Ski on Olympic-standard runs, enjoy myriad summer activities, attend free concerts and sample lively après-ski entertainment at this very large U.S. mountain resort.
Enjoy year-round sporting adventures, entertainment and relaxation at Park City. This superb resort, already a major venue for snowboarding and giant slalom ski racing, hosted Salt Lake City’s 2002 Winter Olympics. In 2015, neighboring Canyons Resort joined Park City to create the biggest skiable area in the U.S.
Today, Park City’s terrain encompasses 7,300 acres (2,900 hectares), a paradise for snow sport enthusiasts. Ride one of 40 lifts to elevations up to 10,000 feet (3,050 meters) where over 300 runs await. Challenge runs previously skied by Olympic champions and hone your freestyling skills at the seven terrain parks. The new Quicksilver Gondola provides interconnections across multiple areas.
With runs suitable for all levels, the resort is great for families and beginners. Experienced instructors are available to guide you through your first skiing steps. Drop the children off at the daycare center and enjoy stress-free days on the slopes.
The winter fun doesn’t stop with skiing. Take a horse-drawn sleigh ride, guided snowshoe tour or dog-sledding adventure. Try heli-skiing and cross-country skiing.
In summer, speed down the mountain slopes on a thrilling alpine slide. Traverse miles of natural trails by bike, foot or horseback. Relax on a scenic gondola ride with panoramic views or travel above forest-covered valleys on a zip-line course. Play 18 holes at miniature and disc golf courses.
Miners Camp restaurant at the base of Silverlode Lift has indoor seating for 500. Find bars, cafés and restaurants to suit all tastes at the resort’s two villages, Canyons Village and Park City Village.
Browse for sporting apparel at retail outlets and treat yourself to a rejuvenating massage at Canyons Resort Spa. In Canyons Village, enjoy free summer concerts featuring well-known artists such as the Blind Boys of Alabama.
Stay overnight at a condo, hotel or lodge located along the slopes or in the villages. Some offer ski-in, ski-out accommodations. Check the resort’s official website for information about discounts and vacation packages.
Park City is a 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City. Get here by flying to Salt Lake City International Airport and renting a car or catching a bus.