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2016/17 WINTER SEASON DATES ANNOUNCED.

Opening Dates:
Park City Base: November 18th.
Canyons Village: November 23rd.
Closing Date:
April 16th.

Save up to 40% this winter with our Book Early, Save Big! lodging package!
http://www.parkcitymountain.com/plan-your-trip/vacation-deals-and-packages/offer-details.aspx?ProductID=PCCY_2016-2017_BOOK-EARLY&ExplorerFilters=Lodging%20Only||

2016/17 Season Passes are now on sale!
Purchase your Epic Pass before the May 30th deadline to receive:
The lowest price guaranteed.
Six Ski With a Friend Tickets.
- Free scenic lift rides this summer and more!
- http://www.parkcitymountain.com/plan-your-trip/season-passes/season-passes-explorer.aspx
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Thank you for a historic season! We would like to thank our employees, our guests and our amazing community for making this season such a monumental success. We look forward to seeing you on the slopes next winter. #OneParkCity
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Notice this view? It's looking out from the top of Jupiter Peak while the storm clouds roll out of the area. #OneParkCity
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The 96 hour sale is here! Save up to 40% on lodging at Park City during the next 96 hours. Sale ends at 11:59 pm on Friday.

http://www.parkcitymountain.com/plan-your-trip/vacation-deals-and-packages/offer-details.aspx?et_rid=375336338%20%20&cmpid=ET6986465&ProductID=PCCY_2016_96-HOUR-SPRING
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Land your #DreamJob with us at our National Hiring Event on January 14th. #SeizeTheSnow

http://www.vailresortscareers.com/hiring-event
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Summer's fun is soon to come. Opening dates: Park City Base & Canyons Golf, 5/27. Canyons Village (Bike Park Included), 6/17. ‪#‎OneParkCity‬

http://www.parkcitymountain.com/mountain/hours.aspx#/SummerOperationHours
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Our Season Pass deadline is quickly approaching. Buy before April 10th to receive 6 Buddy Tickets and lock in the guaranteed lowest price. #EpicPass #OneParkCity

http://www.parkcitymountain.com/plan-your-trip/season-passes/season-passes-explorer.aspx?CMPID=SOCFY15603
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Our 96 Hour Sale ends at midnight. Take advantage of steep lodging discounts of up to 40% this spring before it's too late.

http://www.parkcitymountain.com/plan-your-trip/vacation-deals-and-packages/offer-details.aspx?et_rid=375336338++&cmpid=ET6986465&ProductID=PCCY_2016_96-HOUR-SPRING
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Lost pup update: Turns out these puppies had quite the homeward bound journey. They traveled over 30 miles and were found last night by our grooming team near the base McConkey's after traveling over Guardsman Pass from Midway. Owner has been found. 
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Come meet Park City's Paw Patrol all weekend long on the Ski Beach in Canyons Village at 4:30pm. #OneParkCity

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1345 Lowell Ave Park City, UT 84060
1345 Lowell AvenueUSUtahPark City84060
(800) 222-7275parkcitymountain.com
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Park City is the largest ski area in the United States. With over 7,300 acres, 300+trails, 41 lifts, seven terrain parks,14 bowls, six natural half pipes.

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"Great mountain, cute downtown, gorgeous scenery."
"Went on the Alpine slide and Alpine Coaster and both were worth the money."
"The resorts offer phenomenal skiing, good entertainment, and wonderful food."
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Eric Treloar
a month ago
Love PC, love the drive through the canyon and we all love the skiing. Summer time at the resorts is awesome too. Biking and hiking along with zip lines and mountain coasters galore, make for year round activities. Restaurants and pubs are some of the best in the area. Add the music festivals and film festival, you have seemingly endless entertainment.
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Joseph V
2 weeks ago
Park City has some great expert terrain, ideal snow conditions and awesome international ski instructors, but the upper management staff has a lot to be desired and does NOT do the resort or the staff who work for them justice. From our experience, they are out of control, self-involved and put our children in great danger, actually hitting our youngest child, causing her great bodily harm and fleeing the scene of the accident that he created. On our last day at Park City Mountain, we didn't have our instructor booked or our kids in ski school, since it was a short day for us and we all wanted to ski as a family and that was a BIG mistake. My brother, 5 year old daughter and I were making our way down from the top of Homerun to meet up with the rest of the family at Silverlode lift and I noticed a large crowd of ski school supervisors and their managers flying down the green run, in a designated beginner area, behind us. I thought that strange, as it's clearly a slow / learning zone, but didn't think much of it, as I assumed they were all in control, advanced skiers / boarders and were just showing off; MY MISTAKE. I could tell who they were by their distinctive red and silver jackets/uniforms. Without realizing what was about to transpire, one of the ski school supervisors, who I later learned is named DAVE LUNDBERG, hit my youngest daughter at full speed, towards skiers left of Homerun and as he watched her tomahawk and crash, losing all of her equipment, continued on faster down the slop than when he had hit her. Thank God my wife did not witness this, as she would have been devastated, but when my brother and I reached my daughter, she was crying terribly and had a tear in her ski pants from where he'd hit and run over her. Ski patrol was called, she was sledded down and she luckily only suffered a gash needing a few stitches, concussion and black eye from the disaster that Dave had created. Luckily his helmet and goggles were distinctive enough for me to identify him. I'm proud and relieved to say that she skied later that year in Colorado and has moved on from the situation, but I felt compelled to let Vail, Park City, it's directors, managers, supervisors, Guests and all staff know that DAVE LUNDBERG hit my daughter, was out of control, skied over her, caused her significant bodily harm and injury, fled the scene of an accident and is a danger to himself and others. I hope that other Guests look out for him on the mountain if he remains a part of the management staff and to warn ski school staff that he could and would knowingly put you or others in a dangerous situation and accept no responsibility for his actions. Hope to ski again at PC, but perhaps this year we'll stick to the Canyons side, Deer Valley and even Snowbird.
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Danner Banks
4 months ago
I have skied at Park City for a day or two the last three weeks, and I have to say, this place is HUGE. There's a reason why it is known as one of the best resorts and for the best skiing terrain in the world. The runs are wide, they are well groomed. The lift lines aren't long because every lift is a 6 man high speed. And it's also not hard to take the chairs to the top and get away from the crowds at the bottom. The gondola to access the Canyons side of the hill is a welcome addition. The amenities are nice, but pricey (just like you'd expect from a world class resort). Just for your reference, a coke and some fries was $11. Not sure if they have microwaves for people who bring their own food either. Still, a wonderful place.
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Troy Spicer
2 weeks ago
I would definitely come back. I'm an intermediate skier and there were a lot of options right at my level. Definitely take the gondola and explore the other half. It was nice that there is a non resort controlled town attached.
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Ben Mountcastle
4 months ago
We ended up with a warm couple days to ride Park City but that's not their fault. They managed the slush as best as possible for the following mornings. Staff was friendly and helpful. A lot of good runs for all skill levels. Lunch options considerably expensive. Free parking was nice compared to a lot of CO resorts that charge.
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Scott Esplin
a month ago
Park City is a nice resort if you're on this side of the mountains, but is certainly overshadowed by other resorts in Utah. It's got a lot of terrain and a good mix for beginners and advanced. Snow can be really good here, but head to Little and Big Cottonwood Canyons for the shoulder seasons. When I was a cheapskate with a college pass here I would usually pack a lunch but I forgot one time and just got a side of chili cheese fries at the Mid-Mountain Lodge. I asked the young kid if it would be enough food for lunch and he said "I'll make sure it is" (and it sure was). I've ordered the same thing half a dozen times since (and asked the same question each time) and it always fills me up.
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Martin Weiss
in the last week
Great skiing in a wonderful ski town. I think it has improved since being acquired by Vail Resorts. The link-up with Canyons makes for a better experience.
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Brian Geppert
5 months ago
The Park City side of the resort is tremendous! Excellent variety; lots of lifts. The Silverload Express can get backed up quite a bit so try to avoid that if you want to minimize lift lines. Also avoid the left side (gondola-accessed) side of Canyons which mostly has runs dodging various upscale neighborhoods. Lots of tunnels, lots of cat-tracks. If you want to ski the Canyons side of Park City, start over at the Canyons Village and take those lifts up. Great lunch spot is the Viking Yurt at the top of Crescent quad. Good sandwiches, amazing strudel, wonderful ambience and views for decent prices.
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