Before you can register for Quick START you need to book your flight. If your travel plans aren’t yet complete, please bookmark this page so that you can return to finish your registration. After registering, you’ll receive your redemption voucher via email.
IMPORTANT: You must bring a paper copy of your voucher, a paper copy of your same-day boarding pass (printed, not electronic) and out-of-state photo ID to the resort ticket window to receive your complimentary same-day lift ticket.
Our live, controllable PTZ (pan, tilt and zoom) cameras have been one of the most popular features on parkcitymountain.com for as long as I have been working here. Over, the past several years, we have moved cameras around to find the most interesting vantage points and more recently we have even added an HD Cam up at the top of Crescent Lift. Now we just turned on the newly upgraded Resort Plaza HD Cam with an updated HD cam interface that is also now available on the Crescent HD cam. Plus the existing standard definition Summit and 3 Kings …
Plan ahead and get a hot deal on Utah area lift tickets. Make a stop at the Costco in Salt Lake City (1818 S 300 W, Salt Lake City, UT – (801) 483-1881) on your way to the resort.
A 5-pack to Park City Mountain Resort – $259.99 (or $51.99/tix)
Two adult tickets to The Canyons – $109.99 (two youth or senior tickets – $64.99)
Two tickets to Snowbird – $98.99 ($49,49/tix)
NO BLACK OUT DATES!
January 4 - The Meyer Gallery presents an artists reception for Heather Campbell and Fatima Ronquillo.
January 4-5 – The Egyptian Theatre presents Stand Up Comedy.
January 4-6 - The Park City Film Series presents Samsara.
January 5 - The Park City Performing Arts Foundation presents Sara Watkins and Ruth Moody.
January 5 – The Park City Film Series presents a free screening of Winnie the Pooh at 3pm in their Books 2 Movies series.
Through January 6 - The Kimball Art Center presents Chihuly Venetians, The George R. Stroemple Collection A Stroemple/Stirek Collaboration in …
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Count on two things when talking to ski town locals: they’ll remind you “there’re no friends on a powder day” and they’ll button up when you ask where their favorite powder stash is.
Park City Mountain Resort’s new Powder Club, however, breaks both of those rules: putting you in a fun group led by an instructor who shows you the best spots to hit on the mountain – all before the lifts are open to the public. No membership is required – just sign yourself up for a Powder Club session between 8-8:30 any morning after the Resort