|Home of the U.S. Ski Team, Park City offers 89 trails and 2,200 acres of skiable terrain. As one of Utah’s largest ski area both in terms of skiable acreage and lift capacity, Park City Ski Area offers a variety of terrain that suits every ability level and skier need. This expansive resort is served by three quadruple-chair, six triple-chair and four double-chair lifts and one of America’s longest four-passenger gondolas with a combined uphill capacity of 23,000 skiers per hour.|
Hours of Operation: Daily from 8:00 am to 4:00 PM Nightly from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM (Christmas through March)
Lift Ticket Prices:
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(Prices subject to change)
Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.
Elevation and Vertical Drop:Summit 10,000′ (3,048 meters)-Vertical Drop: 3,100 or (945 meters)
Average Annual Snowfall: 350 inches
Lifts: Four six-passenger high-speed lifts, one high speed quad, five triples and four doubles, with a total combined lift capacity of 27,200 guests per hour.
Trails and Bowls: 100 total trails 18 easier 44 more difficult 38 most difficult ž to 3 ― miles long 3,300 acres of terrain with 750 acres of bowls in Jupiter, Scott’s, Blue Slip, McConkey’s, Homelite and Puma bowls.
Snowmaking: $12 million in snowmaking equipment is used throughout the winter season to make snow on over 475 acres of Park City’s designated trails.
Ski and Snowboard School: The Park City Ski and Snowboard School offers options for all ability levels with our certified instructors. Please call our Ski and Snowboard School 1-800-222-PARK for more information. Ski reservations are strongly recommended for all Ski and Snowboard School Programs.
Dining: There are three Restaurants on the mountain: Summit House, Snow Hut and Mid-Mountain Lodge, variety of dining options available in the base area.
Park City Mountain Resort
1310 Lowell Ave Park City, UT 84060
435-649-8111 or 800-222-7275
Reservations: 800-222-7275 Fax: 435-647-5374