Park City is an area known for it’s amazing skiable peaks. Both Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort, located in the Wasatch Range of the Rocky Mountains, were the setting for numerous down-hill ski and snowboard events during the 2002 Winter Olympics. This area’s chutes and runs are so technical and challenging, the United States Ski Team, as well as the Australian Freestyle Ski Team train here. The calibre of athletes this area draws should be evidence enough that skiing in Park City is world class.
The peaks of the Wasatch Mountain Range aren’t just for skiers, however. The challenge and excitement of our local mountain range draws thousands of snowboard enthusiasts to our peaks every year.
With multiple ski and snowboard resorts within just a few miles of our lovely hotel, staying at Park City Peaks Hotel means the utmost of comfort, convenience, and a prime location with easy access to three of this area’s best snowboarding destinations.
Snowboarding and The Canyons
As the largest ski and snowboarding resort in Utah, The Canyons needs to be on every snowboarder’s list of slopes to experience. Regardless of your level of experience, The Canyons has something for every level of snowboarder. With an average annual snowfall of 355 inches, there is guaranteed to be ridable powder on The Canyon’s 4,000 acres of terrain when you visit.
The Canyons offers snowboarders access to 182 trails which are serviced by 21 chair lifts. The Canyons also offers boarders the fun of 6 natural half pipes to test your skills. For a map of the trails of The Canyons nine peaks, click here.
Snowboarding and Deer Valley
With 2,026 acres of mountainous terrain, Deer Valley Resort played host to a number of down-hill ski and snowboard competitions when Utah welcomed the 2002 Winter Olympics. While Deer Valley offered Olympic Athletes challenging slopes for their competition set against the beautiful backdrop of the Wasatch Mountains, what Deer Valley offers snowboarders is 100 trails of varying difficulty serviced by 21 chairlifts.
With consistent snowfall and challenging vertical drops, Deer Valley Resort is a great snowboarding destination. For a map of Deer Valley’s mountain, click here.
Snowboarding and Park City Mountain Resort
Another resort which served as a venue for the 2002 Winter Olympics, Park City Mountain Resort offers boarders 365 inches of fresh powder every year on 3,300 acres of terrain spread over eight challenging peaks and nine bowls. Park City Mountain Resort is guaranteed to be a great destination for any snowboarder as they offer 116 trails of varying difficulties 17% of which are suitable for beginners, 52% for Intermediate snowboarders, and 31% of their trails are best left to the snowboarding experts.
Park City Mountain Resort also has one superpipe and one minipipe. For a maps of Park City Mountain Resorts diverse trails, click here.
Nestled comfortably close to all three of these world class mountain resorts, Park City Peaks Hotel is the best place for any snowboarder to stay while visiting Park City. Our convenient location means you can take full advantage of all that the Wasatch Mountains has to offer. Our comfortable accommodations and friendly service means that your every need will be looked after. If you’re planning a visit to Park City, give us a call, we look forward to welcoming you!