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Park City Mountain Resort, Park City

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Must see · Ski Area · Beach / Pool Club
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Park City Mountain Resort hosted the men and women's Olympic snowboarding events in 2002 and today remains one of the largest employers in the city. The eight peaks and nine bowls in the resort host guests all winter. In summer, you'll discover hiking trails, an alpine slide, an alpine coaster, and ziplines. Don't worry about bringing heavy gear from home, the resort provides equipment rental and lodging, as well as a selection of restaurants and shops. A visit to Park City Mountain Resort represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Park City travel site to plot your vacation.
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Park City Mountain Resort reviews

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TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.5
2,080 reviews
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4.5
TripAdvisor
  • Overall disappointing.  As an intermediate but rusty skier, I had real issues with lack of grooming on many trails.  While it's great they have so much snow this year, many of the "groomers" were not....  more
    Overall disappointing.  As an intermediate but rusty skier, I had real issues with lack of grooming on many trails.  While it's great they have so much snow this year, many of the "groomers" were not....  more »
  • This is our third time to Park City and wow, how it has changed! I assume this is the result of Vail buying it and trying to make every dollar they can. We paid $270 plus tax and fees for each lift... 
    This is our third time to Park City and wow, how it has changed! I assume this is the result of Vail buying it and trying to make every dollar they can. We paid $270 plus tax and fees for each lift...  more »
  • Had a wonderful time over Thanksgiving. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. Yes, everything is expensive but we expected that and planned ahead. The rental equipment staff was a little slow but... 
    Had a wonderful time over Thanksgiving. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. Yes, everything is expensive but we expected that and planned ahead. The rental equipment staff was a little slow but...  more »
Google
  • Neat place to check out even in the off season. We did the alpine slide and it was pretty fun. You take a ski lift to the starting point and it's a pretty long ride to the bottom. We did wish they had a ticket option that would give you more than one ride but we had a good time. There are multiple restaurants and shops to check out and several other attractions. City buses also stop here often so you could explore other nearby points of interest with ease.
  • I am extremely happy with my experience here! I am still learning how to ski, while my boyfriend has been snow boarding for years, and we were both able to enjoy the mountain together. There were tons of trail options available for all skill levels and the maps were easy to navigate. One of my most absolute favorite things about Park City, and the reason I’m writing this review, was the staff! Starting from parking, to the season pass office, etc, we were greeted with friendly staff who were more than willing to answer questions. I was AMAZED with the hospitality provided. The park “hosts” greeted us on the mountain and even on the lifts, giving us all the great tips and tricks to make our day fun. There were multiple occasions where we weren’t sure where to go, and all we had to do was turn around and find a person in a red shirt who happily gave us direction. Even the mountain safety staff was beyond kind! Special shout out to Jeff in the mountain safety team - I was moving slow at the end of the day and he took the time to make sure my boyfriend and I were okay and safe as we made our final run down the mountain. So far this is my favorite ski experience I have had and I can’t wait to come back. We even saw moose at the end of our day!!!! So cool!! 10/10 highly recommend!!
  • Park City Mountain is great for so many reasons. The mountain itself is huge especially after the recent connection with The Canyons. It’s also very easy to get around for such a large mountain. There’s a ton of terrain for every level of experience. The town of Park City is also a great ski town with everything from cool dive bars to high end art galleries. Highly recommended!
  • One of the best resorts in the United States. A lot of slopes and plenty of lifts. The best thing about the resort is that you can travel between the mountains, and the people are more spread out. Have been here twice and it is always a pleasant experience. The biggest issue is parking, but it is relevant to almost any ski resort.
  • Amazing routes. All skill ranges. Relearned boarding the hard way. Spent a couple days on Park City Mountain. Highly recommended Canyons Village for Intermediate- Advanced as it’s always a little less crowded with the kiddos and beginners. Or stay near the tops of the peaks and send harder routes. Favourite had to be monkey powder (black) where you ski through some tight forest and tree line. Can get very skill heavy. Had amazing fresh powder and snow days the week of Christmas through new year. Routes in the morning were a little delayed on opening. Cause of heavy snow fall. If you’re going to park at the base of the mountains by the lifts plan on getting there early, like 7:30am. Gear up and get in line by 8. Otherwise be prepared to be behind hoards of people in line for the base lifts.

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