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Deer Valley & Park City

  • Deer Valley & Park City

    Just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City, Park City and Deer Valley are ideal alpine ski resorts known for their upscale amenities and are ranked among the top ski resorts in America.

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    • Historic Main Street in Park City


    • Deer Valley at Night


    • Deer Valley Sleigh Ride


    Enjoy the “Greatest Snow on Earth”. With an annual average of 300 inches blanketing Park City and Deer Valley's mountains, they offer thrilling days for skiers of all abilities. Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley combine for more than 9,300 skiable acres and visitors can enjoy snowshoeing or snowmobiling in the dramatic back country.

    Park City is a world class skiing destination located in an authentic western town and is the largest ski area in the US. It has more than 300 trails, 41 lifts, eight terrain parks, 14 bowls, six natural half pipes, one super pipe and one mini pipe.

    In summer, hiking, scenic chairlift rides, mountain biking, horseback riding along the over 400 miles of trails are just a few options for the outdoor lovers.

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