The Park City Mountain Resort is a short 35 minute drive on Interstate 80, from the Salt Lake International Airport and offers some of the best skiing and snowboarding in Utah.  Fly into Salt Lake City in the morning – and you can be on the slopes the same day you arrive!  The Park City Mountain Resort offers 3,300 acres of terrain comprised of nine bowls, eight peaks, 50 groomed runs as well as some of the best terrain parks and superpipe in the country.

Annually, The Park City Mountain Resort has been ranked as one of the top 10 resorts in North America by SKI Magazine.  Recently, The Park City Mountain Resort was voted as “North America’s Most Family-Friendly Resort” by the visitors of OnTheSnow.  Want a front row seat?  Identity Properties features 1-4 Bedroom condominium rentals at the Resort Plaza, our ski-in, ski-out location.  The Three Kings condominiums are within walking distance to the Three Kings lift and the Silver Star lift.  Motherlode Condominiums are located a block away from the Town Lift. Please visit our Park City maps page.

 Park City Mountain Resort Lift Ticket Prices (purchased through Identity  Properties) – 2014/2015 Winter Season Lift ticket prices will be posted soon.  Daily lift tickets are available for purchase at the Three Kings, Park Avenue, Resort Plaza and Jupiter Inn front desks.

Visit our Silver Passport page to view 2014/2015 prices for Park City’s multi-area lift ticket option.

Adult prices: 13-64 years old.  Child prices: 5-12 years old.  Children 4 and under ski/ride free but must have a ticket issued at window.

Daily Tickets  2014-2015

Adult   $96                     Child  $66                          Senior 65+ $66

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

Park City Mountain Resort Information

General Information: 435-649-8111

Fax: 435-647-5374

Snow Report: 435-647-5449

Scheduled Season: Saturday November 22, 2014 to Sunday April 19, 2015

Mountain Information: 116 trails, 9 bowls, 8 peaks

–Easiest: 17%

–More difficult: 52%

–Most difficult: 31%

–3,300 skiable acres

–Longest run: Homerun, 3.5 miles long

–Summit elevation: 10,000 feet (3,049 meters)

–Base elevation: 6,900 feet (2,104 meters)

–Vertical drop: 3,100 feet (945 meters)

–1 Superpipe (Eagle); 1 Minipipe (Merrill Mini)

–Terrain Parks: King’s Crown Superpark, 3 Kings (lighted), Neff Land and Little Kings

–16 lifts: 4 high-speed, six passenger chairs; 3 high-speed quads, 7 triples, 2 doubles and

3 conveyors

Park City Mountain Resort Maps

Park City Mountain Resort night skiing: Payday, First Time and 3 Kings lifts open for night skiing and riding from 4pm-8pm between December 26-March 29, 2015.


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Our condo was perfect for us.

We stayed in condo #11 from Jan 31- February 4 and it was great. We
stayed at the Jupiter Inn 2 years ago and chose it again because we remembered how nice it was.
The shuttle service was exceptional. Brad was outstanding! The jacuzzis were very clean and felt great after a day
of skiing. Our condo was perfect for us. We loved the bedding and the full kitchen with granite countertops and
stainless steel appliances! We will stay at the Jupiter Inn again next year when we return to Park City!

— Feb. 9, 2014

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


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