Park City Mountain
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With 7,300 acres and 330+ trails, grooming at Park City is no small feat. Around 40 snowcats spread out across the resort over the course of two shifts per night to groom over 115 trails into the corduroy-like lines you see in the morning. For many of Park city groomers here, the act of smoothing…
December 24, Dusk Come enjoy the 57th annual Torchlight Parade at Park City Mountain Resort. This traditional celebration lights up the mountain as Park City Staff ski down the mountain in formation with giant flares.
Obviously this place is great for skiing in the winter, but if you're in Park City with kids in the summertime, Park City Mountain Resort has lots of thrilling activities. Ride the alpine slide, mountain coaster or zip line!
This is our ski resort of choice - no fighting traffic in the Cottonwood Canyons, and with 43 lifts you can easily find a place off to yourself.
This resort has a huge amount of terrain, and has taken on even more with the combination of the resort with The Canyons Resort when Vail purchased it in 2014. This resort is definitely the most touristy, and tends not to have as good of snow as the resorts on the West side of the Wasatch mountains,…
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“If you love to ski, Salt Lake City is a destination that should be on your list of places to visit. Within easy reach of the city are the ski resorts of Park City, Deer Valley, Snowbird, Alta, Brighton, Solitude, Snowbasin, Powder Mountain, and Sundance. Just up Interstate 80, you'll find the resorts of Park City and Deer Valley. If you prefer smaller resorts, Alta and Snowbird are up the Little Cottonwood Valley via highway 210. Both drives are twisty and scenic, as they take you into the heart of the jagged Wasatch Range. Solitude and Brighton are north over the ridge over in Big Cottonwood Valley, only a few miles away as the crow flies, but over an hour by road. If you head north of Salt Lake City for about an hour, you'll find two lesser known but still amazing resorts: Snowbasin and Powder Mountain. Snowbasin is an ideal destination if you love skiing but hate crowds. It's rarely too busy, and the lift infrastructure is excellent, as it was one of the host mountains of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Powder Mountain has the largest skiable terrain of all the resorts in the United States and limits the number of skiers on the mountain at 1,000. For those who prefer a smaller and historic ski resort, head an hour south of Salt Lake City to Sundance, started in 1969 and made famous by actor Robert Redford. For skiers and boarders watching their pennies, Salt Lake City is a great base, with a good assortment of cheap and mid-range hotels and a wide variety of restaurants. This makes SLC a good alternative to staying at the resorts, where you'll pay tourist prices versus local prices in town. One often overlooked advantage of staying in Salt Lake City is the lower elevation, which will limit the effects of the altitude. ”
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“Head to the Canyons Village this winter for Silver Sky Nights at Canyons Village! Live music, complimentary hot beverages and of course, spectacular fireworks displays await throughout the season. Each event will begin at 4:00 p.m., with fireworks starting at varying times. Silver Sky Nights Schedule: Friday, December 17: 5:30 p.m. fireworks, with live music by Nathan Spenser Revue I Thursday, December 23: 5:30 p.m. fireworks, with live music by The Fab Folk I Saturday, January 15: 5:45 p.m. fireworks, with live music by Snyderville Station, plus a live ice carving demonstration by Iceworks I Friday, January 21: 5:45 p.m. fireworks, with live music by Timmy The Teeth, plus a live ice carving demonstration by Iceworks I Friday, February 11: 6:00 p.m. fireworks, with live music by The Proper Way, plus a live ice carving demonstration by Iceworks I Saturday, February 19: 6:15 p.m. fireworks, with live music by Nathan Spenser Revue, plus a live ice carving demonstration by Iceworks”
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“Best Burger in all of Utah, if in SLC Copper Onion is the next best. Take a stroll down main street. Lovely drinks as well!”
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“A must-do when visiting Park City. Watch bobsled training and visit the museum. ”
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“Utah’s best ski resort, located in Park City. Award-winning dining and service, and the world's best-groomed slopes, to myriad activities for everyone to choose from, your Deer Valley vacation has something for everyone!”
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