Doc’s Run

Located just above Park City Mountain Resort’s Canyons Village, Doc’s Run overlooks the village area and Swaner Preserve and Ecocenter’s open space. On a bluebird day, you can even see as far as the Uinta Mountain Range.  Doc’s Run offers a steady pitch, allowing you to coast into Canyons Village with ease.  It’s a great way to finish up a day on the mountain, as it is accessible via the Orange Bubble Express lift mid-station, which drops you off right next to Lookout Cabin where the fondue and views from the deck will knock your socks off.
Difficulty: Blue square
Closest place to rest: Lookout Cabin or choose from restaurants in Canyons Village
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The view from midway down Doc's Run at Park City Mountain Resort. 


Accessible via Park City Mountain Resort’s McConkey’s lift, the Georgeanna run provides expansive views of Mt. Timpanogos, 10,420 Peak above Guardsman Pass, Heber Valley, and, in the other direction, the town of Park City and the Uinta Mountain Range.  You’ll also be able to see Jupiter Peak to the right from the top of the lift.  At the top of McConkey’s lift, take a left and continue straight.  Georgeanna runs along the edge of the resort property line, situating it directly next to Deer Valley Resort and its Lady Morgan chairlift.  Once you reach a Y intersection, the trail continues around to the left.  If you’re up for more of a challenge, stay straight and take Tycoon to the bottom. 
Difficulty: Blue square
Closest place to rest: Mid-Mountain Lodge (you’ll want to keep left and follow Georgeanna for the entire run, then look for signs and a cat track to the lodge)
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Expansive views from the top of Park City Mountain Resort's McConkey's lift.

Quit‘n Time

Providing skiers and boarders with access to Park City’s Old Town district, Quit’N Time is a great ski run to explore around lunch time or at the end of your day for après-ski.  Located at Park City Mountain Resort, Quit’N Time offers a unique view of town’s historic charm and colorful buildings, as well as the Uinta Mountain Range in the distance.  Even if you’re not going to explore town, it’s a fun trail to try, and it’s easy to hop on Town Lift and return to Park City Mountain Resort’s other terrain from the bottom. Quit’N Time is located just off the PayDay ski run, and can be accessed via the PayDay lift or Town Lift.
Difficulty: Blue square
Closest place to rest: Quit’n Time provides skiers and boarders with access to Park City’s Historic Main Street, where there are numerous restaurants to enjoy for lunch or après-ski, like Davanza’s and The Bridge
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Not only is it a fun intermediate run, Quit'N Time offers a unique view of Historic Park City. 


Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound starts atop Deer Valley Resort’s Bald Mountain and can be accessed by Sterling Express, Wasatch Express, or Sultan Express lifts.  Don’t be fooled by this trail’s beginner difficulty rating, the views are absolutely jaw-dropping.  As the top of Homeward Bound starts turning, skiers are greeted with a panoramic view of Mt. Timpanogos, Heber Valley, Guardsman Pass, Clayton Peak in Big Cottonwood Canyon, and Empire Mountain at Deer Valley Resort.  It’s the only trail on the mountain that offers this expansive view.
Difficulty: Green circle
Closest place to rest: Snowshoe Tommy’s atop Bald Mountain or one of the many restaurants in Silver Lake Lodge
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Homeward Bound at Deer Valley Resort is a ski run with unparalleled views.


Deer Valley Resort’s Jordanelle ski run is not centrally located, but we highly recommend you explore this area because the views are breathtaking.  This run offers expansive views of the Jordanelle Reservoir, and the Uinta Mountain Range as skiers meander along the trail past beautiful ski-in/ski-out Deer Crest homes.  The views don’t end there! Soak up the beauty as you enjoy a sheltered ride back to the top of Little Baldy Peak aboard the Jordanelle Express Gondola.  To get to Jordanelle ski run, you’ll first have to ride up Mountaineer Express. 
Difficulty level: Double blue square
Closest place to rest: Snow Park Lodge, which you can access from the top of Jordanelle Express Gondola by following upper Deer Hollow, lower Little Stick, and lower Solid Muldoon ski runs
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The Jordanelle Express Gondola offers warmth, comfort, and stunning views. Photo credit: Ryan Mayfield 


Accessible via the top of Deer Valley Resort’s Empire lift, Supreme ski run holds its name for a reason – its views are a cut above the rest! Take it all in from the top – you’ll be able to see Deer Valley Resort’s Silver Lake area, Empire Canyon, Montage Deer Valley, the Uinta Mountain Range, parts of the town of Park City, some of Park City Mountain Resort, and, in the other direction, some of the peaks atop Guardsman Pass (10,420 Peak included). In short – you can practically see it all!  Empire Mountain is Deer Valley Resort’s tallest peak, and the smooth and gentler pitch of Supreme allows for intermediate skiers to access the views and explore the terrain.
Difficulty level: Double blue square
Closest place to rest: Empire Lodge or Montage Deer Valley 
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A view of Supreme from afar. Photo credit: Deer Valley Resort