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Prices start at $464 per square foot.  

You can have it expansive two and three bedroom whole ownership home in a prime ski-in/ski-out location in Park City’s Canyons Village. And have it all now... these fully furnished, mountain view residences are ready for you to move in. So you can immediately start enjoying all the comforts of home as well as the personal services of an AAA Four Diamond resort hotel. These include a ski-valet, restaurant, lounge, spa, pool, fitness center, outdoor decks and terraces plus restaurant delivery to your home and private catering. Homes range from 1,670 to 2,026 sq. ft., providing plenty of room for

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For the second year, Park City Mountain will be covered in pink with pink parties, pink decorations, and hundreds of pink skiers all rallying together for a day of fun that everyone can enjoy. Pink Park City is a charity ski event held at Park City Mountain Resort's Canyons Village and will raise money for all types of cancer research with 100% of the proceeds going to the Huntsman Cancer Institute.

It is all happening on March 23rd, and it is a ski day to conquer cancer!  You can sign up solo or with a fundraising team, and raise money.  There will live music, costume contest, photo opps, great food, deck parties at four Park City Mountain Lodges, Rally for Hope Parade and more!  

What could be better then a day of skiing at Park City all for a

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Today Vail Resorts announced the Epic Day Pass which is a customizable pass that provides flexibility and lower prices for guests skiing as little as one day per season.  It gives skiers and riders who may not need the traditional unlimited skiing offered by season passes but don’t want to pay steep lift ticket window prices another option.  

Offering a discount of up to 50 percent off window prices, the Epic Day Pass allows guests to ski world-class resorts at an unparalleled price. The base price is $106 for one day, with a decrease in the average cost per day for every day added. Skiers and boarders can  handpick the number of days they plan to ski or ride, from one day to seven days, and choose whether to add holiday skiing or not. The pass allows

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Food & Wine just published a great article detailing the best places to eat and drink if you only had 100 hours in Park City. They include 11 must-try spots to eat and drink in what they call a skiers and eaters mecca.  Places mentioned are: No Name Saloon, Firewood, Harvest, Mid Mountain Lodge at Park City Resort, The Farm and others.  

So, read the full article here and let us know what are your musts for food and drink while visiting Park City? 


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After 10 days and 121 features films, the 2019 Sundance Film Festival awarded 28 prizes to filmmakers.  There are several categories for the awards: U.S. Grand Jury Documentary and Dramatic, World Cinema Grand Jury Documentary and Dramatic, Audience Award U.S. Documentary and Dramatic, Audience Award World Documentary and Dramatic, Directing Awards, Special Jury Awards, and NEXT Awards.  

It was a busy Sundance Film Festival here in Park City but it generates tons of business for our economy and brings people from around the world to our small little town.  To see the full list of winners go here: 2019 Sundance Film Festival Winners


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The Adventure Sport Network named Park City Mountain as one of the 6 best terrain parks in North America!  Terrain parks have become increasingly important for mountain resorts, from massive hits to inventive jib features, it is important to get it right.  Park City Mountain was the only resort on the list in Utah, and has nearly doubled its freestyle terrain after merging with the former Canyons Resort, offering eight terrain parks and two half-pipes.

The Adventure Sport Network notes that Park City Mountain has some of the best shaped step-downs and most creative rail set-ups out of anywhere.  They also say that even though many Olympians and pros train there, there is room for those starting out, with a diverse progression of parks, from its kid

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It is no secret that the Epic and new Ikon ski passes are changing the game for Utah Resorts and their patrons.  The Epic Pass was introduced 10 years ago, and the Ikon Pass was just into effect this ski season.  The Epic Pass includes all the resorts under the Vail Umbrella, and Alterra Mountain’s Ikon Pass at a number of resorts across the world, including three in Utah. 

It really has persuaded many skiers and boarders to get season passes and the ski industry sees that as a good thing.  More people are now able to afford to travel to other destinations to ski, going places they probably didn't plan on before these passes were offered.  Park City Resort under the umbrella of Vail and with Deer Valley Resort now under Alterra, it has certainly

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If you are coming into Park City for the long Martin Luther King weekend, you will be very happy with the snow forecast! We already had a good start with resorts getting 6-10" yesterday and the big storm is just getting starting as we speak and will continue through Friday.  Forecasters are predicting between 1-2 feet of snow and more then likely over 20 inches at least in Park City.  The storm is already dropping snow right now but it will increase tonight and all day Friday, tailing off Friday night.  Saturday and Sunday will clear for great blue-bird skiing and then another storm is set to come in on Monday with anywhere from 6-12" predicted.  

So, get those powder skies ready and come experience the famous Utah powder!  For the full forecast report

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A recent article by lists 15 beautiful cities in the US to visit but only 9 of the 15 as not being overrated.  Park City made the list of the 9 cities worth the visit!  The article says Park City is an amazing city for those that enjoy outdoor activities, and we couldn't agree more! It goes on to say even if your aren't super into outdoorsy things, there is quaint Main Street with its cute shops,  après-ski bars, and fine dining restaurants.  You don't have to worry about hours of traffic in Park City and the drive from the Salt Lake International Airport is an easy 35 minutes.  

Check out the full article here and come visit Park City soon!

View looking into town of Park City


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As published on by Michaela Wagner on 12/31/18

First Friday Fireworks

January 4 @ 2:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Why celebrate the new year just once? Join Park City Mountain for a day of family activities, food specials, live music, and a fireworks display at Canyons Village. Get your groove on with DJ Velvet starting at 2:30 p.m. and don’t forget to grab a complimentary donut (or three) from the deck. The fireworks begin at 5:30 p.m.

Jaron Lanier

January 5 @ 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

There are few parts of our lives that aren’t intertwined with the internet. Now is your chance to get the perspective of one of the pioneers who helped create it. Jaron Lanier, scientist, musician, writer, and virtual entrepreneur,

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