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Park City & Canyons Ski Map

 

Park City Ski Area

 

If you’ve skied Utah, you’ve at least heard of Park City, and more likely, you’ve probably taken a few laps there. It’s a true behemoth of a ski resort, with over seven-thousand skiable acres. And that terrain is varied and interesting, with almost 45% of the resort falling into the “most difficult” terrain category. But don’t worry, there are plenty of green and blue runs to keep even the most tentative skiers happy. And, with 41 lifts serving the mountain, it’s possible to ski the whole weekend without repeating a lap. Combine that with Park City’s close proximity to town, and you’ve got an easy winner on your hands. Not to mention Park City’s world-class terrain parks, including one of the few superpipes built at a ski resort every year.

While Park City’s sheer size is a little daunting, James Niehues took it on without complaint when he painted this Park City ski map in 2015. He managed to lay out the mountain in an easily readable way so that it’s easy to trace your favorite runs, or relive memorable laps. Park City is a gigantic playground for skiers of all ages, and this map makes navigating that wonderland, or remembering your trip there, a little easier.

 

Location: Park City, Utah, United States

Coordinates: 40°39′3″N 111°30′27″W

Vertical: 3,200 ft (980 m)

Top elevation: 10,026 ft (3,056 m)

Base elevation: 6,900 ft (2,100 m)

Skiable area: 7,300 acres (11.4 sq mi; 29.5 km2)

Runs: 324, 7% easiest, 49% more difficult, 44% most difficult

Longest run: Homerun, 3.5 mi (5.6 km)

Lift system: 41, Gondolas: 4 Chairs: 32 - 6 high speed six packs - 9 high speed quads -5 quads - 8 triples - 4 doubles Surface: 2 - 3 magic carpet

Lift capacity: 31,000 skiers/hr

Terrain parks: 7 1 superpipe 1 minipipe 6 natural half pipes

Snowfall: 355 inches (900 cm)

Snowmaking: 500 acres (0.8 sq mi; 2.0 km2)

Night skiing: No

Park City & Canyons Ski Map

Park City Mountain and Canyons in Park City, Utah

Painted in 2015

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Park City Ski Area

 

If you’ve skied Utah, you’ve at least heard of Park City, and more likely, you’ve probably taken a few laps there. It’s a true behemoth of a ski resort, with over seven-thousand skiable acres. And that terrain is varied and interesting, with almost 45% of the resort falling into the “most difficult” terrain category. But don’t worry, there are plenty of green and blue runs to keep even the most tentative skiers happy. And, with 41 lifts serving the mountain, it’s possible to ski the whole weekend without repeating a lap. Combine that with Park City’s close proximity to town, and you’ve got an easy winner on your hands. Not to mention Park City’s world-class terrain parks, including one of the few superpipes built at a ski resort every year.

While Park City’s sheer size is a little daunting, James Niehues took it on without complaint when he painted this Park City ski map in 2015. He managed to lay out the mountain in an easily readable way so that it’s easy to trace your favorite runs, or relive memorable laps. Park City is a gigantic playground for skiers of all ages, and this map makes navigating that wonderland, or remembering your trip there, a little easier.

 

Location: Park City, Utah, United States

Coordinates: 40°39′3″N 111°30′27″W

Vertical: 3,200 ft (980 m)

Top elevation: 10,026 ft (3,056 m)

Base elevation: 6,900 ft (2,100 m)

Skiable area: 7,300 acres (11.4 sq mi; 29.5 km2)

Runs: 324, 7% easiest, 49% more difficult, 44% most difficult

Longest run: Homerun, 3.5 mi (5.6 km)

Lift system: 41, Gondolas: 4 Chairs: 32 - 6 high speed six packs - 9 high speed quads -5 quads - 8 triples - 4 doubles Surface: 2 - 3 magic carpet

Lift capacity: 31,000 skiers/hr

Terrain parks: 7 1 superpipe 1 minipipe 6 natural half pipes

Snowfall: 355 inches (900 cm)

Snowmaking: 500 acres (0.8 sq mi; 2.0 km2)

Night skiing: No

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If you are a skier or snowboarder, there is a good chance James Niehues has been your mountain guide. Throughout his 30 year career he has worked at the  smallest hills and the most expansive resorts in North America.  He has left his mark in South America, Australia, Asia and Europe too.   And even if you have never shared a bottomless powder day with him, he has always been close by.