Park City: The Ultimate Ski Destination

The Utah ski region justifiably lays claim to the “Greatest Snow on Earth®”. With the Salt Lake International Airport, just 35 minutes away from Park City, this ski town is one of the most accessible ski holidays in the U.S. Park City is known for its exceptional skiing but also for its lively après-ski scene, historic Main Street, and breathtaking mountain views. Utah offers the total winter sports package with Olympic standard facilities. Park City is a 19th-century mining town with plenty of character and après ski entertainment.

Park City Mountain offers two base villages and over 3,000 hectares of skiable terrain. Park City Mountain caters to all skill levels, from gentle beginner slopes to challenging expert runs and thrilling terrain parks for both skiers and snowboarders. The resort’s state-of-the-art lifts and efficient trail grooming ensure optimal skiing conditions throughout the season. Start your day on one side and connect to the other side via the Quicksilver Gondola. Between mountain bites and expansive trails, there is lots of opportunity for exploration and adventure.

At Deer Valley, skiers are treated to over 800 hectares of pristine terrain, catering to all skill levels from beginner to expert. The resort has a diverse array of trails, from gentle winding slopes perfect for beginners to challenging mogul runs and steep glades for the more adventurous skier. With an average annual snowfall of over 762 centimeters and state-of-the-art snowmaking capabilities, Deer Valley ensures optimal conditions throughout the winter season. One of the defining features of skiing at Deer Valley is the emphasis on exclusivity and personalized service. Lift lines are minimal thanks to strict limits on the number of lift tickets sold each day, ensuring a premium experience with shorter wait times. Skiers are pampered with amenities such as complimentary ski valet, on-mountain dining at award-winning restaurants, and upscale lodges offering everything from cozy fireplaces to luxurious spas.

Park City

From $3,731* per person twin share
Return Transfers Salt Lake City to Park City
7 Nights Accommodation in a Studio Condo
6 Day Ski Passes for Park City

*T&Cs apply. Subject to availability. Travel dates April 21 – 28, 2025.

Park City Family package

From $8,313* Total Family Cost
Includes, for 2 Adults and 2 Children:
Return Transfers Salt Lake City to Park City
7 Nights Accommodation in a Studio Condo
6 Day Ski Passes for Park City

*T&Cs apply. Subject to availability. Travel dates April 21 – 28, 2025.

deer valley

From $7,295* per person twin share
Return Transfers Salt Lake City to Deer Valley
7 Nights Accommodation in a King Hotel Room
6 Day Ski Passes for Deer Valley

*T&Cs apply. Subject to availability. Travel dates Mar 28-Apr 4, 2025.

Where to Stay

When considering a stay in Deer Valley, Park City Proper, Mountain Village or Canyons Village, each destination offers its own unique charm and appeal. Deer Valley exudes luxury and exclusivity, with its upscale accommodation, impeccable service, and its ski-only slopes offering a refined skiing experience. Park City Proper, on the other hand, blends historic charm with modern amenities, offering a vibrant après-ski scene, diverse dining options, and a lively downtown atmosphere with boutique hotels and private vacation rentals. Park City Mountain has a range of accommodation options catering to various preferences. Visitors can choose from private vacation rentals offering ski-in/ski-out access or steps away from the slopes at Mountain Village, or enjoy a more vibrant, family-friendly atmosphere at Canyons Village. Canyons offers a variety of accommodation options to suit different preferences and budgets. From luxurious resorts to cozy lodges and condominiums. Luxury resorts provide upscale amenities and ski-in/ski-out access. Park City promises an unforgettable ski holiday, whether you prefer a 5 star ski experience at Deer Valley Resort, or the expansive runs at Park City Mountain.

To do in Park City

Beyond the slopes, Park City’s charming town and surrounding villages beckon visitors with their historic charm, vibrant culture, and eclectic dining and shopping scenes.

  • Historic Main Street: Take a stroll down Historic Main Street and immerse yourself in the town’s rich heritage. Lined with quaint boutiques, art galleries, and award-winning restaurants housed in historic buildings, Main Street exudes a warm, inviting atmosphere.
  • Kimball Junction: Located just a short free bus ride from the ski resorts, Kimball Junction is a bustling hub of activity with shopping outlets, entertainment venues, and dining options. After a day on the slopes, unwind with some retail therapy.
  • Canyons Village: Situated at the base of Park City Mountain, Canyons Village offers a vibrant apres-ski scene with lively bars, cozy cafes, and outdoor fire pits. Gather with friends and family to toast to a day well spent on the mountain as you bask in the warm glow of the setting sun.
  • Woodward Park City: Woodward Park City is a year-round action sports destination that encourages intuitive growth and safe progression for all ages and abilities to play and train. Encompassing a fully integrated 50-hectare campus with day and night skiing, snowboarding and tubing during the winter, and lift-served mountain biking in the summer. The indoor facility for sports includes skateboarding, BMX, mountain biking, parkour, trampoline, cheer, snowboard and ski, and a full-service restaurant to refuel or relax while others in your group play.
  • Utah Olympic Park: Visit the Utah Olympic Park and experience Utah’s Olympic legacy! Guided tours of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games venue, an official U.S. Olympic training site, are available daily, year-round. Explore the park’s two free museums to learn about the history of skiing in Utah and relive the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Take the ride of a lifetime on the bobsled and experience what it is like to go down the Olympic track.

Winter Activities

In addition to skiing and snowboarding, Park City offers a range of winter activities to suit every taste and preference.

  • Snowshoeing: Traverse scenic trails amidst towering pine trees and frosted meadows as you soak in the peacefulness of your surroundings.
  • Sleigh Rides: Snuggle up under warm blankets as you glide through the winter wonderland, accompanied by the gentle jingle of sleigh bells.
  • Ice Skating: Whether you’re twirling under the stars or racing around the rink with friends, ice skating is a timeless winter pastime that promises endless fun.
  • Dog Sledding: Experience the power, work ethic and enjoyment of a dog team. Tours run up canyons, along river trails and through mountain ranches.
  • Snowmobiling: One way to experience the sweeping bowls of powder and untouched mountain meadow is to go snowmobiling. Experience beyond the ski resorts.
  • Tubing: Zoom down the long groomed trails – a classic family tradition!
  • Fat Biking: Experience the beautiful landscape of Park City with over 400 miles of maintained trails.

Be in to WIN a Ski Holiday to Park City and Deer Valley

Join us at our Ski Travel Expo on Sunday 12 May for your chance to win a Ski Holiday to Park City and Deer Valley, along with other fantastic prizes.


Prize for two includes return tickets on Hawaiian Airlines from Auckland to Salt Lake City via Honolulu

4 nights accommodation in Park City, 2 nights accommodation in Deer Valley

2 Day Ski Pass for Park City, and a 2 Day Ski Pass for Deer Valley



Talk to Park City themselves and start planning your ultimate ski holiday to Utah at the Ski Expo.


Park City and Deer Valley Terrain

Deer Valley

27% Beginner 31% Intermediate 42% Advanced
21 lifts
103 runs
No terrain parks / no snowboarding
Summit elevation – 2,917m
Vertical drop – 914m

Renowned for its impeccable grooming, upscale amenities, and unparalleled service, Deer Valley Resort is a haven for those seeking luxury on the slopes. Enjoy meticulously groomed runs, perfectly spaced glades, and world-class dining options amidst breathtaking mountain vistas. This resort only allows skiers.

Park City

8% Beginner 42% Intermediate 50% Advanced
40 lifts
300+ runs
6 terrain parks – 1 half pipe / 1 mini pipe
Summit elevation – 3,056m
Vertical drop – 983m

As the largest ski resort in the United States, Park City Mountain offers an expansive playground for winter enthusiasts. From gentle beginner slopes to challenging expert terrain, this resort caters to skiers and riders of all abilities. Don’t miss the iconic runs like Jupiter Bowl and McConkey’s Bowl for adrenaline boosters.