Canyons Village at Park City, Park City

4.2
#3 of 25 in Winter Sports in Utah
Take up skiing at one of more than 180 trails at Canyons Village at Park City in the winter, or go hiking, biking, fishing, rafting, or hot air ballooning in summer. This mountain resort stretches across 1,600 hectares (4,000 acres) of skiable terrain at a maximum elevation of 3,040 m (9,990 ft) and features 19 chairlifts. You'll discover many dining and shopping opportunities at the resort. In summer, don't miss the zipline tour, which takes you for a ride down the mountain. Or, take a self-guided scavenger hunt through forests, an activity that is included with your gondola pass. Put Canyons Village at Park City into our Park City trip itinerary builder site to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Park City.
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  • While here for a conference, I also had time to do some skiing with my daughters. The Canyons connects with Park City. Here at the Canyons the trails are for more intermediate to advance skiers...  more »
  • Great lifts, delicious food options, nice outdoor umbrella bar, and some decent shopping. We really enjoyed staying at the canyons. It was easy to find good food and just the right amount of shopping.  more »
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  • Fantastic location to stay. Great views. Excellent facilities. Clean pool with guest BBQ grills poolside for guests to use. Slopeside. We'll equipped very nice rooms. Loved it. We stay in Park City a LOT! This was the nicest condo we have stayed in.
  • I simply love visiting The Canyon Village if not for the mountains it is for the fresh mountain air... This most recent visit was for the end of Stage 5 of the Tour of Utah cycling race. It was amazing to view the cyclists race up the hill and into this tunnel of fans, cow bells, cheering, media, and a huge arch for them to ride through. The last time I saw so many camera and video crew was at a college football game. There were media trailers and video guys everywhere. About 150 feet after the finish arch was a round-around of sorts where all the media gathered and the cyclists met up with fans and teammates. There was a one cycling crew member with a portable cooler and he pulled out an ice-cold can of Coca-Cola and handed to the cyclist. Yeah, after a 79.5 miles of racing that guy deserved any drink or treat his heart desired! Now, would I return to The Canyons when there is not a cycling event? Yes, yes I would. There is much hiking left to do and more restaurants to experience :)

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