We’re sure you’ve heard that Park City has the “Greatest Snow on Earth,” well after January’s over 13 feet of snow, I think it’s pretty obvious. January ski conditions in Park City were #EPIC. Throughout the month you we were hearing 6 feet in 6 days, and that was just the beginning. The charts below show that Park City has received 233cm of snow as of the 24th of January, compared to just 213cm of snow as of March 31, 2016. Imagine what the rest of ski season will bring to skiers and riders who choose to book a ski vacation to Park City in February or March.
Take advantage of our February and March Park City Lodging Deals and book online today. (Select units may have additional discounts and rate reductions through early February, be sure to CHECK AVAILABILITY now)
- Feb 1-15, 2017 – 5th night free (excludes Resort Plaza) (select condo rates reduced up to 40%, including Resort Plaza)
- Mar. 1 – 25, 2017 – 5th night free (excludes Resort Plaza)
- Mar. 26-April 17 – 4th night free at all locations
Its like Warren Miller always said: “If you don’t get out here this year, you’ll be one year older when you do.”
This chart shows the snow depth changes in Park City through the current ski season, compared to the previous winter.
Snow reported by Park City so far in 2016/2017 has hit 233cm on Tuesday 24th January 2017.
Snow reported by Park City in the 2015/2016 ski season reached 213cm on Thursday 31st March 2016.
Note that snow history is not a predictor of future snow depths; it simply shows you how much snow accumulated in Park City that winter.
Park City Current Snow Reports
Deer Valley Resort Snow Total – 280 inches to date, with a 103″ base
Park City Mountain Resort Snow Total – 240″ inches to date with a 92″ base
Alta Resort Snow Total – 330″ inches to date with a 107″ base
Snowbird Snow Total – 320″ inches to date with a 107″ base
Solitude Snow Total – 323″ inches to date with a 103″ base
Ready to book your 2017 ski vacation to Park City. Give us a call at 800-245-6417 or book online to take advantage of recent rate reductions and savings on Park City lodging.