The holiday destination of Park City, in Utah, is famous for its
three world-class ski resorts: Park City Mountain Resort, Deer
Valley and The Canyons. Together they form one of the USA's largest
ski areas. The outstanding facilities for winter sports offered at
Park City earned the resort town several of the 2002 Winter Olympic
events. The Canyons resort features 8 mountains, 146 trails and
3,500 acres of diverse terrain, suited to every style and ability.
Deer Valley Resort boasts thrilling chutes and bowls and caters for
everyone, from families to individual ski and boarding champs.
Lessons and child care are available. From deep powder bowls to
long groomed runs, gentle beginner slopes to steep chutes, four
world-class terrain parks and the 2002 Olympic Superpipe, Park City
Mountain Resort has something for everyone.
Park City was a former silver mining town in the 19th century.
Its Main Street is a restored historic district that adds a
different dimension to the charact
Telephone: (435) 615 5001
Transportation: There is a UTA bus, Route 90, that offers transportation
between Salt Lake City and Park City from 6:12am to 7:29pm Monday
to Friday. A one-way ticket is $5.50.