The Park City snow is often referred to as The Greatest Snow on Earth. It is deep, white, soft and abundant. With an average of over 350 inches of snow per year, you’ll find skiing conditions of Olympic proportions in Park City. Not only will you find the three Park City ski resorts within a 10 minute drive, but Canyon Creek Club is also within 40 minutes of the Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon resorts, including Alta, Snowbird, Brighton and Solitude. If summer sports are more your style, Park City is also home to championship golf. There are three courses in town and others within a short drive of Park City.
Park City Mountain Resort. Known for its world-renowned skiing and legendary dry powder, Park City Mountain Resort is the heart of the Park City ski experience. Open since 1963, Park City Mountain Resort hosted the snowboarding and giant slalom events during the 2002 Olympics .
For more information please visit www.parkcitymountain.com by clicking on the logo.
Deer Valley Resort, was the site of the 2002 Olympic slalom, mogul and aerial events, is located just a few minutes from historic downtown Park City. Great service, award-winning restaurants, an array of shopping and a beautiful atmosphere ensure a superb experience.
For more information please visit www.deervalley.com by clicking on the logo.
The ski jumps at the official Venue of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games can clearly be seen from Canyon Creek Club. The state-of-the-art Utah Olympic Park was host to 14 medal events during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games including bobsleigh, luge and Nordic skijumping competitions. The Utah Olympic Park is one of the only three ski jumps in North America and the bobsleigh/luge track is the fastest in the world.
For more information please visit www.saltlake2002.com/venues/olympic_park.html by clicking on the logo.
Park City Municipal Golf Course
Public resort course, 18 holes, 6,400 yards, Par 72, rating 69 (white)
Clubhouse, driving range, chipping green, rentals
Tee times taken up to 7 days in advance
Spike-less shoes required