Park City Mountain Resort, commonly referred to as Park City by locals, is located 34 miles east of Salt Lake City in Park City, Utah. Opened in 1963, the resort is the oldest of the three Park City ski resorts. The US Ski Team trains on the slalom and giant slalom runs at Park City Mountain Resort. During the 2002 Winter Olympics, the resort hosted men's and women's alpine giant slalom events, as well as all snowboarding events.
Park City Mountain Resort is the ultimate guest-friendly ski resort. The resort offer special pricing for locals, package vacation deals, multiple on-site dining options, night skiing, tubing, ice skating, sleigh rides, and the one-of-a-kind Viking Yurt dining experience. In addition, Park City Mountain Resort is home to the National Ability Center, which offers a highly rated ski and snowboard program for individuals with disabilities. Park City Mountain Resort also offers many exciting summer activities, including an alpine slide, zip line, hiking and mountain biking, and scenic lift rides. At a base elevation of 6,900 feet, Park City Mountain Resort receives an average annual snowfall of 365 inches. The resort offers 3,300 acres of skiable area spread across eight peaks and nine bowls; four terrain parks and two halfpipes; and 114 runs of varying difficulty.