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Mountain Stats

Mountain Stats

Mountain Name Park City Mountain Resort
Base Elevation 6900
Summit Elevation 10,000
Vertical Rise 3100
Total Skiable Acres 3300 + 4000 @ Canyons
Beginner 17
Intermediate 50
Advanced/Expert 33
Number of Lifts
Surface 16
Double 3
Triple 6
Quad 3
Six Pack 4
Terrain Parks 3
Bowls 9
Number of Trails 114
Longest Run 3.5
Average Snowfall 350
Hours of Operation 9:00 to 4:00

You might remember Park City as being two different places, Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort, but that has all changed and the result is one massive ski mountain with 7,300 acres of every imaginable type of terrain possible. Beginning in the Canyons base village, the resort rises from 6,800 feet and summits at 10,000 feet creating a vertical rise of 3,200 feet with 38 lifts, including beginner magic carpet lifts, accessing over 300 trails. Each year this behemoth is coated by an average of 360 inches of the “Greatest Snow on Earth” (it even says so on their license plates)! Park City has it all, from perfectly manicured groomers to pristine glades, the most forgiving beginner trails, challenging steeps and bowls, parks and pipes with over 150 features, thigh-burning bumps, and night skiing for those who did not get enough during the day! Almost 1,000 acres are devoted to “Beginners”, and that is just 13% of the terrain. Those working to hone their skills will find plenty to play on with 48% of the mountain ranked “Intermediate” and the “Experts” will reach a pleasurable level of exhaustion exploring the 39% of the mountain devoted to them.

As a member of the Vail Resorts family Park City is part of the Epic Pass collection of resorts. This means that when you purchase your Epic Pass lift ticket through Rocky Mountain Getaways you not only enjoy skiing and riding at Park City but are also afforded access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and A-Basin in Colorado; Heavenly, Northstar, and Kirkwood in Lake Tahoe; Perisher Mountain in Australia; and Mount Brighton and Ashton Mountain in the midwest.

Park City Mountain Resort Trail Map