The thrills are everywhere at Park City. Skiing, snowboarding, tubing, sledding, laughing, screaming.
Park City Mountain Village
Nestled at 6,900 feet above sea level, the Park City mountain village was developed when the first ski lift was constructed over 50 years ago in 1963.
Since then, many changes and events have taken place to re-write Park City’s future as a top-ten ski destination—including hosting the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and more recently, the creation of the largest ski resort in the United States.
For quick access to our fantastic learning terrain, or to lay first tracks in the deep powder of Jupiter and McConkey’s bowls, you’ll want to book your lodging near the Park City mountain village.
Park City Town
Main Street provides an array of nightlife, restaurants, and lodging options. Park City Mountain Central Reservations is your one-stop-shop for booking your vacation.
Park City is the only resort with lift access directly to the town’s historic Main Street. You can ski or ride down Quit’N Time or Creole runs to the multitude of shops, restaurants, bars, and galleries that give Park City its authentic mining town look and feel. And with ski-in/ski-out access to the resort, you can access the largest ski resort in North America directly from Main Street.
Park City Area map
- Elevation: Base – 6,800 feet, Summit – 10,000 feet
- Vertical Rise: 3,200 ft/ 975 m
- Trails: 300+
- Terrain: 12% Beginner; 47% Intermediate; 41% Expert
- Total Skiable Acres: 7,300+ acres/ ~3000 hectares
- Mountain Peaks: 17
- Bowls: 14
- HalfPipes: 8 including 1 super pipe and 6 natural
- Terrain Parks: 7
- Hours: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
- Night Ski: 4:00 pm – 8:00pm
- Half Day: 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm
- Average Snowfall: 355″/ 902cm