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Grand takes on a new meaning when your playground is Park City, the largest ski resort in the U.S., with almost 3,000 hectares of skiable terrain. Enjoy the newly expanded resort with more than $50 million in capital improvements including updates to restaurants, lift access and trails. Just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City Mountain will have you into the chairlift faster than you can say “bluebird day".
Fly into Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) via Los Angeles, San Francisco or Dallas.
Transfer 35 minutes from Salt Lake City Airport with All Resort Express.
Hertz is the official car rental company of Park City. Book a car online at www.hertz.com.
Getting around town is easy thanks to the free, bio-diesel, bike and ski-friendly public transportation system. Download Park City bus maps.
Originally a thriving silver mining town, Park City is now a sophisticated and renowned alpine enclave with spectacular slopes, celebrity appeal, and a year-round roster of adventures and entertainment.
Fly over the stunning Wasatch Range in a hot air balloon, ride up to Lookout Cabin to indulge on decadent fondue, or take a horse-drawn sleigh ride through pristine, snowy landscapes. At the largest resort in the United States, you’ll have access to a never-ending list of thrills.
If you're feeling like a bit of a road trip, take advantage of having access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breck, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin on the one pass and head east! Vail Resorts' Colorado resorts are approximately 600km east of Park City, making for an easy day drive to enjoy an entirely different experience, AND get the best value from your pass.
The Victorian grandeur of historic Main Street, where more than 60 buildings are listed in the National Register of Historic Places offers an ambient reminder of what this iconic American West boom town was a century and a half ago. Visiting in January? During the 10-day Sundance Film Festival Main Street buzzes with equal doses of movie and people watching magic, as cinematic storytellers and independent filmmakers from around the globe convene.
Ever wondered what it would be like to rocket down a track in an Olympic bobsled, as you pinball, side to side, at more than 100 kilometres per hour? The Comet is a signature attraction at Park City’s “other playground”, where thrill seekers can hurtle down the official 2002 Olympic track. If 15 turns in less than 60 seconds are too much for you, try your hand at the World’s Steepest Zipline , watch freestyle aerial and ski jumping shows, and visit the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center, which houses both the Alf Engen Ski and 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museums.
Spend your aprés bargain hunting at nearby Tanger Outlets Malls featuring more than 2,200 big American brands from Michael Kors, BCBGMAXAZRIA and Banana Republic. The vast majority of merchandise at 30%-70% below retail price is first quality and in-season!
After a long day on the slopes, cruise to the bottom of Quit 'N Time ski run to experience The High West Distillery & Saloon, the world’s only ski-in distillery and gastro-saloon. Headed by proprietor David Perkins, this singular craft spirits specialist offers some 13 small-batch bourbon and rye variations (he makes vodka too!) paired with delectable Southern-style pub fare.
Overlooking the Ski Beach across from the Red Pine Gondola in the heart of Canyons Village, The Farm serves sustainably sourced and prepared “from scratch” cuisine.The award-winning restaurant also offers more than 400 wines that pair flawlessly with dishes like the Beef Tenderloin and Maple Glazed Pork Belly.
Cozy up with family and friends for a scenic old fashioned sleigh ride through the pristine slopes of Park City to our cozy mountain lodge, where you'll be greeted by an ambient fireplace, live music, and a western style barbecue, gourmet style. The Snowed Inn Sleigh Ride Dinner is a heart-warming treat not to be missed and a delight for a special family occasion.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. If ski-in/ski-out cozy convinience is your thing head to Canyons Village at Park City, located a short shuttle ride from Main Street and nestled into the slopes of some of the best skiing in Utah. AAA Four-Diamond hotel, the Canyons Grand Summit Hotel offers ski-in/ski-out luxury with a full-service spa and health club and grand ballroom and conference center, as well as bar and dining options to please any palate. Or follow the steam rising off the year-round heated swimming pool at the Silverado Lodge. This Park City gem strikes a comfort chord with in-room gas fireplaces, flat-screen TVs, heated underground parking and shuttle service to the slopes.
Double your fun and sleep minutes away from bustling boutiques and more chefs per capita than the city of Paris. The newly renovated DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City—The Yarrow offers stunning mountain views and first-class amenities less than five minutes from Park City’s historic Main Street, or follow the celebs and opt for the chic landmark hotel Main & Sky.
If you're the type to start your day off on first-chair and end it skiing straight into Main Street's aprés scene, you might enjoy staying at the Park City base area. A range of price points and a location smack dab in the middle of the town's attractions; make this area first choice for many. Try the affordable Powder Pointe condominiums, across from Park City Mountain Resort's lower parking lot, a short walk to First Time and Three King lifts. Supermarkets, movie theaters, and sports shops.
U.S. Snowboarding & Freeskiing Grand Prix is an annual thrill each February, showcasing the world’s best ski and snowboard athletes in Park City’s award winning Eagle Superpipe and terrian parks. Don’t miss Sochi gold medalists Joss Christensen and Sage Kotsenburg go for gold on their home turf.
Every January for over 30 years, the Sundance Film Festival brings together the most original cinematic storytellers and equally adventurous audiences for its annual showcase of independent filmmakers from around the globe. Close to 50,000 movie lovers descend upon Park City, and for 10 days, Main Street buzzes non-stop with equal doses of movie and people-watching magic.
While it’s hard to ever get enough of Park City’s world-class slopes, it’s also true that there’s much, much more than skiing and snowboarding to this resort. From the Alpine Coaster, winding through aspen glades and over 1,200 meters of curves and loops, to the year-round Flying Eagle Zipline, to guided snowshoe treks, sleigh rides and dinners in a Viking Yurt … if it’s off-your-skis fun you’re after, Park City is your mecca.
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