No Girls Allowed Plan the ultimate guys' getaway to Park City

  • The Itinerary
  • Dy 1: Park City (Town Side)
  • Day 2: Park City (Canyons Village Side)
  • Day 3: PC Powdercats

Whether you’re planning to re-create the Hangover bachelor party or are seeking a more low-key ski weekend, Park City has you and your boys covered.

With world-class skiing, great food, and some of the finest watering holes in all of Ski Country, Park City is perfect for a dudes-only getaway. 

Park City’s proximity to Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) makes it easy to get in three days on the slopes over a long weekend.

Day One

Wherever you're staying, Park City Resort’s town lift makes for easy access to the slopes as soon as you arrive.

Warm up by cruising some corduroy off the Silverlode Chair.

These mainly intermediate runs will acclimate you to the altitude before challenging yourself to PCMR’s high-alpine terrain.

When you’re ready, head to Jupiter Bowl to jump-turn your way through expert-level, tree-lined chutes.

Close out the day by making hot laps on McConkey’s chair, named after legendary skier Shane McConkey. 

On the way downhill to the hotel, click out of your bindings for a drink and a bite at High West Distillery & Saloon—the world’s only ski-in distillery.

Sample its signature Deadman’s Boot cocktail while savoring house-baked pretzels and three-bean chili.

After dinner, head up Main Street to Flanagan’s to keep the party going.

Whether you prefer to watch the game upstairs or catch a live show downstairs, this is where you’ll get the best Guinness pour in town.

Day Two 

Pro Tip

Start off riding the Orange Bubble Express—the world’s first heated chairlift—for the novelty…and the warm buns.

Regardless of whether the previous night was restful or restless, you’ll want to muster all of your energy to ski the Canyons Village side of Park City Resort.  It takes two days, after all, because this is now the largest ski area in the U.S.

Fill up on a hearty breakfast at The Eating Establishment before a quick drive to Canyons.

Start off riding the Orange Bubble Express—the world’s first heated chairlift—for the novelty…and the warm buns.

From there, you can explore over 4,000 acres of skiable terrain scattered across nine peaks.

The short hike to access expert chutes off the top of the Ninety-Nine 90 lift is a must. This steep terrain often reveals untouched powder—even days after a storm.

When your ski day is done, head to Drafts in the Village for beer and its famous Tatchos, a delicious hybrid of tater tots and nachos. 

Ready to go out big in Park City? Tonight’s the night.

After a few cocktails at the Tavern on the Sky Lodge’s garden level, head to Chimayo for upscale Southwestern cuisine.

Follow dinner by barhopping your way up Main Street until you reach The Spur—an iconic Park City bar and live-music joint.

Photo by: @Iskideeppow

Day Three

There’s no time for a hangover on your final day in Park City.

Go big with Park City Powdercats. This cat skiing operation has access to more than 40,000 acres in the Uinta Mountains, about a 45-minute drive from town.

You’ll get six runs (each averaging 1,500 vertical feet) through untracked powder in a serene setting. 

Sadly, your Park City guys’ getaway does have to end, but before it does, call in a take-out order from Maxwell’s to scoop up on your way back down to SLC.

Try its Fat Kid Pizza to savor that last bit of Park City flavor before boarding your flight home.

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