Park City Mountain Resort to open summer activities in May
Apr 14, 2022, 4:08 PM
PARK CITY, Utah — Park City Mountain Resort announced Thursday that it will open for summer operations in late May.
Park City Mountain Village will open on May 27. And Canyons Golf will open at Canyons Village on May 21.
“Summer is a beautiful time in Park City and we look forward to welcoming guests back to the mountain in late May,” said Park City Mountain Chief Operating Officer, Mike Goar. “We are excited to offer a wide array of activities and outdoor recreation for guests of all ages.”
Park City Adventure Park, located in Park City Mountain Village, will include activities such as the alpine slide, mountain coaster, mini-golf, gem panning, and more. On-mountain activities will include scenic lift rides, bike haul, mountain biking, and hiking.
Some activities and trails at Park City Mountain Resort may open at later dates. This depends on snow and trail conditions and is subject to change.
Summer activities will be open seven days a week starting May 27 through Sept. 5.
Beginning Sept. 6 through Oct. 2. activities will only be available Thursday through Sunday.
Vail Resorts, which owns Park City Mountain Resort, said it recommends Epic Pass‘ Local Pass and additional passes to visitors.
For more details about summer at Park City Mountain Resort, follow its social media and look for information to be available on its website.
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