Who is Park City Mountain for?
Park City Mountain appeals to skiers and snowboarders who strive to conquer the resort’s famed status as the largest ski resort in the United States. Park City Mountain touts 7,300 acres, over 330 trails, 43 lifts and six terrain parks. There’s an experience for all levels, however, 92% of the terrain is geared to intermediate and advanced crews. Try out extra-long groomers, epic shredding in Jupiter Bowl or a magic flight in the Orange Bubble Express.
Ready for jumps, rails, wallrides, boxes and bonks? Park City Mountain hosts six (yes, six!) terrain parks, one halfpipe and one mini-pipe for skiers and riders of all abilities. Newbies and families have their pick of two beginner parks — Little Kings park at the Park City Base or Pinedraw park at the Canyons Village base — while advanced park-goers use 3 Kings for their gravity-defying action.
Parking and Transportation
Parking isn’t always easy on weekends and holidays, but if you strategize ahead of time and arrive early, you’ll hit the slopes without hassle. Take your pick of complimentary parking, paid parking, garage parking or riding public transportation.
No parking reservations are required at either the Park City Mountain Village or Canyon’s Village. For complimentary parking lots, follow the directions from the parking attendants as you arrive. The Town Lift offers another route to the mountain if you’re lucky enough to find parking near Main Street.
Park City's bus system stops right at the base of both Park City Mountain Village and Canyon’s Village, making public transportation a convenient — and free — way to access the resort. See more Utah ski vacation tips.
Restaurants and Places to Relax
Fuel up or wind down at a number of Park City Mountain Resort dining options. From grab-n-go cafes and full-service lunches to apres-ski lounges and old-school taverns, shredders find their favorites on the mountain and at the resort’s two base camps — Mountain Village and Canyons Village.
Legends Bar & Grill — Elegant and family-friend, Legends Bar & Grill boasts a gastro-pub vibe open for cocktails, lunch and apres ski on the first floor of Legacy Lodge in the Mountain Village. Enjoy grilled chicken nachos, warm artichokes and spinach dip, a Kobe beef burger, homemade French onion soup or Ahi tuna salad. Legacy Cafe sits adjacent to Legends for casual bites including chili, soups, burgers, pizza and grab-and-go sandwiches.
Red Pine Lodge — Take the Red Pine Gondola up to 8,000 feet or ski down from The Meadows lift or Saddleback Express for an easy-in, easy-out brunch, lunch or snack. This mid-mountain lodge dishes up cafeteria-style nosh including soups, sandwiches, pizza and grilled entrees. On a warm day, the outside patio serves up ski-run views and sunshine.
The Farm Restaurant — Craving a refined culinary experience for lunch or dinner? The Farm at Canyons Village showcases a seasonal American menu with charcuterie, seafood and steak, plus a robust wine, beer and cocktail menu. Take your pick of dining inside their rustic-chic dining room or attached heated yurt.
Park City Mountain does not offer night skiing.