YotelPad Park City
- 7 nights
- Room Only
Park City ski resort is one of the undisputed gems of American skiing. The resort is built in the style of a colonial American village with quaint wooden buildings and wide streets. A massive, well-connected ski area with lots of variety, it's the perfect place to try skiing in North America.
Park City Mountain resort boasts an enviable array of wide runs, large bowls and a range of short blacks, blues and greens tumbling down into either Park City or Canyons Village base. The Quicksilver gondola is the key link between this massive ski area, providing speedy and reliable access to either ski resort. At Park City, once you’ve taken two lifts up to Summit House you’re ready to play, whatever your level.
Those seeking the tough stuff can venture further up to the couloirs, cliffs and plunges in the cluster of bowls from Jupiter Peak downwards. Staying at Canyons Village there is a range of ski in ski out options that give you easy access to the slopes. Take the heated Orange bubble chairlift or Red Pine gondola from Canyons Village base right into the heart of Park City ski resort.
Climbing up through the middle of the town, Main Street is the lively heart of Park City, snapping to attention around après-ski time, with live music, dancing, and even home-brewed ale at the Wasatch Pub.
Call our ski experts today to find out more about skiing in Park City, or read our skiing in Utah guide.
Resort Altitude: 2,080m
Resort Skiing: 3,050m
Total Ski Area: 250km
Blue Runs: 27km
Red Runs: 152km
Black Runs: 71km
Cross Country: 32km
Park City ski resort played host to the 2002 Winter Olympics, making it the most famous resort in Utah. Park City is an extremely laid back ski resort, with over 100 named trails and more than enough piste for everybody. Boasting 250km of skiable terrain, Park City is a great ski resort for intermediates looking to cruise the American snow. There are over 17 peaks for skiers to enjoy, and with 40% of this covered with snow-making abilities, fantastic snow is ensured. The longest run sits at 4.5km, a fantastic thigh-burner for every ability skier.
Try the Super Condor or McConkey’s chairlifts – they tend to be quieter and serve some of Park City ski resort’s more scenic runs. Each day the ski resort grooms more than 100 runs of varying difficulty levels, to offer the most groomed terrain of any ski resort in North America. Check out the groomers off of the King Con lift. They are intermediate heaven. And for the beginners, Homerun is ideal. It’s lengthy and easy – more enjoyable mid-morning when more advanced skiers are further up on the mountain.
With 14 back-bowls to explore, Park City is a great choice for snowboarders. Advanced free-riders will revel in all that Jupiter peak has to offer, with some amazing bowls that require a bit of hiking and then dropping in. However, this resort is also great for first-timers looking to find their boarding legs.
The main high street through Park City is full of eateries. Whether you fancy fantastic cuts of beef at Grub Steak or top-grade seafood at Freshies Lobster, visitors to the ski resort will be blown away with choice. Head to the Viking Yurt for an on-mountain dining experience like no other. The Yurt is situated over 8,000 feet above sea level and features an authentic wood burning stove. The views are spectacular, especially in the evening when the twinkling city lights blanket the landscape below.
Nightlife in Park City ski resort is bustling. Of note is the No Name Saloon, Red Tail Grill and the EBS Lounge, featuring live music, mountain views, draft beers, wines and cocktails aplenty.
The Utah Olympic Park in Park City is home to 'The Comet', a 3,000ft bobsled ride. There is also the Alpine Coaster, which journeys through over a kilometre of scenery. The ride features a track over a mile long, with plenty of thrilling loops, twists, and slopes. Zipline rides are also available. There is an abundance of shopping on offer, bowling alleys, museums and galleries, as well as beauty treatments and wellness.