Mountain Information

The Largest Ski & Snowboard Resort in the United States

Over 7,300+ acres, 348 trails, 41 lifts, 13 bowls, 8 terrain parks, 1 super pipe & 1 mini pipe.


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We have over 300 snowguns at Park City Mountain. Depending on temperature, we are capable of running as many as 150 at any given time.
Depending on temperatures, snowmaking typically begins at the end of October and runs through the middle of January

The most efficient snowmaking temperatures are between 10 - 15 degrees wet-bulb, but can make snow any time as long as the wet bulb is below 28 degrees. What is wetbulb? Wet-bulb is the ambient air temperature with a humidity coefficient.

For example, if the air temperature is 35° Fahrenheit and humidity is 75%, the wet-bulb temperature would be 32° Fahrenheit—which is too warm to make snow. But if the air temperature is 35° Fahrenheit and the humidity is 30%, the wet-bulb temperature is 27°—which is cold enough to make snow!

Mountain Stats

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Vertical Rise

Average Snowfall

Snowmaking

Skiable Acres

Trails

Mountain Peaks