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ANNUAL SNOWFALL:
355 Inches
VERTICAL DROP:
3,190 Feet
SKIABLE ACRES:
4,000
LOCAL BARS:
Doc’s, Alpine House
NUMBER OF LIFTS:
19
NUMBER OF TRAILS:
176
NUMBER OF PARKS/PIPES:
1 Park / 6 Natural Pipes
LOCAL RESTAURANTS:
The Cabin Restaurant, Doc’s, Red Pine Café, Alpine House, Spruce Restaurant, Lookout Cabin
BACKCOUNTRY ACCESS:
Open Gate Policy
TICKET PRICE:
$89
NEAREST AIRPORT:
Salt Lake City, UT
(34 miles)
HOTELS/LODGING:
Canyons Grand Summit, Escala Lodges, Sundial Lodge, Silverado Lodge, Waldorf Astoria Park City

RESORT DESCRIPTION:
Utah’s largest ski and snowboard resort keeps getting bigger and better. A new bubble-enclosed high-speed quad chair, the first of its kind in North America, will offer heated seats and increase uphill capacity by 47 percent. Iron Mountain, Canyon’s ninth mountain, will add 300 acres of groomed runs and gladed tree skiing. Increased snowmaking capabilities, a “Ski Beach,” and an upgraded gondola are all part of the most expansive resort upgrade in North America this year. With top notch amenities and world-class skiing, Canyons caters to every type of visitor and skier.

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:

• 12/31: New Year’s Eve Celebration & Rail Jam
• 3/25-4/3: 4th Annual Spring Gruv
• 3/26: 15th Annual Pond Skimming Contest

TERRAIN BREAKDOWN:

Boasting 4,000 acres of skiable terrain spread over nine mountains, Canyon’s world-class terrain caters to every style and ability of skier. Five bowls, six natural halfpipes, 176 trails and two cutting-edge terrain parks offer gladed slopes, secluded powder stashes, and manicured groomers perfect for every member of the family.

POWDER PERSPECTIVE:

Often overlooked amongst the seven other Salt Lake and Park City resorts, Canyons is a local’s haunt on powder days. In addition to great tree skiing inbounds for storm days, the resort offers stellar backcountry access. In the spring, the resort often hosts concerts at the base area.