With an average annual snowfall of 365 inches spread out over 3,300 total skiable acres, you should be ready to cover lots of ground at Park City Mountain Resort. The 114 trails and 16 lifts guarantee there’s a stretch of snow for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. The resort classifies 17 percent of its trails as easy, 52 percent as more difficult and 31 percent are described as most difficult.
Along with skiing and snowboarding, the list of winter activities is long and includes tubing, ice skating, sleigh rides and snowmobile rides.
With summer comes a slew of possibilities to get and stay outside. The resort is home to 70 miles of hiking and biking trails. Fly through the air on zip lines, reach new heights on the climbing wall or race down the Alpine Slide, one of the longest slides in the world.
Families with young children have numerous spaces to call their own at Park City Mountain Resort. Along with miniature golf, there’s the Adventure Zone playground and Little Miners Park. The amusement park entertains its’ tiniest guests with a merry-go-round, airplane ride and mini train.
Park City Mountain Resort is located in Park City, Utah. It’s 35-minute drive from the Salt Lake International Airport.