Park City Mountain Resort may be most famous as a winter ski destination, but when the spring rushes in, it truly opens up the mountains for everyone.
Park City Mountain Resort is home to many miles of hiking trails - many of which are short, and can be enjoyed by even the youngest members of your crew. Of course, there are plenty of long trails to conquer - you could set out for days or weeks from the resort - but with so much to see and do in the spring time, you may not want to get lost for too long.
Photo courtesy: Park City Chamber/Bureau
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Ski Our Three Mountain Resorts
Park City's treasure was once its silver; now it's the powder snow (350 inches average a year) and its ski resorts. Within an 8-mile stretch of road we have Canyons (Utah's largest resort), Park City Mountain Resort (celebrating its 50th anniversary this year) and Deer Valley Resort (known for its luxurious amenities, impeccable grooming and gourmet cuisine). All three resorts placed in the top 10 in this year's SKI Magazine annual ranking of North American Resorts. Sweet!