The Best of Park City, Utah Skiing

    Park City is well-known for its stark, impressive, and beautiful mountain terrain, hosting the best slopes in all of Utah. Home to some of the most important skiing and snowboarding events in the 2002 Winter Olympics (as well as the United States Ski Team), Park City’s local ski resorts of Park City Mountain and Deer Valley have an extensive network of impressive trails, with the over half of them rated as intermediate difficulty. Read on to learn all you need to know about skiing in Park City, Utah!

    An Overview of Park City’s Ski Trails

    While Park City is most ideally suited to intermediate skiers, there are still a fair number of trails for beginners and experts as well.

    Beginner trails comprise just under twenty percent of Park City’s skiing terrain, including First Time, Drift, Claim Jumper, Ripsaw, Chicane, Doc’s Run, two dedicated slow zones, and several terrain parks that cater to a variety of skill levels.

    Intermediate trails (rated as blue or double-blue) make up over fifty percent of Park City’s ski trails, providing the most variety. The Georgeanna and Tycoon runs are known for having the best snow quality, while Keystone has great views and a peaceful, quiet ambiance. Other blue trails include Sunrise, Hidden Splendor, Upper Crowning Glory, Power Alley, Sandman, Snow Dancer, and Gotcha Cut-Off.

    Those who have more advanced skills will find that Park City has a number of traditional black-rated runs on the lower parts of the mountains, with signature runs groomed on a periodical basis. Motherlode Meadows provides more of a challenge with its gladed area; even though it’s rated as double-black, it’s not a steep ride. Other more advanced Park City ski runs include those off of the Thayne and Motherlode lifts, the Blue Slip bowl, and the double-black gladed area of Black Forest.

    Expert skiers will find that though McConkie’s Bowl has gained quite a reputation, the nearby trail called Molly’s provides as much fun, without all of the traffic. Be sure to wear a helmet, though! Chimera, Red Pine Chutes, Jupiter Bowl, P-Zone, Puma Bowl, 94 Turns, Magic Line, Constellation, Portuguese Gap, and Pinecone Ridge are also extremely challenging and fun.

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