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Park City snowmaker Seth Cook has been nominated for the HKD "I AM a Snowmaker" award.  Seth's commitment to safety, a quality product, his team, and maximum output has helped the resort provide the best snow surface as early as possible year after year.

Watch Seth's "I AM a Snowmaker" video produced by Andrew Braden below, and then vote for Seth before April 7, 2015 here.
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Spending Spring Break in the mountains? Buy your lift tickets in advance for the best price! Get up to 35% OFF tickets here: http://bit.ly/1AOH06j
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Here's a view of the 2015 Park City Grand Prix all the way form the spectator's view all the way to the athletes view and more. Relive the event through our eyes. Don't blink, you'll miss it!
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+1 this post if you enjoy storm skiing and riding as much as we do!
We've gotten 9 inches in the past 24 hours, 21 inches in the past 5 days and more coming down #ParkCityTime #ParkCity #LetItSnow! http://bit.ly/1AVH0WL
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There was more than 9 inches up there today.
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Park City Mountain Resort athletes Joss Christensen and McRae Williams brought home 1st and 2nd place today in the Park City Grand Prix! Click the link below for all skiing slopestyle results.
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It's snowing! See for yourself on our live, controllable cams, here's the view from our Summit Cam: http://bit.ly/1w5lZc9
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We wouldn't mind that either!
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We've been busy buffing the mountain up to get ready for the coming President's Day Weekend.
There's still time to take advantage of our best deals on lift tickets, and pick them up from our EpicDay Express Lane, so you can get up on the mountain quicker! http://bit.ly/16QKMES
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Next year we're combining with +Canyons Resort to create the largest resort in the US! Big things are happening in #ParkCity! 
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How many snowflakes can you catch on your tongue? If you can't make it up to try, feel free to make yourself jealous by viewing our real-time, controllable cams. http://bit.ly/1GHIx3z
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POWDER ALERT! 6 inches of new snow in the last 24 hours at Park City Mountain Resort. View our snow stake cam here: http://bit.ly/1AXzzgp
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It's still snowing in Park City! Saturdays are perfect for earning your turns. Check out our snow report here: http://bit.ly/1zY6HTP
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Some of the world's most exciting freeskiers and snowboarders return to Park City Mountain Resort the last week of February when we host the Sprint U.S. Snowboarding & Freeskiing Grand Prix in our King's Crown Park and Eagle Superpipe February 27-March 1. 
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1345 Lowell Ave Park City, UT 84060
1345 Lowell AvenueUSUtahPark City84060
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Consistently ranked among North America’s premier resorts by the ski and snowboard industry’s most respected publications, Park City Mountain Resort is located in the heart of Park City, Utah and is only a 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport.

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Spencer Wade
a month ago
Love going to this place, had the pleasure of meeting up with friends over the last few weeks. Went to Park City and as always had a great time. The snow is always on point and the lifts go for miles. The backside of the mountain is some of the best snowboarding around. I highly recommended this place if you haven't checked it out, it worth every penny and the snow is the best around.
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Landon Labrum
3 weeks ago
PCMR has every type of terrain that you can imagine! Their Parks have the nicest features that you will ever be able to find at ANY resort along with the massive 22 foot super-pipe. The groomed runs are well taken care of and easy to understand. Jupiter Peak, Thaynes and Blue Slip are great for the adventurous big-mountain riders and McConkeys has the best tree-skiing you can ever get! All of the runs are groomed super well, clean and friendly staff. If you want the best all-around riding in Utah go to PCMR
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Stephanie Han
a month ago
My first time skiing in Utah was at Park City and it lived up to all my expectations. It's big and beautiful, with much for this Mammoth devotée to like! Huge open runs for all abilities and lots of places to grab a bite or drink and chill while taking in the view. Loved the run that takes you right into the middle of town! We tried getting lunch in town but the Sundance Film Festival was going on and it was totally bananas down there so we took the Town Lift right back up to the serene slopes. The last run was a perfect non-stop cruise from top to bottom on Home Run. Sigh, when do I get to go back?
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Irina Stoilova
3 months ago
UPDATED, 12/24/2014 I have skied pcmr for 4 years straight. I can tell you that up until this year (2014/15) it was a pleasure - lines, grooming, staff, parking, etc were great. It was a mountain to go ski and ski. This year, so far, since Vail Resorts took over, it has been horrible. Long lines, runs not open, runs not groomed, beyond crowded, no parking, etc. It has been only a few weeks and I can tell you I will be skiing elsewhere. Old rating 5 stars, updated to 1. I would give ZERO, if I could. ----------------OLD Review --------------- The runs are wide so even with crowds on weekends it is not bad. Runs are smooth and a lot have consistent pitch. Have to try the black/blue signature runs, they are the best. Free parking was available very close to lifts.
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Julie Stevenson Steiner
2 months ago
This review is based solely on PCMR's customer service. We waited in line for 20 minutes to purchase a lift ticket - I only mention this because there were 4 people working the ticket windows and only 6 people in front of us. It should not have taken that long for a single day lift ticket purchase. Wiser to purchase online, it seems! This alone is not deserving of a 3 star rating. What lead me to that rating is the fact that we waited in line for 20 minutes to purchase a lift ticket that did not work. So, we waited another 20 minutes while an employee remedied that situation. We were never offered an explanation, nor an apology. There was another couple near us who experienced the same thing. Make sure your ticket works before you leave the line! I completely understand that people make mistakes, but the customer service we received after a 40 minute wait was sub-par. We drove 8 hours to check out this resort, so we were a bit disappointed to have our day start out that way.
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Levi Mackintosh
3 months ago
An industry leader. They are the best for a reason, and every experience I've had with them is a positive one. They're park crew is on point and their features are a blast. They're opening day park is better than my local resorts' all year long. If you want the best, PC is where it's at.
Allie Call
a month ago
I have skied PCMR my entire life, even worked for them in the past (before vail resorts took over) And I absolutely love the mountain, the skiing is incredible, definitely the best mountain PC has to offer any of its guests. However, since the take over, I WOULD NOT reccomend this resort to anyone who actually enjoys skiing. its impossible to get up the lifts. The new lift lines are absolutely absurd! There is no one directing the flow of traffic and you are left to fend for yourself against every other person that wants to get up the mountain also. Simply leaving a tiny yellow sign that says "Alternate" is not adequate for the amount of traffic that funnels through these lift lines. Its frustrating even skiing as a single. There is no direction or supervision at the lifts whatsoever. Now if its frustrating for a single skier try being a coach with 5 young kids with you. These kids understand how to ski and how lift lines are supposed to work, but can not edge their way into their place in line with these "alternate" signs and no direction. That leaves us, their coaches, to lead them into a sea of angry and unpleasant guests arguing and complaining with us that we cut them or in my case actually trying to start a physical brawl over it. Until this issue is solved with the high amount of traffic and no guidance at any of the lifts at Park City Mountain Resort I would recommend skiing elsewhere, Deer Valley or The Canyons in PC or anything in the greater SLC area you will actually spend time enjoying the mountain and not arguing with other angry guests at the bottom of the lift lines.
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Scott Reynolds
2 months ago
Not nearly as well run as other high end resorts. In this area Deer Valley is unmatched and far better. Park City Resort is not nearly as clean, more crowded since they don't limit the number of lift tickets they sell. And we've had situations were the line to just get a lift ticket can take nearly an hour at Park City. But its a big mountain and can be fun, but if you can avoid it, especially during the peak periods hit some of the other places in Utah, you'll be better off.
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