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Park City Mountain Resort

Park City Mountain ResortHome to 3,300 acres of some of the best ski and snowboard terrain in North America, Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) is once again ranked as one of the top resorts in North America by SKI Magazine, as well as one of SKI's "Most Accessible Resort in North America" - thanks, in part, to being just a 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport.

You'll find something for every snow enthusiast at PCMR: from perfectly-manicured groomers, to powder-filled bowls and some of the industry's most progressive terrain parks and halfpipes. Combine our terrain with one of the world's most innovative and comprehensive Ski & Snowboard School programs, and it's easy to see why Park City Mountain Resort is consistently ranked one of North America's premier mountains by the ski and snowboard industry's most respected publications.

PCMR is the only mountain in this iconic ski town connected directly to the lodging, dining and shopping of Park City's Historic Main Street - guests can load on to Town Lift right on Main Street, ride directly to one of the mountain's peaks, and ski or ride directly back down to Main Street at the end of their day.

Park City Mountain

With as many as 50 freshly groomed runs on any given day, including its roster of regularly groomed Signature RunsTM, Park City Mountain Resort sets a new bar for on-mountain grooming. For skiers and riders looking to challenge themselves, there are 9 bowls filled with Utah's famous powder - including the Resort's signature Jupiter Mountainzone, a must-do for true powderhounds.
The Resort's 4 terrain parks and 2 halfpipes, including the Eagle Superpipe - host venue for the 2002 Winter Olympic Snowboard Halfpipe competition - complete one of the most exciting and progressive park set-ups in North America. The Resort is a regular draw for snowboarding and freeskiing's most accomplished pro athletes looking to challenge themselves, while the parks' accessibility to a variety of ability levels make them popular with the public, as well. In fact, PCMR was ranked as 2015's #1 terrain park and halfpipe by TransWorld SNOWboarding magazine.

Park City Mountain Resort's Ski and Snowboard School is on the forefront of on-mountain instruction, with some of the industry's most accomplished instructors teaching programs for any ability. From its Kids Signature instruction programs specially designed to combine on-mountain instruction with off-mountain fun, our Teen Select program letting teen skiers and riders explore the mountain with guests their own age, our terrain park-specific freestyle camps, adult lessons and clinics, or private instruction - PCMR's instructors combine skill-building and fun to create experiences our guests remember forever. And with a maximum of 5 students to an instructor in any PCMR instruction program, our guests enjoy a level of attention unsurpassed at any resort.

Park City Mountain Resort

PCMR offers a variety of on-mountain dining options for guests: stop in at the Snow Hut restaurant for a hot chocolate or warm soup, or duck into the Summit House for one of their signature slices of pizza. The historic Mid-Mountain Lodge serves up can't-miss grilled cheese and gourmet toasted sandwiches, or chill out and watch the action going down in 3 Kings Terrain Park and the Eagle Superpipe from the deck of The Shack.

Nestled in one of North America's great ski towns and just minutes from a major international airport, Park City Mountain Resort is the perfect place to come discover the winter adventure you'll remember for a lifetime.

Let the life changing moments begin, call (800) 222-PARK (7275)
or visit

Scheduled Season
Opening: Nov. 22, 2014 to April 19, 2015

Hours of Operation
Day Skiing/Riding: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Night skiing/riding*: 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. (December 26, 2014 to March 29, 2015 (conditions permitting)
*PayDay Run, First Time Run and 3 Kings Terrain Park only, conditions permitting

Base: 6,900 feet (2,014 meters) Summit: 10,000 feet (3,049 meters)

Trails and Terrain
3,300 acres, spread over eight peaks and nine bowls
116 trails: 17% Easier, 52% More Difficult, 31% Most Difficult
1 Eagle Superpipe and 1 Merrill Mini Halfpipe
4 Terrain Parks: King's Crown, 3 Kings (lighted), Neff Land and Little Kings
Longest Run: Homerun, 3.5 miles long

16 lifts: 4 high-speed six-passenger chairs, 3 high-speed quads 7 triples and 2 doubles

Vertical Rise: 3,100 feet (945 meters)

General Information: 800.222.PARK (7275) Central Reservations: 800.331.3178 |


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