Deer Valley Resort Information

Deer Valley Resort in Park City Utah, has been consistently rated as the #1 ski resort in North America by SKI Magazine. The resort offers 2,026 acres of terrain comprised of six mountains, six bowls and one-hundred runs. Luxury amenities include three on-mountain day lodges and ten on-mountain restaurants offering award winning cuisine.  Close to the Deer Valley Resort, Identity Properties features the Settlers Ridge Condominiums (Two Bedroom condominiums) located just minutes from the Deer Valley Resort.

Call Identity Properties at 800-245-6417 (435-649-5100) or e-mail us at identity@pclodge.com with any questions or to purchase lift passes (you must have lodging through Identity Properties to purchase lift passes from us).

Deer Valley Resort – 2015/2016 Lift ticket prices

  • Adult Full Day – $TBA
    Child Full Day – $TBA

    (blackout Dec.26-Jan.4 AND Feb.15, 16, 17, 2016)

    Deer Valley Resort Information

    Scheduled season: December 5, 2015 to April 11, 2016

    Mountain Information: 101runs, 6 bowls, 6 mountains

    Skiable acres: 2,026

    Summit Elevation: Empire Summit 9,570 feet (2,917 meters)

    Base Elevation: 6,570 feet (2,003 meters)

    Vertical drop: 3,000 feet (914 meters)

    Longest Run: 2.8 miles (4.5 km)

    Trail Map

    Deer Valley Ski School information: 888-764-8477 or 435-645-6648

 

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Testimonials

Great winter experience!

Spent a week at the Resort Plaza, Park City, Utah. It was a great experience. The staff at the resort were very helpful
and courteous. The transportation van was timely with good restaurant and shopping suggestions. Kudos to the staff
and manager. Pool was warm, Spa was hot and clean. Great winter experience.

— Feb. 26, 2014

Have just returned today from Park City Jupiter Inn. Nothing but praise for the Inn and its staff. We had a studio it was
large so well equipped with a full kitchen, very comfy bed etc. only minor complaint was it was very hot.! We had
daily cleaning also which was a bonus. Road was not an issue as was quiet at night. But what made it for us was the
STAFF, really friendly and helpful going out of their way to make you welcome. The shuttle bus to slopes and town
was terrific, have been back 12 hours and already planning next years trip.

— Mar. 9, 2013
 

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