After the 2002 Winter Olympics, the world has discovered Park City as the premier ski destination. Every winter, skiers, and snowboarders flock to Park City Mountain, the biggest ski resort in the US, with excellent snow conditions, backcountry opportunities, and miles of groomed trails. Deer Valley Resort is another award-winning destination in Utah. The resort that receives over 300 inches of snowfall (760 cm) annually is available for skiers only.
Ski resorts in Park City usually operate from late November through mid-April. Starting from mid-January, crowds at Park City get thinner, and it's possible to find more affordable accommodation. In terms of snow conditions, February is the best month to ski or snowboard in Park City.
Park City Mountain
With its 17 towering peaks, Park City Mountain is a spectacular ski resort, which stuns with its size and high-quality services. You can spend a week here and still have more to explore. How long will it take you to check out all of its 330 runs? It might take a while, even if you ski day and night. By the way, night skiing is available at 120 trails. Take a ride at Quicksilver gondola to check out the Canyons base area, also known as Canyons at Park City, an amazing ski resort of its own. Terrain parks fans can discover some of the best park & pipe set-ups in the USA, which includes eight terrain parks for all levels and two halfpipes.
vertical: 3,226 feet (983 m) area: 7,300 acres (2,950 ha) runs: 330 lifts: 43 season: late November to mid-April
Deer Valley Resort
Deer Valley is famous for its luxurious accommodation, excellent food, and après-ski, as well as trails groomed to perfection. It's a perfect destination for families with on-site childcare, plenty of ski school options, and a wide choice of lodging and dining. It also offers an unbeatable skiing experience with over 100 runs, suited for every level.
vertical: 3,000 feet (910 m) area: 2,026 acres (820 ha) runs: 110 lifts: 24 season: early December to mid-April