The Big Mountain Battle is back, and it’s bigger than ever!
Well, the mountain is the same size. But the race is new, improved and challenging for adults and kids alike! The Big Mountain Battle, sponsored by Helly Hansen, is a series of battles across the continent, giving guests the opportunity to participate in an on-mountain scavenger hunt.
Here at Park City Mountain Resort, we have an advanced and an intermediate course, and three different categories for participation: Advanced, Intermediate or 12 and under. The event is simple: grab a partner, register in your category, get your course planned …
One of my favorite things about living in a mountain resort is being surrounded by people who care about the outdoors and part of a team that respects and preserves the beautiful surroundings that we not only work in, but enjoy spending our free time in as well.
So it’s gratifying that the Ski Area Citizens Coalition has named Park City Mountain Resort the West’s Most Sustainable resort for 2013 in its annual Environmental Scorecard – giving PCMR an “A” grade and the top overall score of 93 out of 100.
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I ski with a lot of guys.
Not necessarily a bad thing, but they’re all really GOOD skiers. I’m not a terrible skier or anything, and I don’t usually have any real problems keeping up, even though I am the slowest out of them. And occasionally I feel a little bit like I’m holding them back, especially when they get more aggressive and decide to hike the peak and I’m not really feeling it that day.
Point of my anecdote: I wish I had more women to ski with.
So on that subject, I decided to try out Ladies Club …
Friday morning, the Park City native, and longtime Park City Mountain Resort shredder, won gold in the Giant Slalom, his third win already at this year’s world championships – making Ted the first man to win that many golds at a single world championships since Jean-Claude Killy did it 45 years ago. Ted, who won the Super-G and Super-Combined earlier this week, held a lead of more than 1.3
Feb 18, 2013 11:00 am
Bring out the family for a special tour given by the Swaner staff on the Preserve. The staff will share their knowledge about the history of the Preserve, past historical land uses, current conservation projects and insight into the local fauna and habits. Topics about animal tracking and snow science will be discussed. This event is open to all ages. It is free for members and $5 for nonmembers Hot chocolate and cookies will be provided after the tour. For more information, please call 435-649-1767 x 0 or email@example.com