Park City - Skiing & Snowboarding

Park City, Utah is always rated one of the top Ski & Snowboard destinations in the world. With three world-class resorts (we know you've heard of them: Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort, Canyons Resort) within a few miles of each other, you can spend a week skiing and never repeat the same run. Of course, most of the runs are worth doing a couple of times. Whether you are knee deep in powder coming down the black diamonds from the Ninety-nine 90 lift or cruising down the Park City Skiing wide-groomed Sidewinder trail or testing your stamina on the bumps of Thaynes, it just doesn't get any better anywhere else. There is a combination of over 50 chairlifts, gondolas and express lifts to get you to hundreds of runs for beginners on up to experts.

Skiing at Deer Valley Utah is known for its light fluffy powder snow. There's a magical phenomenon of the combination of cold temperature, dry air and moisture from the Great Salt Lake that makes Utah snow lighter and softer than any other snow. Each year, Over 400 inches of this incredible snow drops on the mountains of Park City, just waiting for you to try it out.

What about terrain parks! Park City has it all; jumps, quarter pipes, manny pads, rails, c-boxes, rainbow boxes, half pipes, fun boxes and more rails. Some of the parks have outdoor sound systems to enhance the atmosphere. Catch big air or learn how to grind the rails. For those learning and for those who think they know, there's a terrain park that will challenge you in Park City.

Not only is Park City the ideal ski & snowboard destination, Park City Main Street and the surrounding area offer the restored old mining town atmosphere with restaurants, clubs, bars, theatre and artisan galleries. The nightlife in Park City is superb and is the perfect addition after a great day on the slopes. Walk the Main Street going in and out of shops and dine at one of the many great restaurants. Don't hang out too late though, you'll want to be the first one on the slopes in the morning.

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