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Park City Ski Resort

Opening *
22Nov
Closing *
12Apr
* Estimated based on historical dates.
Best known forLargest lift-served terrain in the US, with an unbeatable ski town
Beginner runs 8%
Intermediate runs42%
Advanced runs32%
Expert runs18%
Summit elevation10,026 ft
Ski area7,300 ac

Lift Ticket Information

With so many lift tickets on offer at Park City, it can be hard to decide which one to choose. We've put together a comparison of all the lift tickets based on price, resort access and ski days so you can find a lift ticket that's right for you.

Ticket type
Best value for
Resorts access
Adult rates
Days valid at Park City
Available for purchase
Park City Lift Ticket
Skiing 1-7 days at Park City
Park City
Rates for the 20/21 season have yet to be released due to COVID-19. In the meantime here is an approximate price based on last season:
1 Day Ticket starting from $108 (window)
Set days purchased for
From Dec 8, 2020
Epic 1-7 Day Pass
(includes insurance)
Skiing 1-7 days at multiple resorts
34 resorts including: Park City, Heavenly, Beaver Creek, Vail, Whistler Blackcomb, Breckenridge and many more
1 Day Pass starting from $109
With holiday access: any 1-7 days during season
Without holiday access: any 1-7 days during season except blackout dates*
(Reservations required, For more information, click here)
Pre-ski season (usually until end of November)
Epic Local Pass
(includes insurance)
Skiing 8+ days at multiple resorts
Limited access to Park City, Heavenly, Northstar and more. Unlimited access to 26 resorts including: Keystone, Breckenridge, Crested Butte and many more.
Season Pass starting from $729
Any days during season except blackout dates*
(Reservations required, For more information, click here)
Pre-ski season (usually until end of November)
Epic Pass
(includes insurance)
Skiing 8+ days at multiple resorts
Unlimited access to 37 resorts including Park City. Limited access to European and Japanese resorts.
Season Pass starting from $979
Any days during season
(Reservations required, For more information, click here)
Pre-ski season (usually until end of November)

Park City Lift Ticket

Best value for:

Skiing 1-7 days at Park City

Resorts access:

Park City

Adult Rates*:

Rates for the 20/21 season have yet to be released due to COVID-19. In the meantime here is an approximate price based on last season:
1 Day Ticket starting from $108 (window)

Days valid at Park City:

Set days purchased for

Available for purchase:

From Dec 8, 2020

Epic 1-7 Day Pass
(includes insurance)

Best value for:

Skiing 1-7 days at multiple resorts

Resorts access:

34 resorts including: Park City, Heavenly, Beaver Creek, Vail, Whistler Blackcomb, Breckenridge and many more

Adult Rates*:

1 Day Pass starting from $109

Days valid at Park City:

With holiday access: any 1-7 days during season
Without holiday access: any 1-7 days during season except blackout dates*
(Reservations required, For more information, click here)

Available for purchase:

Pre-ski season (usually until end of November)

Epic Local Pass
(includes insurance)

Best value for:

Skiing 8+ days at multiple resorts

Resorts access:

Limited access to Park City, Heavenly, Northstar and more. Unlimited access to 26 resorts including: Keystone, Breckenridge, Crested Butte and many more.

Adult Rates*:

Season Pass starting from $729

Days valid at Park City:

Any days during season except blackout dates*
(Reservations required, For more information, click here)

Available for purchase:

Pre-ski season (usually until end of November)

Epic Pass
(includes insurance)

Best value for:

Skiing 8+ days at multiple resorts

Resorts access:

Unlimited access to 37 resorts including Park City. Limited access to European and Japanese resorts.

Adult Rates*:

Season Pass starting from $979

Days valid at Park City:

Any days during season
(Reservations required, For more information, click here)

Available for purchase:

Pre-ski season (usually until end of November)

*EPIC Blackout Dates: Nov 26, 2020 to Nov 27, 2020, Dec 25, 2020 to Dec 30, 2020, Jan 15, 2021 and Feb 12, 2021 to Feb 13, 2021

Challenge Level

Park City is the mountain for intermediates with steep sections, bridges, and tunnels to keep you twisting and turning. Beginners and advanced skiers will also find their fair share of runs but truly avid skiers and riders can find deeper and steeper runs at Snowbird or Alta.

Things To Do

Park City is in an attraction in itself with a wide variety of dining and nightlife. As one of our best resorts for non-skiers in North America, activities at Park City are endless:

  • Mountain Coaster
  • Snow Biking
  • Snowmobiling
  • Tubing
  • Ziplining
  • Sleigh Rides
  • Dog Sledding

Accessibility

Salt Lake City International Airport is your only option to getting to Park City, but it has connections to all the major US West Coast airports. The cheapest option to Park City is public transportation but it takes twice as long as most other options. Shuttle services such as Canyon Transportation can get you to Park City but there’s a chance you’ll be sharing the ride with other customers who may need to be dropped off along the way. Renting your own wheels is often the best way to go, particularly for families and especially if you’re planning to visit any of the other Salt Lake City-area resorts. Otherwise, taking an Uber (or Uber Ski if you have gear) is an option too.

Recommended Airport:

  • Salt Lake City Intl. Airport 37 mi (45 minute drive)

When To Go

February to March are the best times to visit Park City. The ski season at Park City can last for five whole glorious months, from mid-November to mid-April. The start and tail end aren’t going to offer the best snow, so if you can aim your trip for any time between the beginning of February to the middle of March. This time of year gives you the best chance of scoring fresh deep powder with all the trails and lifts open. When it comes to snowfall, there is no reliable pattern in Utah, but the local consensus is that the second half of February is when the best powder is served, usually around the time of the Presidents’ Day national holiday. During the Sundance Film Festival, you may find the slopes surprisingly quiet, but restaurants get booked out months in advance and lodging prices are usually turned up a notch, so make sure you’ve secured a ski and snowboard deal at Park City.

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