In the heart of the American Rockies you’ll find Park City, Utah, an authentic western town that specializes in world-class culture, restaurants, shopping, and accommodation. Not to mention, Park City has some of the finest snow conditions in North America. Park City is located just 50 km from Salt Lake International Airport. That means you're only 45 minutes from three diverse mountain resorts: Park City Mountain Resort, The Canyons, and Deer Valley Resort (snowboarding not permitted at Deer Valley).
Park City Activities Guide
Congratulations on selecting Park City as your Skican vacation destination! Although Park City is best known for its terrific skiing/riding, the area offers plenty of additional activities for you to enjoy during your stay.
Park City Resort and the Canyons have four terrain parks that serve a wide range of ability levels.
Cross Country Skiing
Park City offers 18km of groomed cross country ski trails that vary in difficulty from beginner to expert. If you are feeling a little more adventurous, you can hire a guide to take you on a custom tour.
Let one of the many snowmobile touring companies take you for an exciting ride on trails and terrain that are otherwise inaccessible.
Park city has 100km of snowshoe trails, many of which are groomed by the Mountain Trails Foundation. Private guides and rentals are available at several locations in town.
Snow tubing is a great activity for whole family. The trails are lit and lift accessible, so you can enjoy the ride down without all the hard work of climbing back up.
Utah Olympic Park
Utah Olympic Park was the venue for nordic skiing, ski jumping, bobsled, and luge in the 2002 Olympics. Free tours run daily starting in December, and if you're feeling brave, you can also go for a ride in a bobsled.
The Alf Engen Ski Museum Foundation includes interactive exhibits that depict the history of skiing in the West. It also features a virtual reality ski theater and a 2002 Olympic Winter Games exhibit.
*Skican does not endorse these activities and you undertake them at your own risk.