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Deer Valley is an exclusive ski resort located in Park City, Utah, and is a mere 38 miles from Salt Lake City. Combining stunning and picturesque slopes with industry-best amenities, impeccable lodging, and instructive ski classes, there’s something for everyone at the Deer Valley Ski Resort.

What Is Skiing Like At Deer Valley Ski Resort?

Deer Valley Ski Lift

The resort offers an experience unrivaled by any other in the country. Easily accessible from nearby Salt Lake City, the resort is located on the beautiful Wasatch Range of the western Rockies, and its slopes are immaculately maintained for the best possible skiing experience possible.

Named the US’s best ski resort by Condé Nast Traveler, Deer Valley offers the ultimate family skiing experience paired with unimpeachable customer service. Those eager to hit the slopes will find getting there a trivial matter; the resort’s speedy ski lifts will have you cruising down the mountainside in a matter of minutes, and many of the lodges are ski-in/ski-out, meaning you can strap your skis on and just go!

Is Deer Valley Ski Resort Only For Skiers?

Yes – it is indeed a ski-only resort, and as such, snowboards are not allowed. That said, alpine, telemark, and monoski equipment are all permitted, provided feet are forward-facing and planted side by side. Deer Valley takes its commitment to skiing seriously – it’s one of only three resorts in the United States that are ski-only.

Can You Rent Skis At Deer Valley?

You certainly can. The resort offers top-of-the-line Rossignol ski equipment, all expertly maintained by trained technicians. The resort has two rental shops, both of which have extended opening hours and are conveniently located in the event of your needing to switch out your equipment. It’s also possible to book equipment online and have it ready for you at dispatch stations, obviating the need to waste time picking up your equipment before hitting the slopes.

Got your own equipment? You can make use of the rental shops to have your equipment maintained or waxed for a nominal fee. Whether renting or using your own, the resort ensures that you spend less time worrying about equipment and more time on the slopes.

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Is Deer Valley Good For Beginner Skiers?

Yes – the resort is perfect for novice skiers. 27% of the resort’s slopes are rated ‘green’ (extremely easy, flat slopes) and there are multiple areas designed ‘slow ski’ areas, ensuring that novices of any age can get to grips with the slopes without feeling nervous or uncomfortable. Such slopes ensure that there aren’t more advanced skiers zooming past at high speeds, and beginners can feel free to take their time and get their bearings.

The best slopes for beginners are detailed below.

Silver Strike Express

Yes – the resort is perfect for novice skiers. 27% of the resort’s slopes are rated ‘green’ (extremely easy, flat slopes) and there are multiple areas designed ‘slow ski’ areas, ensuring that novices of any age can get to grips with the slopes without feeling nervous or uncomfortable. Such slopes ensure that there aren’t more advanced skiers zooming past at high speeds, and beginners can feel free to take their time and get their bearings.

The best slopes for beginners are detailed below.

Northside Express

The express chairlift of the Northside Express is located just outside the entrance of Deer Valley’s Grand Lodge, making access to the slope child’s play. Another great introduction to skiing in Deer Valley for adults and children alike.

Ruby Express

With a ski lift that will have you at the top of the slope in less than three minutes, the Ruby Express originates at the Empire Lodge and features a gentle, well-maintained slope that’s great for skiing neophytes to sink their teeth into.

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What’s The Hardest Run At Deer Valley?

The most talked-about run at the resort is undoubtedly Chute #4. This challenging double-black-diamond (the highest possible slope grade) slope has excellent snow quality, but requires the skier to traverse a wooded area from the ski lift, and sometimes develops cornices that can make navigating the slope treacherous. Definitely one for expert skiers only.

Deer Valley Vs. Park City

A lot of visitors to the Park City area will find themselves wondering if it’s not worth simply staying in the city itself, as opposed to making use of the Deer Valley lodging. While this is certainly something worth considering, staying onsite is a perfectly valid option. The resort not only offers unparalleled customer service that ensures your every desire is sated, it also offers the best variety of ski terrain – with the sort of immaculately groomed slopes that keep beginners and experts alike coming back.

That said, there are a number of options that are close to Deer Valley that are just as good as staying in the resort itself. There are even a few hotels and resorts within Park City itself that, despite their easy access to the city amenities, still offer ski-in/ski-out access! Let’s take a look at two of the better options available within Park City itself.

What’s The Hardest Run At Deer Valley?

The deluxe condos offered at The Caledonian, located in downtown Park City and just over a mile from Deer Valley, are enough to make you want to skip the skiing altogether and just while the day away in front of the fireplace! With fully equipped kitchens for home-cooked meals and hot tubs located on private balconies, staying at The Caledonian is truly living in the lap of luxury.

Of course, The Caledonian still offers quick and easy access to the slopes at Park City Mountain, with ski-in/ski-out access and ski lifts located conveniently close to each condo entrance.

The Caledonian on Main Street Park City During Winter

Winter Exterior Building of Portico Townhome in Park City Utah

Portico

Looking for something a little more secluded and rustic? Portico‘s chalet-style cabins bring all the old-world charm of the Swiss Alps to Utah, with private decks and garages, cozy kitchens, and crackling fireplaces to warm you after a hard day on the piste. The best part? Portico is just under a mile from Deer Valley!

Town Lift Condominiums

Combining the best of both worlds, Town Lift offers fast access to the slopes of Park City Mountain while making sure you have all the creature comforts of the city. Located on Main Street in downtown Park City and just over a mile from Deer Valley, Town Lift puts you right at the heart of the action while still ensuring that you can be skiing in a matter of minutes with the Town Lift ski lift.

What’s more, each condo is as fully equipped as any other you’d find in the area, meaning you don’t have to sacrifice even a modicum of comfort for being right in the middle of town. There are even private garages, ensuring that you never have to fight for a parking spot in the streets below.

Exterior of Town Lift Condominiums on Historic Main Street in Park City, Utah

Deer Valley Ski School

Deer Valley’s award-winning ski school makes learning the sport easy and fun. With classes available for both kids and adults, the resort’s experienced instructors offer lessons that are both instructive and entertaining. All lessons are tailored to each student’s ability level and desired goals, and are designed to ensure students hit the slopes as quickly as possible in order to make the most out of their vacation.

Even if you’ve got a few hours on the piste under your belt, it may be worth taking a few classes nonetheless. If you’re at all rusty, brushing up on your technique can ensure that you have a more enjoyable time out on the slopes – and it may break you out of some bad habits that you didn’t even realize you had.

Whatever your decision, it’s worth chatting with one of the resort’s instructors before making any final decisions. A prudent skier is a skier that has a good time!

Deer Valley, Utah Lodging

The resort itself features no shortage of amazing lodges nearby and within the resort grounds itself – so much so, that it can be tough to make a decision about where to stay. When making a decision on Deer Valley, Utah, lodging, it pays to go with All Seasons Resort Lodging – the leading industry experts on Deer Valley Ski Resort lodgings, as well as other nearby hotels and lodges within Park City itself.

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  10. Annual Santa Comes Down Town Lift

On The Mountain

Family With Ski Gear at Park City Mountain Base Area

Opening Day at Park City Mountain Resort

Opening Day, November 16, 2022
Opening day at the resorts is far and away the most anticipated date on the calendar. Park City locals and travelers from around the world line up to get onto the slopes as soon as the lifts start running. Ski season usually kicks off around Thanksgiving and winds down by mid-April. Get ready for fun Park City winter events!

FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup

February 2 – 4, 2023
Olympic hopefuls descend on Deer Valley each year to compete in the Freestyle Ski World Cup. Witness elite athletes tackle moguls and aerials on the same runs used during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Read More »

Pond Skimming

April 8, 2023

The hillsides aren’t green yet! This cherished annual oddity encourages the most daring and garishly dressed to skim across the freezing-cold waters of a pond dug into the base of a ski run. Hint: most of these costumed daredevils do not walk away dry. Cheer them on, laugh at their wipeouts, and stick around for the donut s’mores.

Off The Mountain

Ice Castle at Night

Sundance Film Festival

January 19 – 29, 2023
A world-renowned film festival that draws tens of thousands of cinephiles, Hollywood A-listers, and all manner of media hangers-on, the Sundance Film Festival is arguably Park City’s signature event. Take in hundreds of screenings, panels, and events throughout the festival. Make sure to bring your selfie A-game for surprise encounters with celebrities as you explore. Read More »

Ice Castles

Opening Day, December 21, 2022
Get in touch with your inner Elsa and live a frozen fantasy when you visit this acclaimed interactive attraction. Created afresh each year by professional ice sculptors, this whimsical frozen castle is a fantastical luminescent escape from the mundane. Located just a few minutes from Main Street, this is an ideal destination for family fun. Read More »

Santa Comes Down Town Lift

December 17, 2023
Each December, Saint Nick descends Town Lift to bring good tidings and cheer to Park City. Spectators small and large are encouraged to bring their Christmas wish lists while enjoying hot cocoa, cookies, and carols.

Base Area

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Silver Sky Nights

December 16, 2022 – February 18, 2023
The excitement continues hours after the mountain shuts down for the evening! Live music, family events, and fireworks keep Canyons Village lively through the winter nights. Attendance is free and guests of all ages are invited! Read More »

Snowfest

Late December
Your favorite holiday memories are made here in Park City. Snowfest invites one and all to celebrate the magic of the holiday season with Park City Mountain Resort. You can watch a holiday movie, listen to the carolers, pet the avalanche dogs, watch the fireworks, watch ice sculptors at work, and more!

Spring Gruv

Early March
Get in the groove with the locals and get down to live music and events at Canyons Village Base area. From wacky costumes to ski challenges for charity, the spring season has so much to offer. There’s no other event quite like the Gruv!

Torchlight Parade

December 30, 2022
On Christmas Eve, Park City’s ski and snowboard instructors-led by Santa Claus-carve down the mountain carrying brilliant torches, creating a warm, red glow that can be seen for miles. Complimentary hot chocolate is provided to warm your belly while the festive parade warms your heart. Read More »

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As always, these dates are subject to change based on conditions.

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Vail’s all-in-one resort app is your resource for on-mountain information and support. From dining reservations and snow reports to safety alerts and ski-patrol access, EpicMix is just what you need to take charge of your Park City Mountain experience. You can download it before your arrival.

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Exclusive Park City Lodging

We have several lodging options in the downtown area at or near Park City Mountain Resort’s original base area as well as at the Canyons Village base area.

Book directly with us and get the lowest rate guaranteed. You won’t find this offer anywhere else online. We guarantee itNo blackout dates. No kidding!

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There is an important maxim you should always remember when planning your winter trips to Park City: earlier is better. That doesn’t necessarily mean booking early in the ski season. It does mean that preparing for your perfect ski trip is best done months ahead of time, while the sun is still shining well into the evening and the leaves are still attached to the trees. Let us walk you through some of the most crucial considerations for booking an ideal winter trip before the first snowflakes fall.

Updated for the 2021/2022 ski season.

The Here and Now and the Then and Snow

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How much snow will there be?

Skis and snowboards won’t do you much good on dirt and stone. You also aren’t going to get far if the resorts are closed when you arrive. No, that wouldn’t do at all. You want piles of powder on meticulously-groomed terrain, and that starts with date selection.

While meteorologists don’t always get it right, they are pretty good at making accurate long-range predictions for the upcoming season while we are still months out. A plethora of powder prognosticators promote proprietary predictive models for probable precipitation levels-The Farmer’s Almanac being the among the most famous and storied of the bunch, though there are others. Consulting any of these forward-thinking estimates will give you a reasonable idea of the sort of winter you should expect.

In the upcoming season, Park City is predicted to experience a cold, typical winter with average snow fall by On The Snow and Farmer’s Almanac.

A Date With the Resort

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The resort is gorgeous at night

Next, you need to consult the projected opening and closing days for the resorts you might want to visit. Similar to the long-range forecasters just mentioned, resorts must make educated guesses about the viable window for profitable operation. For the 2021/2022 season, Park City Mountain will be opening on November 28 and closing the following April 17. Obviously, if you want to ski Park City Mountain, you will want to schedule your visit between those dates.

That is a pretty big window, and there are tons of ways to enjoy the resort within such a broad spectrum. Early skiing, spring skiing, holiday events, celebrity spotting during Sundance, night skiing. Everything changes depending on when you show up. You could have a whole different vacation every week if you wanted!

Pass It On

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Get a deal on your lift tickets

Now that you’ve got a timeframe, you need access to the slopes. Skiing/snowboarding isn’t cheap. But there are ways to make winter sports just a bit more affordable. There are a couple of large aggregate resort passes that include one or another of Park City’s resorts, along with a variety of other destinations.

The Epic Pass includes access to 65 resorts, including Park City Mountain. You get unlimited access for a relatively cheap $999. That’s not bad, given the price of a single day’s ticket purchased a la carte can be $199 or more.

The Ikon Pass includes access to 36 mountains, including Park City’s Deer Valley Resort and Salt Lake City’s Brighton, Alta, and Snowbird for $1,049. There is a downside to the Ikon Pass, however. Access to Deer Valley is not unlimited. Instead, you only get seven days of access to Deer Valley Resort, and another seven days to split between Alta and Snowbird however you like.

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Vail’s all-in-one resort app is your resource for on-mountain information and support. From dining reservations and snow reports to safety alerts and ski-patrol access, EpicMix is just what you need to take charge of your Park City Mountain experience. You can download it before your arrival.For Android users, visit Google Play »For Apple users, visit the App Store »

Where to Lay Your Head

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A Park City favorite: The Lodge at the Mountain Village

You aren’t going to spend 24 hours on the slopes, no matter how much you might want to. You are going to need to sleep somewhere. So where are you going to stay? There are plenty of options in town. Unfortunately, you are going to need to commit far in advance if you want to get the best lodging, putting down your cash before your trip without the ability to change your mind due to strict cancellation policies.

But there are exceptions. Those who book their lodging long before the snows fall are often eligible for excellent promotions and discounts. Hotels and property management companies love to get early commitments to fill their winter rooms, and are willing to offer exceptional incentives to make that happen, including All Seasons Resort Lodging.

Never Too Early

By planning early, you will save yourself a lot of stress and a lot of cash. Pick your date, choose your resort, and book your lodging. By booking with us, in particular, you can grab the perfect condo, townhome, or vacation residence without sacrificing the option to alter your plans free of major penalties in case you change your mind.

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So you’re on your way to Park City. Awesome! Make sure you pack everything you need. Our Park City ski trip list contains everything you need for an amazing stay. You don’t want to have to interrupt your bluebird day for a shopping trip, so make sure to stock up on first ski trip essentials and helpful extras.

The Gear

Ski trips require specialized gear. Most of it is large and expensive. If this is your first ski trip, you will probably want to rent most of the items below. You’ll still need everything on the list-but you’ll grab them after you arrive.

A Bluebird Day in Park City with Ski Gear Stuck into the Snow

The Clothing

Your ski trip wardrobe is like an onion (or an ogre). It has layers. No one garment can protect you in the winter weather. You’ll want to have a robust set of flexible clothes that you can put on or take off as required. Shoot for three layers as a solid base. You may strip down to two or pile on a fourth, as need be.

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Top Layers

A Woman Shredding Powder in Park City

Bottom Layers

Profile view of a skier in a helmet and mask on snowy day in Park City

Everything Else

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Toiletries

You’re going to want to bring your standard kit, as a minimum. No one wants to ski while dirty, stinky, and unshaven. So pack your soap, toothbrush, deodorant, and razors. But a day on the slopes also demands a couple of extra products that you’ll want to stuff into the pockets of your ski jacket. Don’t pass on these crucial toiletries.

Friends Pose for a Selfie on a Park City Chairlift

Other Stuff

Most of the items on this list are optional. You won’t die without them, but they may make your life easier. Think of these as your list of “vacation hacks”. When space and weight limits start to get tight, these might be a good place to start making cuts. Until then, stock up for comfort and convenience.

Most importantly, you’re going to want somewhere to put all this stuff (and yourself). Make sure to book the best lodging in town. Reserve your perfect accommodations with All Seasons Resort Lodging. Our selection of condos, townhomes, and vacation rentals is second to none. And you’ll always get the lowest rate available. We guarantee it!

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Plan For The 2022-23 Park City Ski Season

Buying lift tickets isn’t as easy as ordering takeout. To get the best deals on Park City resort lift tickets, you need to have a strategy and plan ahead. Follow our guide to getting on the slopes and you’ll be guaranteed to get the best Park City lift ticket prices available, every time.

Park City Mountain Resort will be limiting same-day ticket sales. We highly recommend purchasing the Epic Day Pass in advance to guarantee mountain access.

 

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Choose Your Ski Days

The most important step to getting great Park City lift ticket prices is choosing the right days. Tickets are priced based on expected demand. Those formulas are carefully calibrated by resorts based on historical occupancy, seasonal expectations, weather patterns, and a million other factors. Resorts purposely set them to maintain the most desirable volume of guests on the slopes at any given time.

Expert Tip: Park City Mountain’s Epic Day Pass is a great alternative for those who plan to ski or ride just a few days. The pass offers up to 50% off of lift tickets plus other perks!

View of the Mountain From the Ski Lift on a Bluebird Day

Prices are high for the busiest holidays, weekends, and traditional periods of excellent snowfall. If you’re looking for a cheap day on the slopes, you’re going to want to pick an off-peak weekday, like a Tuesday in March or a Thursday in late November.

Many resorts (Including Park City Mountain) base your lift ticket price on the first day you intend to hit the slopes. If you plan to stay for a few nights, you may want to start your ski bender on a Wednesday instead of a Friday. You will save on every day of your stay, just for pushing back your arrival time.

Watch out for blackout dates and special pricing. For the 2022/2023 ski season, Park City Mountain is limiting non-pass ski ticket sales. Even when purchasing an Epic Day Pass, choosing holiday access will cost you extra.

Most multi-day tickets do not require that you ski every day. At Park City, for instance, a seven-day lift ticket is valid for any seven days out of 10 consecutive days. So you could ski on Wednesday, take a break on Thursday to do some shopping, and get back on the slopes on Friday without having to buy a separate ticket.
 

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Where to Purchase Park City Resort Lift Tickets

Buy At The Window

Whether you’re going to Park City Mountain Resort or Deer Valley resort, the most basic way to get lift tickets is to buy them in person at the ticket window. It is also probably the hardest and the most expensive way to buy your tickets.

Expect to stand in line (in the cold), and expect to pay a premium based on your lack of planning.

Same-day ticket sales are limited based on mountain occupancy. You could find yourself out of luck. But hey, if you just so happen to find yourself in Park City and decide to take a ski day on a whim, this may be your best bet.

You can buy half-day tickets. You can only buy them same-day, and they can’t be used in the morning. But sometimes you just need to get away for a couple of hours, and showing up at the window is the only way to do it.
 

Buy Directly

Schlepping your skis to the window isn’t the only way to buy directly from the resort. In our glorious electronic age, you can buy your tickets directly from Park City Mountain Resort online. You don’t have to stand in line, and you will save money compared to a transaction at the ticket window.

In fact, you will save more money the further out you purchase your lift tickets. Buying at least a week ahead will save you quite a bit, and you’ll get the best direct Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort lift ticket prices if you plan several months ahead. You could pay a third of the window price if you buy your Park City resort lift tickets just three months before your trip!
 

Buy Online Through Discounters

Park City Mountain Resort does not offer ticket sales through third parties. You will only be able to purchase Deer Valley tickets through online retailers.

There are plenty of third-party retailers who will hook you up with lift tickets. Some sites, like Liftopia and Ski.com, do an excellent job of looking out for your wallet while providing the same ski experience you’re after.

There are ups and downs to online discounters, though. The positive is that you are going to get great Park City lift ticket prices. Some skiers manage to save up to 85 percent on their lift tickets by scooping them up ahead of time on these sites. The downside is that they are non-refundable and non-transferable.

If you get sick, or there just isn’t any snow, you’re out of luck. That’s the trade-off. Your increased risk of a failed ski day is rewarded with great prices. It can be a bit of a gamble. But if you plan carefully, your chance of missing out on bluebird ski day memories can be minimized.
 

Buy At Your Ski Shop (Or Other Retailer)

Park City Mountain Resort does not offer ticket sales through third parties. You will only be able to purchase Deer Valley tickets through online retailers.

If you don’t want to shop directly at the resort for your lift tickets, but you prefer the brick-and-mortar experience, you may have other options. While you’re getting outfitted with rental gear or stocking up on the muffins, grab your lift tickets at a local ski shop or Costco.

Prices are comparable to what you’d see when buying a similar ticket from the resort directly, but you can feed two birds with one scone. You won’t save big, but crossing one more transaction off your list is convenient.

As policies can and do change all the time, we highly suggest that you check with your retailer of choice in advance. If you can’t secure your tickets this way, you can always go buy them at the window.
 

Buy A Pass

Epic Pass (Park City Mountain)

For the true powder aficionado, a pass may be in order. The Epic Pass includes a season of unlimited access to Park City Mountain and many other popular resorts, with limited additional privileges as far-flung as Japan. It’s the perfect choice for the widely-traveled skier who wants to spend a lot of time on the slopes during the season. There are a few other flavors Epic Pass to choose from, including the Epic Local Pass and the Park City 4-Pack. They each come with specific restrictions you’ll want to check out before you buy, but they can be a great value if you intend to make repeated visits.

If you don’t feel like shelling out for the full pass, you can pick up an Epic Day Pass instead. You can take advantage of Epic Pass perks for a fraction of the cost of the full pass. That makes it an ideal choice if you want to lock in your ski days early, but don’t plan on spending the whole season here.
 

IKON Pass (Deer Valley)

If you’re interested in getting a pass that includes Deer Valley Resort, the IKON Pass may be for you. It is a doozy of a package, costing more than a grand and offering unlimited ski days at 15 resorts throughout the western US. Purchasing the IKON Pass also gets you seven days each at 27 more resorts, including our very own Deer Valley Resort.

It probably doesn’t make much sense to grab an IKON Pass if you only intend to ski Deer Valley, but having the option to spend a week there might sweeten the deal if you intend to trek all over the region, skis in hand. There are several international resorts in the seven-day group, including mountains in Chile, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Canada.
 

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Things to Keep in Mind

There are a few things to keep in mind when buying your Park City resort lift tickets.

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Vail’s all-in-one resort app is your resource for on-mountain information and support. From dining reservations and snow reports to safety alerts and ski-patrol access, EpicMix is just what you need to take charge of your Park City Mountain experience. You can download it before your arrival.For Android users, visit Google Play »For Apple users, visit the App Store »

Skiers Walking Around Park City Base Area in Wintertime
 

One Last Thing

You’re going to need somewhere to rest after your time on the snow. Fortunately, All Seasons Resort Lodging offers the largest selection of condominiums, townhomes, and vacation residences in Park City. So, while you’re trying to get the best Park City lift ticket prices available, don’t forget to shop for the best Park City lodging, too. When you book directly with us, you’ll always get the lowest available rate. We guarantee it.

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Woodward Park City is a the nation’s first all-in-one action sports and ski resort. Set to feature both indoor and outdoor action sports, people of all ages can play, learn, and train at the fully integrated campus. Woodward Park City is built to encourage intuitive growth and progresion in 10 sports including snowboarding and skiing, mountain biking, indoor and outdoor facilities for skateboarding, BMX, scooter, parkour, and cheer. Everyone is welcome!

 

How to Play

Athletes of all ages and abilities will be able to play through all-access passes, day sessions, lift tickets, drop-in sessions, day camps, lessons, monthly membership, and special events.

Monthly memberships can be purchased now at the introductory rate of $100 per month.

“Woodward Park City is for all athletes from families and never-evers to pros,” says Shaydar Edelmann, Woodward Park City general manager. “Our progression-based facilities enable visitors of all skill levels to learn and achieve their goals in a dedicated environment.”

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What will it look like?

Design renderings and a sneak peak flyover show what we have to look forward to this winter!

Tubing in Park City

Tubing

Gather up the family or a group of friends for the longest landes and the best tubing in Utah! The Gorgoza tubing hill is now Woodward Park City and includes a new magic carpet and even more lanes for tubing. When you’re ready to try something new, try tubing!

Location and Where to Stay

Woodward Park City is located in Park City, Utah and it’s just 27 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport. Find your new home away from home for your next trip to Park City. We offer Park City lodging located throughout Park City and accommodate individuals and groups alike!

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More Information

To learn more and stay updated on construction progress, visit woodwardparkcity.com.

Photos and video courtesy of Woodward Park City.

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