Park City Mountain Resort is where the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Olympic team often comes to train. We think that’s a pretty good endorsement for the quality of this 3,330-acres ski mountain, which is the oldest of Park City’s three ski resorts. You’ll see the resort’s chairlift as soon as you arrive in Park City, as it runs through the center of town. Park City Mountain is known for its diverse terrain, which includes 104 runs. Snowboarders will appreciate the chance to make like Shaun White and take a run down Eagle Superpipe, which was the site of the 2002 Olympics. If you’re not a skier, tubing, ice skating and sleigh rides give you every chance to take advantage of this snowy winterland. The slopes generally open from the end of November to mid-April. During the summer months, you can enjoy the mountain from the vantage point of its toboggan-like Alpine Slide, which twists and turns down the mountain along a 3,000-foot-long track. If you’re feeling really adventurous, hook in and zip down the mountain on a 110-feet-above-the-ground zipline or set out on 30 miles of dirt roads and single-track trails for hikers and mountain bikers.
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