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Our Mountain Town Awaits

Park City, Utah began as a silver mining town, nearly faded into history as a ghost town, and then re-invented itself as a ski town that has grown into a year-round destination hosting global events such as the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and the annual Sundance Film Festival. We are home to two world-class resorts; Park City Mountain and Deer Valley. Park City offers days and nights filled with exceptional food, endless recreation and enduring impressions. Close your eyes, breathe in.

Park City is a short 35-minute ride from Salt Lake International Airport. Choose from a variety of transportation companies or shuttle options.

Map of International Flights to Salt Lake City

PLACES TO STAY

After a fun day of outdoor adventure, come relax at any of our 100 luxury and affordable lodging properties, from large multi-family homes and condominiums to full-service hotels and bed and breakfasts.

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View of Park City Mountains from pool

Family skiing on sunny day at Deer Valley Resort

Deer Valley Resort

Deer Valley Resort in Park City, located just minutes away from Historic Main Street, revolutionized the ski industry over 38 years ago by being the first North American resort to provide the first-class service one would receive at a five-star hotel. Our ski only resort features luxurious amenities such as uniformed ski valets, complimentary Mountain Host tours and overnight ski storage, parking lot shuttles, groomed-to-perfection slopes and limited lift ticket sales along with gourmet dining in three elegant day lodges. With 21 lifts, 103 ski runs, six bowls, gladed tree skiing spread over 820 hectares and an annual average of 762 centimeters of snow, Deer Valley offers something for everyone.

Snowboarding at Park City Mountain

Park City Mountain

Located in the heart of Park City’s historic center, Park City Mountain is an easily accessible, world-class mountain destination. During Summer 2015, Park City undertook the largest resort improvement project in the history of American skiing, one that linked it with neighbor ‘Canyons Resort’ to create the United States’ largest ski area. Now part of Vail Resorts’ Epic Pass, Park City Mountain offers 3,000 hectares of skiable terrain and over 340 runs. When you combine our vast terrain with award-winning dining, family friendly activities, and one of the world’s most innovative and comprehensive ski and snowboard school programs, it’s easy to see why ‘There Is Only One. Park City’.

Four adults enjoying dinner at Firewood

Savor Every Moment

Park City has many award-winning restaurants, reflecting a variety of culinary styles and influences with many featuring locally sourced and organic ingredients. Nearly 150 options provide an answer to every taste, mood and budget. After an evening of dining, unwind at one of the many bars, clubs and historic saloons for live music and cocktails.

Women Shopping on Main Winter

Now's The Time to Shop

Park City is a great place for another favorite pastime: shopping. Our merchants specialize in everything from art collectibles and handmade furniture to Western antiques and wildlife photography. With bookstores, fashion boutiques and Outlets Park City, even the most discerning shopper is guaranteed great finds.

Dogs charging through fresh snow pulling sled with smiling mother and daughter.

Winter Activities

Looking for winter fun off the mountain? Pursue new perspectives by touring this winter wonderland on a dog sled, snowmobile, snowshoe hike or hot air balloon ride. If you enjoy being on the mountain and would like something different, try a heli-skiing excursion or cruise down zip lines, the alpine coaster or go tubing. Create memories, Park City-style.

Man and woman fly fishing in the summer on the Provo River.

Summer Activities

Once the snow melts, our trails fill with hikers, bikers and wildflowers. The changing seasons in Park City bring out a different type of adventure seeker. Park City is a summer playground with over 600 kilometers of trails. Fly down our mountainsides on zip lines and alpine slides or explore our blue-ribbon streams filled with native trout. Culture seekers can also enjoy a variety of culinary and art festivals, and outdoor concerts.