largest ski and golf resort in the United States. Enjoy four distinct seasons of adventure within a beautiful alpine setting. The hotel’s Frostwood Gondola provides simple access to Canyons…