Park City Ski Map | by James Niehues

Park City, Utah Ski Resorts

Park City, Utah is more than just a municipality, it’s a nexus for Utah skiing. That’s because it plays host to a myriad of great ski hills. Namely, Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley, and The Canyons. Between those three ski areas, there’s anything a dedicated skier could hope for: steep powder, perfect corduroy, and incredible terrain parks. It’s no wonder that skiers from all over the world flock to Park City every winter.

In this Park City ski map, James Niehues managed to capture the panoramic view of those three resorts that frame the town of Park City. It’s an impressive mountain range, made even more impressive by its close proximity to town. Between those three resorts, there are over 7,000 acres of skiable terrain, 41 lifts, and 324 named runs. Good luck skiing every run in Park City on your next ski trip. For both dedicated visitors, and locals of Park City, this map details what makes being a skier in this town so special. There’s so much terrain available, and so many options, and this map portrays all of them. So get to Park City, and decide what you’re looking for from your day of skiing, there’s guaranteed to be something available at one of these resorts that fit the bill.

 

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 Area Ski Resorts Map

Park City Area Resorts including Deer Valley, Park City, The Canyons, and Salt Lake City in Utah

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Park City, Utah Ski Resorts

Park City, Utah is more than just a municipality, it’s a nexus for Utah skiing. That’s because it plays host to a myriad of great ski hills. Namely, Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley, and The Canyons. Between those three ski areas, there’s anything a dedicated skier could hope for: steep powder, perfect corduroy, and incredible terrain parks. It’s no wonder that skiers from all over the world flock to Park City every winter.

In this Park City ski map, James Niehues managed to capture the panoramic view of those three resorts that frame the town of Park City. It’s an impressive mountain range, made even more impressive by its close proximity to town. Between those three resorts, there are over 7,000 acres of skiable terrain, 41 lifts, and 324 named runs. Good luck skiing every run in Park City on your next ski trip. For both dedicated visitors, and locals of Park City, this map details what makes being a skier in this town so special. There’s so much terrain available, and so many options, and this map portrays all of them. So get to Park City, and decide what you’re looking for from your day of skiing, there’s guaranteed to be something available at one of these resorts that fit the bill.

 

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