Historic Park City, Utah – Compelling things to be considered in the visit

Park City, a little mining town in Utah has made its mark on the map. Located in the Wasatch Mountains, there are several attractions that lure visitors to this small community. This famous city is known for its mountainous scenery and “killer powder.” Park City provides the ultimate ski experience for skiers of all ages and skill levels. Skiing in Utah has never been better and Park City ski resorts are some of the best in the country. There are 4 major resorts located in this tiny city of roughly 6,877 people. Advanced Incentive Travel knows that planning a big trip is hard work & a lot of pressure. So, the work will be done as per the requirement of planning of the person. 

Park City Mountain Resort-Fun Throughout the Year

The largest resort is the Park City Mountain Resort, which is about 35 miles east of the Salt Lake City International airport. It was the host venue of the 2002 Winter Games for slaloms and snowboarding events. PCMR is truly the “Heart of Park City.” They offer 100 runs over seven peaks and over 3,300 acres including 750 acres of legendary bowl skiing. Plus they present four terrain parks, night skiing, and numerous high-speed chairlifts. Fine dining is close by with five on-mountain restaurants that set the mood and are certain to help provide an exciting all-around ski experience. This is the oldest resort in Park City, but is certainly not outdated. They offer up-to-date ski equipment and lifts. The Park City resort has been voted the #1 resort in North America several times. This resort has luxury accommodations and entertainment right on the property.

The Lodge at Mountain Village is one lodging option. The accommodations at the lodge range from $55-$1800 a night depending on room size, dates and availability. Another hotel located on the property is the Loft at Mountain Village which is $100-$850 a night. Also the Marriott Mountainside offers deluxe slope side condominiums for $100-$774 a night. All of these hotels have excellent customer service and exceptional food.

Skiing is not the only attraction at this resort. During the summer months they host plenty of fun with rides on the Tram, mountain biking and an adventurous ride down the alpine slide, which is a cemented slide that runs down the mountain.

Deer Valley Ski Resort-Mingling With the “Stars”

Deer Valley Ski Resort is one of the most famous resorts tucked into Park City’s glamour. This intimate resort is where you can find high profile celebrities and government officials taking a trip down the slopes. Many famous names have skied on down the runs in Deer Valley. Don’t let the small size fool you. Deer Valley has an enormous amount of fun to offer everyone who visits this resort.

Deer Valley opened in 1981 and they revolutionized the ski industry by offering everything you need to make your ski vacation memorable. They offer luxury lodging, fine dining and attentive service. This particular resort has is the favorite place of many celebrities and government officials. It is not uncommon to see the President of the United States and his family skiing down the slopes at the Deer Valley resort. You may pay a little more for the ambiance and elegance at Deer Valley but your experience is sure to be a positive one.

A typical ski season here is from December-February. A full day adult lift ticket costs $71 during the ski season. Vacation packages are always available, depending on the time of year and accommodations. The average rate for the Deer Valley Deluxe Hotel is $119 a night. Condominium packages run from $104-$159 a night depending on the size of the Condo. If you contact Central Reservations or any travel agent they can give you specific prices and packages for the dates you choose.

The Canyons Ski Resort-Top Notch Skiing at an Affordable Price

The Canyons is the newest ski destination in Park City. It stretches across eight mountains and is the largest resort located here. Guests visiting the Canyons not only enjoy top-notch skiing, but snowboarding is popular at this resort too. Lodging accommodations include a full service spa, excellent customer service, swimming and a 5-star eating establishment.

The Canyons Ski Resort is another resort located in Park City. It is the newest resort in Park City and it certainly has a lot to offer any ski enthusiast. With 16 lifts and 3500 acres of ski able area this resort is sure to please. An all day lift ticket is $66-$73 depending on the time of year. An unlimited season pass is approximately $999 for adults. There are several lodging options when you ski at the Canyons. The Canyons Grand offers a two for breakfast package that starts at $124 per night. Sundial Lodge also has a similar package that starts at $114 per night. Both lodges are right on the property of the resort so you have easy access to the slopes. Depending on the time of your vacation there are always spectacular package deals available.

Park City hosts year round events like the world famous Sundance Film festival, which allows rising stars and filmmakers to showcase their talents. In August this cultural town sponsors the Artstravaganza, which is probably the venue for the largest arts festival in the western states. Park City sponsors many other event and activities throughout the summer months, including summer concerts and symphony performances. And of course the winter months are “ski heaven.” Visitors are amazed at the diverse entertainment, great food and the greatest shopping experience that Park City has to offer. Although the city is at full capacity with about 12,000 visitors it has a large variety of activities that are sure to entertain anyone who chooses to vacations here.

Julia

Julia

Julia Arostegi lives in California USA. She took Developmental Communication at the University of California and finished her studies in 2012. She is currently the managing director of California Magazine. She is also a blogger, content enthusiast and a photographer.