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Winter in Park City | January 12, 2022
Park City, Utah is known for a lot of things. Beautiful scenery, delicious dining, an idyllic, historic downtown, gorgeous hiking trails— and of course, skiing. There’s a reason that the 2002 Winter Olympics were held here, and it has a lot to do with the endless inventory of ski trails and the perfection of the powder that we’re blessed with every winter.
With over 10,000 skiable acres— including the largest ski resort in the US (Park City Mountain)— and runs for every age and skill level, there’s a trail for everyone to ski in Park City, Utah.
Here are our three favorite spots to get your glide on, in no particular order.
When you arrive in Park City from the Salt Lake City, Utah airport, this welcoming and laid-back ski resort is the first base area you come to. With lots of ski shops and schools in the courtyard, Canyons Village is your all-in-one shop for all you need to hit the slopes— with lots of style and confidence. There’s also the Orange Bubble Express— an enclosed, fully heated chairlift that you have to take for a spin while you’re here. You’ll also want to grab some lunch or dinner at The Farm, the award-winning restaurant in Canyons Village that only serves the freshest farm-to-table fare.
Visit their website to learn more and to make reservations.
Deer Valley is famous for its exceptional customer service— and you’ll notice it from the moment you arrive. From the delightful barista brewing your pre-ski cup of joe to the friendly ski valets and lift attendants, Deer Valley is such a lovely place to spend the day. They also boast a larger inventory of beginner terrain than other Park City ski resorts, so if you’re new to skiing and snowboarding you’re sure to feel right at home. Then when you’ve improved to expert level— there are black diamond runs to try as well.
Deer Valley Resort has always limited the number of ski passes they sell so that their slopes are never too crowded. So you’ll want to visit their website to purchase your passes and ski rentals.
If you’re a snowboarder, fewer spots can match the epic terrain at Park City Mountain. With dozens of pipes and half-pipes, you’ll find a jaw-dropping array of freestyle terrain to try out. And if you’re looking for more classic ski runs, Park City Mountain has some of the best slopes and moguls in the world. The sheer variety of options is endless— so everyone in your group, from experts to amateurs, will have a great time.
Check out their website for more information and making reservations.
To find the perfect Park City vacation rental for your next ski vacation, give the Park City rental experts at Moose Management a call or send us an email. Besides locating your ideal mountain hideaway to kick back after a day on the slopes, we are also happy to help you with lift tickets and reservations, too. In fact, take a quick peek inside our Canyon Crossing 2153 vacation rental, with 3 comfy bedrooms, space for 10 people, and a relaxing hot tub to soak your tired muscles.
Give us a call, and start planning your next winter escape to the ski paradise of Park City today.