Park City

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brink
10/01/2012
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At first sight, one might wonder how a pair of tree-clad hills with a few slopes can offer for skiing. After taking one of the sixteen lifts up, you understand more, as you only see less than 20% of the downhill ride. There are a total of eight mountains with the highest ridge of +3000 meters. The majority of the rivers are red and more than 30% are black. There are nine bowls for cruising steep hill, mainly in birch or spruce forest. And the snow is snowy, even when there are plus degrees. Liftköer is not even in Christmas and New Year, it's a nice atmosphere and there is plenty of food and service in principle everywhere. The slopes are wide and very well prepared.

The city itself is quite genuine but sad, but who cares when skiing is cruel.

brink
10/01/2012
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Above the dirty plastic resort village you will find the tall egglift among the nine mountains. Already on the way up, you understand what gave the ski area its name. There are five bowls and six natural halfpipes and how much other rides. Almost half of the rides are black and when dumped, Utah's extremely dry snow experiences total. Stay better at Park City.

(Guest)
25/02/2009
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Went in Park City one day. This has been in Vail, Breckenridge, Steamboat, Jackson, Grand Targhee, Powder Mountain and Snow Basin. I would never go to the United States just to go here! Park City does not have a chance at any of the aforementioned sites! Sadly disappointed, but should have read more before ... No fall height and very bad and unnecessary lifts that do not go down the hill. I do not like a pipe, but I did not think it would be very good quality. Well, now it's off to Snowbird and hopefully more positive adventures on a better mountain!

vegardk
07/10/2007
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Was there in 1999 and thought the resort was worth the trip all the way to the United States.

Positively:
* The variation of slopes that existed when picked up at the various peaks.
* Easy offpiste
* Well maintained system, nice slopes, quick lifts, ABSOLUTELY no button or anchor lifts.
* Proper dry and nice snow!

negative:
* Low fall height
* No real challenges
* No "high-altitude" terrain, can not be matched with Chamonix or the like
* Boring afterski Nothing happens. You eat the most.

I rank this resort as significantly better than Åre / Hemsedal, but significantly worse than, for example, St. Anton / Val D'isere.

TexMurphy
11/09/2007
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If you like pistachio on very well-paved broad hills, Park City is right.

If you like to show up among people with "right" clothes, gadgets and accessories, PC is right.

If you like to flash credit cards, Park City is right.

For the three above, Park City can only compete with Deer Valley and Aspen.

However, if you like to go out of the way, the PC may not be bad but the battle with horse lengths of its neighbors Snowbird, Alta, Brighton and Solitude.

Additionally, PC is extremely expensive. A daily passport costs around $ 70, which is almost twice as much with Alta and Brighton.

Very glossy but very opaque.

However, the village is worth a day / night trip, as it's a bit fun (but you eat better and cheaper at Salt Lake restaurants).

If you are in UTAH, take a day or a half-day in PC absolutely no more, unless you're dense and like to show in a piste.

Dechiper
10/09/2007
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Park City is one of the best ski resorts I have traveled in. There are plenty of slopes for as well beginners as professionals. They have a really big and good park, they have many blue slopes so if you're not so good there's still a lot to do. And then we come to those hard and fun double blacks that I only went once for him that I went with refused to get up again.

Park City also agreed to hold the Winter Olympics 2002.

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