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Park City Mountain Resort From deep powder bowls to long groomed runs, gentle beginner slopes to steep chutes, three world-class terrain parks and the 2002 Olympic Superpipe, Park City Mountain Resort has something for everyone. The Resort has a wide selection of terrain from beginner to expert, allowing the whole family to ski what they want, when they want. And, with our Fast Tracks pass, free with all 4+ multi-day tickets, it's easier to get more skiing and riding in. This special pass, available at the Resort Services Office, allows the holder access to express lanes at our most popular lifts.

In their 2004 reader poll, Ski magazine rated Park City Mountain Resort #8. Park City Mountain Resort has been consistently ranked in the top ten of the Ski magazine readers poll for the last 18 years. Park City Mountain Resort was ranked #15 in Skiing magazine's Top 25 Resorts of 2003. The magazine ranked PCMR #1 for steeps due in part to our commitment to winch cat groom a daily mix of our black diamond expert runs. Park City Mountain Resort's terrain parks were voted number one in the country for 2005 by Transworld Snowboarding magazine.

Rich in tradition and fun, Park City Mountain Resort has earned acclaim by long-time loyalists as the heart of American skiing.

Visit www.parkcitymountain.com for more info.

Or Phone: 435-649-5400, 866-604-4170

Snow Report: 435-647-5449

 


Deer Valley Resort The charm and solitude of Deer Valley's secluded mountain setting is found just 36 miles from the Salt Lake International Airport. Direct flights from most major cities enable you to leave home in the morning and ski Deer Valley the same afternoon. And, to make our guests experience even more enjoyable, the Resort invested over $6 million in improvements for the 2003-04 winter ski season, including a major expansion of the Snow Park Lodge.

Additional space was added to the Rental Shop, our Children's Center, Signatures store as well as an additional store that will offer confectioneries, necessities, sundry and gifts. Deer Valley's commitment to the finest in food quality and service has set the standard for dining in the ski industry. Deer Valley's restaurants offer a variety of dining options in three rustic, elegant day lodges - Snow Park Lodge, our base facility, Silver Lake Lodge, mid-mountain and the secluded Empire Canyon Lodge.

Exceptional customer service, consistent quality and attention to every detail are all part of the Deer Valley experience. And our four mountains, offering a wide variety of terrain types, allow guests more than ample opportunity to indulge in our 350 annual inches of light, dry Utah powder.

Visit www.deervalley.com for more info.

Or Phone: 435-649-1000, 800-424-3337

Snow Report: 435-649-2000

 


Canyons Resort Located just four miles from Park City's historic Main Street, Canyons offers something for everyone with 3,500 acres of diverse terrain spread over 8 mountains. All this incredible terrain is serviced by one of the most modern lift systems around and makes The Canyons the largest single ski and snowboard resort in Utah. A lively pedestrian-only resort village features daily live music and street entertainers.

The incredible beauty you saw on NBC's Today show and Nightly News during the 2002 winter games was Canyons Resort. That's because The Canyons was selected as their broadcast center. Matt Lauer said of his time here, "Canyons was our Olympic home away from home. What a great stay. What a great mountain. What a great resort!"

Skiers looking for Canyons' award-winning terrain park in 2003-04 will find it at a new location and at a higher elevation - providing more consistent natural snowfall assisted by a new snowmaking system for the park. Freeskiers and riders will access the new park by Snow Canyon Express where they will find more than 30 features throughout the 16-acre park.

Tree skiing gets even better off of Canyons' Saddleback Express lift. Skiers and riders will find even more tree skiing near The Pines, thanks to the thinning of glades. The Pines is known for deep, untouched powder and plenty-o-trees.

On-mountain dining takes a step up at The Canyons Resort. Lookout Cabin will now feature a new, full-service bar within the restaurant -- Located a top Lookout Peak, Lookout Cabin provides stunning views of the Wasatch along with table-served meals daily.

Visit www.canyonsresort.com for more details.

Or Phone: 435-649-5400, 866-604-4170

Snow Report: 435-615-3456