There are lots of general winter season activities as well as festive events taking place in Park City, Utah during the month of December. Below are a few of the highlights from the town and each of the three Park City ski resorts: Park City Mountain Resort, The Canyons Resort and Deer Valley Resort. If you have kids, be sure to take advantage of all the free [Read more…]
Park City, The Canyons and Deer Valley Resort Opening Dates
A chill is in the air, winter is just around the corner and Park City Ski Resorts will be opening soon. Park City Mountain Resort, already with snow making machines turned on, will be the first to open on November 19th, then The Canyons Resort on November 25th with Deer Valley always last (nothing wrong with that ;-)) on December 3rd. There’s has been talk of an above normal snowfall ski season with [Read more…]
Montage Deer Valley Lodging
The new Montage Deer valley lodging extravaganza has finally opened. This luxury accommodation complex with 154 deluxe guestrooms, and more than 66 suites and private residences is located mid-mountain with ski-in, ski-out access, of course. There are three high-speed lifts just outside the Montage to get you out on the slopes in no time at all.
The Guestrooms are the “lowest” priced option and average 600 square feet in size. The suites are a little more spacious at [Read more…]
Park City Discount Lift Tickets Only $33 Full Day!
Park City Mountain Resort has a limited amount of discount lift tickets for sale every season. Their $33 “Park City Screamin’ Deal” is an unbelievable deal for a full day lift ticket up until December 10th. From December 11th-17th the tickets are priced at $46 and the remainder of the month are $73. Considering a regular full day lift ticket will be somewhere around [Read more…]
Park City Utah Spring Skiing
What about Park City Utah spring skiing? One of the best times to plans your vacation and often some of the best skiing of the season. We have several storms during the month of April, dumping several feet of fresh powder on the slopes. Sure, down near the base of the resort the snow gets that familiar “mashed potato” type of texture during the afternoon warm-ups, but mid-mountain and [Read more…]