Park City
Ski Resort Review

Park City Ski Resort Review

Park City is one of the few Utah towns established by non-mormons and is a commumity with an enviable portfolio of ski areas. divided into 7 Mountainzones™ with 50+ groomed runs and more 3,300 acres of skiable terrain.

Following remarks that it had 'lots of diamonds but not enough black ones', the resort changed its image by opening up tougher ski areas..

Many of the trails in Park City Mountain Resort echo the old mining days; Silver Cliff, The Hoist, Prospector and Shaft are a few.

Nearby Deer Valley has developed a reputation as one of America's most pampering ski resorts. Attendants help you unload your skis before you tackle some of the most meticuloulsy groomed slopes in the country.

Park City Ski Resort In Brief

Getting There:
Salt Lake City Airport to Park City: 37 miles / 60km.
Bus services from Salt Lake City.


Altitude: 2,100 - 3,000m (6,900 - 10,000ft)
No. of Lifts: 16.
Types of Pistes: 17% beginner, 52% intermediate, 31% advanced.


Main Advantages:
Lots of ski areas near Salt Lake City; Good snow record; Spa at Snowbird; Excellent resort base at Park City.
Drawbacks:
Limited apres-ski in some resorts; 4WD vehicle needed to ensure access to all areas; Deer Valley expensive.


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