Deer Valley Resort

Welcome to Deer Valley, rated the #1 ski resort in North America by the readers of Ski Magazine in 2005, and host of the 2002 Olympic Games in the slalom, aerial, and mogul events. World renown for it's overall service, gourmet dining, and luxury accommodations, Deer Valley has consistently earned top honors for superb snow conditions and terrain, excellent mountain grooming with easy access & short lift lines.

Situated on four mountains with over 1,750 acres and 19 lifts, Deer Valley offers a wide variety of conditions for skiers of all abilities. The Resort is an easy five minutes from the center of Park City's historic Old Town and only 36 miles from the Salt Lake City's International Airport where you can fly in from most major cities in the morning and ski in the afternoon.

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Park City Mountain Resort

Known as "the heart of American skiing", The Park City Mountain Resort offers more than 3,300 acres of groomed runs, 14 lifts, and numerous bowls, moguls, and three world-class terrain parks. The resort boasts a lift and bridge that provides the only direct on-snow link from the mountains to the city's historic Main Street. The Resort has earned its reputation by hosting numerous world-class competitions including the 2002 Olympic Superpipe where the Americans swept the men's halfpipe competition, the US Snowboard Grand Prix and the World Superpipe Championships.

Park City's Historic Old Town offers some of the finest dining options in the Intermountain West with more than 100 restaurants to choose from. Beneath its easy-going and tourist-friendly exterior, it's renown for its support of the arts and culture and the preservation of its colorful history. Take time to stroll its many shops, galleries, and museums and enjoy its fine restaurants, great theater, and vibrant nightlife.

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The Canyons Resort

The largest ski area in Utah is located only four miles from Park City's Historic Main Street. A freeskier's and rider's paradise, it stretches over 8 mountains with more than 3,500 acres of winter fun. Begin your adventure through the pedestrian-only Resort Village featuring boutique shops, live music, and street entertainment. Ride the Snow Canyon Express to the award-winning 16 acre Great Terrain Park with more than 30 exciting features. For something new, try tree skiing through The Pines off the Canyons Saddleback Express. Afterwards, relax and enjoy the great views of the Wasatch Mountains while dining at Lookout Cabin atop Lookout Peak.

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Deer Valley Resort

Summertime in Deer Valley – So much to do: So little time!

From outdoor music festivals to chairlift-accessed hiking, mountain biking and scenic rides, the Deer Valley Resort serves it up with the same attention to quality and detail that's made it such a world-class winter ski destination.

Enjoy the magic of outdoor music in the Amphitheater at Snow Park featuring The Deer Valley Music Festival, The Utah Symphony & Opera, and numerous other concerts.

Ride the Silver Lake Express chairlift from the Snow Park base area to mid-mountain and enjoy a relaxing lunch on the deck of the Royal Street Café at Silver Lake Lodge. Afterwards, continue on the Sterling chairlift to the top of Bald Mountain where you can enjoy sweeping hundred mile views of distant mountains and the sparkling blue waters of the nearby Jordanelle Reservoir.

Deer Valley's summer chairlifts rise from 7,200 to 9,400 and allow guests of all ages and abilities access to over 50 miles of mountain biking trails as well as 20 miles of hiking trails. The Resort offers all-inclusive tours including mountain bike rentals and instruction.

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Park City Mountain Resort

"Come for the Winters, Stay for the Summers." This local expression says it all. Whether you're here as an outdoor enthusiast, or as a participant in the multitude of cultural events, there's always something new to discover in and around Park City

For quick access to the mountains, try the Town Lift. It's open daily and whisks you up from the heart of Old Town. Take your time hiking or biking across colorful alpine meadows and down through groves of glittering aspen and spruce.

Don't miss the Park City Mountain Resort, home of the famous Alpine Slide, one of the longest in the world. Experience the ZipRider that races you across the Resort Skiway at speeds of up to 60 mph 110 feet in the air. Other activities include mountain sleds, diggler scooter rentals, horseback riding, miniature golf, legacy launcher trampoline, and the Little Miner's Park.

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The Canyons Resort

Begin your experience at the Canyons Resort with a ride on the renown Flight of The Canyons gondola. It drops you off at the 8,000 foot high Red Pine Lodge where you can sit back, enjoy the scenery, and have a great lunch on the terrace. This mid-mountain overlook also serves as a starting point for some of the most awesome hiking and mountain biking in Utah.

For mountain bikers, the Wasatch Crest Trail is a must. Ride for miles on magical single-track that is literally on top of the world. From the top of Super Condor, descend through groves of aspen and spruce. Another great ride is the "8000 Foot Trail" which connects The Canyons with a network of other spectacular trails in the area.

The Canyons is a paradise for hikers of all ages and abilities. Climb to the peak of Ninety Nine 90 or Tombstone peak or the High Meadows area. Enjoy breathtaking views of the entire Park City area from this pristine environment.