A piece of authentic Western history, Park City Mountain Resort even offers a chairlift directly into the heart of Park City's historic Main Street. The 2008-2009 season marks 46 years of skiing and snowboarding among the rustic mining structures that surround the ski slopes. Four terrain parks and the largest superpipe in America have earned Park City Mountain Resort the title of Terrain Park of the Year from Transworld Snowboarding magazine four years in a row. Park City was home to the 2002 Winter Olympics. Park City Mountain Resort is spread over seven peaks and nine bowls for some of the greatest skiing on Earth.

The Park City Mountain Resort base area offers full rental and repair facilities. Also, at the top of the Bonanza and Silverlode chairlifts is the Summit Demo Center: a ski-in, ski-out facility expressly set up to allow you to try out the latest skis or snowboards by the hour or the day, before you buy. If you get hungry during your visit, the resort offers restaurants, snack bars, cafeterias and coffee shops at the base, at the summit and at spots in between. Multiple lodging options are available in Park City.

Park City Mountain is about 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, so you can be skiing the same day you arrive.