This sought-after ski town is famous for Sundance, celebrities and 400 inches of snow per year.
Park City, Utah’s stats reveal why it’s called the state’s crown jewel: The area has six mountains and 330 trails. Blanket that in 400 inches of snow every year, throw in a great après-ski scene — oh, and buzzy events like Sundance — and it’s no wonder this former mining town is one of the most sought-after ski destinations in America. When the snow is not on the mountain, Park City transforms into a warmer-weather destination for golfers, bikers and hikers.
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Explore Park City

  • Deer Valley
  • Kimball Junction
  • Old Town

Deer Valley


This is the most fabulous destination in the Park City area, with ski slopes and an impressive dining scene. This mountain is also home to the Remède Spa — famed for post-piste massages — at the St. Regis Deer Valley. In the warmer months, go fly-fishing, kayaking or rafting.

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Skiing, Dining, Shopping, Nightlife , Hotels

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Kimball Junction


A hot spot for golf and accommodations, Kimball Junction is a quick drive from central Park City. Not only a great place to set as home base, the nearby Utah Olympic Park is part of athletic history where you can see locations for the luge, skeleton, ski jumping and Nordic used in the 2002 games.

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Old Town


Centered around Park City’s historic Main Street, Old Town is where you’ll come for après-ski drinks and dinner, as well as shopping and gallery hopping all day long.

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Dining, Shopping, Nightlife , Culture, Art

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Spend 72 Unforgettable Hours in Park City, Utah

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Ski, Shop and Dine

Get a taste of the gallery scene on Park City’s Main Street, then outfit yourself for the slopes — start with Prospect for enviable après-ski styles. Debut your new looks over dinner at 710 Bodega.

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Cruise the Canyons

Sink into fresh powder at Canyons Village, a ski mountain under the Park City Mountain Resort umbrella. Capitalize on the “First Tracks” program, which gets skiers and boarders onto the mountain before the crowds, and don’t miss breakfast at Squatters Roadhouse Grill and dinner at Courchevel.

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Board (or Ski) Until Quit ‘N Time

Start your Sunday on the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort, where you can ski or ride the Quit ‘N Time trail all the way to High West Distillery. Pop by the Alf Engen Ski Museum for a look at the best of on-the-slopes fashion, then get a feel for Main Street culture at the must-visit No Name Saloon.

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