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- Entertaining, historic Main Street, convenient for the slopes
- Lots of bars and restaurants make nonsense of Utah’s Mormon image
- Easy to visit several resorts; and three are right in town
- Town is an enormous, charmless sprawl, with most lodgings a drive from Main Street and the slopes
- Runs tend to be rather short, with limited vertical
- Still too many slow chairlifts
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carronbrae 10 Mar 2013
Anne N 15 Aug 2010
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Staying in Park City has clear attractions, particularly if you are based near the centre to make the most of lively Main Street. It makes an excellent base for touring all of Utah’s main resorts.
The Park City Mountain Resort ski area is just one of three local ski areas covered by the Three Resort Pass (available through some UK tour operators but not locally – buy before you go) and easily reached by frequent and free buses. The other two are Deer Valley ski area (separated from the Park City slopes only by a fence between two pistes, and by separate ownership with different objectives – all very strange, to European eyes) and Canyons, which is a little further away. Then there are the famously powdery resorts of Snowbird and Alta, less than an hour away; you need a separate lift pass for them.
News – this season 2012/13
There are plans to upgrade the capacity and energy efficiency of the snow-guns.
News – last season 2011/12
At Resort Base a triple chair replaced the Three Kings double that serves the terrain park and super-pipe. A new beginner area was also built here, served by two moving carpets. Three-day ‘I Ride Park City’ freestyle camps were introduced for youngsters aged nine to 15. A two-person zipline was also installed.
News – 2010/11
The former Pick ‘N Shovel terrain park became the Three Kings. It doubled in size and is now floodlit for night-use. Three new ‘Adventure Alley’ blue runs through the trees were created.
Two moving carpets replaced the old rope tow in the main tubing area.