Park City and Deer Valley Resort Packages
Destination: Utah
Availability:   November-April


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2-7 Nights (or more)

Welcome to Northern Utah’s Wasatch Mountains! Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resorts are located 45 minutes from the Salt Lake International Airport and 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. Park City Mountain Resort has two villages, an upper village near historic Main Street and a lower one named Canyons Village. Both base areas are ideal for ski-in, ski-out lodging and amenities. You also have the option of staying in the town of Park City and can choose from a wide selection of hotels, suites, condos, townhomes, and private homes.

Park City Mountain is the largest ski resort in the United States with 17 mountain peaks and over 7,300 skiable acres. Needless to say, this place is huge and would take a lifetime of exploring to ski and snowboard it all! The best thing about skiing Park City is there is plenty of terrain for all ability levels to enjoy and you won’t need to ski the same run twice.

Deer Valley Resort is located 5 minutes from the town of Park City and 10 minutes from Park City Mountain Resort. The close proximity of the two resorts enables you to try both on your winter ski vacation. The grooming at the resort is meticulous, so grab your carving skis and enjoy the buffed early-morning corduroy. In addition to the excellent grooming, Deer Valley serves up excellent tree skiing, never ending bump runs, and deep powder in the alpine bowls. The resort offers ski-in, ski-out lodging, as well as numerous off mountain condos, townhomes, and private homes.

Endless Turns has several lodging options to choose from throughout Park City, Deer Valley, and Kimball Junction. Accommodations range from hotel guest rooms to two-bedroom condos and private homes. We have accommodations to fit all budgets throughout the Park City area. Regardless of whether you are looking for a weekend getaway or a full-week of skiing and snowboarding, Endless Turns will arrange the perfect ski getaway for you!

Fly into Salt Lake City International with a 30 minute transfer from the airport to the Park City area (30 miles from SLC – PC- 50 km).
November – April
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Park City Mountain is located in the heart of Park City with the Town Lift located in the middle of downtown Main Street.  Access to the Town Lift is via a skier’s bridge, which is ideal for skiers and snowboarders coming from the upper village that want to have lunch or enjoy apres-ski in town.  Easy access to the both the upper village and Canyons Village makes it a great family ski resort resort with an excellent variety of terrain for all ability levels.

With 348 designated runs, over 7,300 skiable acres, 17 mountain peaks, 41 lifts, 13 bowls, 8 terrain parks, 1 half pip and 1 mini pipe, and 355 inches of annual snowfall, Park City Mountain truly is a world class resort!


  • Lifts
  • Double 4
  • Triple 7
  • High-Speed Quads 16
  • High-Speed Six Pack 6
  • Gondolas 4
  • Magic Carpet 4
  • Vertical
  • Base Elevation 6,800 ft/2,103 m
  • Peak Elevation 10,026 ft/3,048 m
  • Vertical Drop 3,226 ft/983 m
  • Annual Snowfall
  • Average 356 inches (904 cms)
  • Terrain
  • Skiable Acres 7,300
  • Beginner 12%
  • Intermediate 47%
  • Advanced/Expert 41%
  • Designated Runs
  • 330 runs over 17 mountain peaks.
  • Off-Piste & Backcountry
  • Yes
  • Heli Skiing
  • Yes
  • Snowmaking
  • Yes, coverage is 500 acres.
  • Skiing Snowboarding
  • Yes
  • Terrain Park
  • 8 Parks

Park City Trail Map

Deer Valley is a skiers’ only mountain, that has been awarded #1 Resort in North America by Ski Magazine, 5 years in a row.  With 2,026 skiable acres, 21 lifts, 103 runs, 7 bowls, and a 3,000 foot vertical drop.  Deer Valley has plenty of terrain for skiers of all ability levels.  Whether you like to cruise, carve, float, or bump, Deer Valley is sure to please!

Deer Valley is renown for providing 5 star dining options to go along with a 5 star skiing experience.  This is a boutique resort that limits the number of skiers each day, to ensure your skiing experience is a memorable one.


  • Lifts
  • Double 2
  • Triple 5
  • High-Speed Quads 13
  • Gondolas 1
  • Vertical
  • Base Elevation 6,570 ft/2,003 m
  • Peak Elevation 9,570 ft/2,917 m
  • Vertical Drop 3,000 ft/914 m
  • Annual Snowfall
  • Average 300 inches (762 cms)
  • Terrain
  • Skiable Acres 2,026
  • Beginner 27%
  • Intermediate 41%
  • Advanced 33%
  • Designated Runs
  • 103
  • Off-Piste & Backcountry
  • There is great off-piste terrain.
  • Snowmaking
  • Yes
  • Skiing Snowboarding
  • Skiing, no snowboarding allowed.

Deer Valley Trail Map


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