Imagine dropping off into deep powder bowls, turning tightly down steep chutes
or gliding over the same groomed runs as the 2002 Olympians. Sound
intriguing? We make it easy for you to do just that with our Park City ski
packages and snowboard specials. Save yourself some money on airfare, ground
transportation, equipment rentals, lift tickets and lodging. Save yourself
some time by taking care of it all right here!
Park City has been referred to by many as the heart of American skiing and
it's been that way for more than 45 years. Winter sports are so ingrained in
this town that they even have a chairlift right in the historic Main Street
district. Eat some lunch, buy some clothes, check out some galleries and walk
right back to the lift for some more fun on the slopes. How convenient is
Park City Mountain Resort offers approximately 3,300 skiable acres spread over
seven peaks and an average of 300 inches of snow per year. It's been voted
one of the top 10 resorts in North America by the readers of SKI Magazine and
is the favorite training ground for many professionaly skiers and riders.
The terrain varies considerably and with approximately 100 trails to choose
from, everyone in your group will soon have their favorites dialed in.
Whether you spend the day cruising intermediates, floating through the powder
in McConkey's Bowl, challenging yourself on the pitches of Jupiter Peak or
flying high on the largest superpipe in the US, you'll spend the evening
looking forward to doing it all again the next day.
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PARK CITY MOUNTAIN RESORT INVESTS $5 MILLION IN IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE 2004 -
2005 WINTER SEASON
Park City, Utah (Winter 2004-2005) - Park City Mountain Resort, ranked a top
ten resort by Ski magazine the last 17 years, continues to enhance the
on-mountain experience for its guests with nearly $5 million in improvements
for the 2004 - 2005 season.
"Replacing the First Time chairlift with a high-speed, four-passenger
detachable lift is our biggest investment for the 2004 - 2005 season," said
Julie Hopkins, director of marketing and sales for the Resort. "The
replacement of this lift will give our beginner skiers and snowboarders a
better learning experience and more efficiently move skiers out of the lower
base area of the Resort."