- 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Mon - Thu
- 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
- Fri - Sat
- 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
- 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
- by shielia erickson on 02/06/2010
Room amazing! View stunning! People were very friendly and attentive! definitely a 5 star Resort!!
- by lhdabbs61 on 02/19/2007
As a middle aged, blue run skier, I loved pArk City. We skiied it with our kids when they were building the Olympic Parks and everybody enjoyed it. Back again this January with just my husband and we were very comfortable even as out of shape as we were. The trails home in the afternoons were thoughtless, just glide all the way home. (Remember if you go to the back mountains that it is a long way back down to the resort! Save some strength!) We skied everywhere and the mountain hosts that were at the top of every lift were a great asset to the resort and to us. Tell them what you're looking for as far as ability, powder, whatever and they'll provide you good advice on where to ski! Even though our condo was across the streeet, we drove to the parking lot at the base of the resort and parked about 20 feet from the lift lines before putting on boots. It doesn't get any better than that!!!!
- by scurmudge on 02/19/2007
After skiing pretty much everywhere in the US (VT, NH, CO, CA, and MT) nothing compares to Utah and if apres ski is your thing Park City is the place. Booze laws are a little screwy, but ask a local (who are always friendly) you can figure it out. When I go I try to avoid PCMR on Saturday, but with the Canyons and Deer Valley a short free shuttle ride away you can avoid the big crowds. Terrain is very diverse at all three resorts. If you want steep and deep just follow the guys and girls with fat skis and clothes that don't match. You may have to hike a little, but sometimes a little exercise is good for you. Another bonus is the base elevations are lower so altitude sickness is not a problem like in CO. Just ask my extremely fit wife, it's a sure way to ruin a good vacation. If funds are tight you can stay at the downtown SLC hotels and rent a car. From there you can choose to ski the other canyons (Big and Little Cottonwood) in about a 40 minute drive. It takes longer to just drive around Denver these days, let alone get to a ski resort. In the US there is no comparison to Utah, especially Park City for the whole package. Great terrain, great snow, great food, great people, great scenery and easy in - easy out. GO UTAH.\r \r Pros: Everything, especially Signature Trails at PCMR, nothing better for older knees than groomed Black Diamonds.\r Cons: Nothing, except maybe price, but if you didn't already know skiing was expensive wake up!
- by fooddudeslc on 03/20/2006
these guys have turned it on in the last few years. I cannot believe how much they have done for snowboarding or how good the food and grooming have gotten. you have to check this place out. no lines!
- by winwithwin on 11/11/2005
I am an old, good, intermediate skier and Park City was made for my style of skiing. I can be challenged. or relax on a well groomed run. The staff are most friendly and helpful. It is a wonderful place to spend days or weeks. I also like Deer Valley because there are no boarders, but the groomed runs that I enjoy running are equal at both resorts. I have only skied the Canyons once and found it very pleasurable. Arrive early and you can park right next to the ticket booth and first lift.
- by panicpupil on 10/17/2005
My family and I used to go to Aspen yearly, we loved the slopes. We went to Park City with some friends and fell fast in love with the town, so much so that we bought a condo! The people are great, the food is unreal and it is always fun when Sundance Festaval is in town!!! Go Park City!!
- by potter clark on 12/12/2004
This world class resort has excellent slopes and the greatest snow ever. It is has the town whichis home to an outrageous party scene for a ski town.
- by arctic_grayling on 01/15/2003
With similar runs cut on every mountain, I do not suggest PCMR, especially when considering the other great resorts that exist in the Wasatch Range. A good beginner resort--but if you are looking for more advanced terrain and better snow, look elsewhere(i.e. the Cottonwood Canyons).
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