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Tag - Skiing & Snowboarding

Park City, Utah is home to two resorts – Deer Valley and Park City Mountain – which, combined, offer over 9,000 skiable acres.  That’s a lot of terrain ready and waiting for you to enjoy. There is no denying it – skiing and snowboarding both require quite a lot of gear, making packing for your next ski trip seem like a daunting task.  To help ease the process, we compiled a list that’s divided into items we suggest you bring along with you in your suitcase and those that are easy to rent from one of Park City’s area rental shops or outfitters. 

If you are like me, skiing is a way of life. So when my son was born in 2009, I started strategizing how to make skiing an enjoyable part of his life, too. We are fortunate to live in a resort town and had the opportunity to enroll our son in pre-school at a resort, where he started skiing with a certified instructor at the age of three. Now that we enjoy weekend adventures together as a family, I refer to these five tips and tricks to make it a fun experience for all of us:

Park City Mountain Resort  is slated to open for the 2016-17 winter season on Saturday, November 26 (date subject to change) and after historic changes were made in preparation for the 2015-16 season, we are left with a LOT to look forward to. Since combining Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort, we now have access to 7,300 skiable acres, 300+ trails, 41 lifts, 8 terrain parks, and terrain for every level of skier or snowboarder to enjoy.

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