Park City Mountain Resort is sporting a snowpack that’s well above average and according to the USDA’s snotel sites, the Wasatch Range is currently hosting a 130% of its average snow for this time of year.
And with all that deep snow comes the jealousy inducing photos that have us questioning why we haven’t made plans to ski Utah this season. So far, Park City’s mid-mountain has measured some 152″ of total snowfall and their base is 54″ deep. That’s not to mention the 3 feet of snow they’ve seen in the past week.
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Park City Conditions Report:
7 Day Snowfall – 34″ | Base Depth – 54″ | Total Snowfall – 152″
5AM Snow Report: 54" Base, 66" at Jupiter. 40 Lifts, 311 Trails.
— Park City (@PCski) January 16, 2020
Photos taken 1-15-20
ABOUT PARK CITY MOUNTAIN RESORT
As of 2015-16 ski season, Park City Mountain and Canyons were connected, to create the largest ski resort in the United States. Canyons’ staggering 4,000 acres were joined to Park City Mountain Resort via the Quicksilver Gondola, and together the two areas offer more than 7,300 acres of world-class ski and snowboard terrain. With a wider variety of lodging and terrain options on their Park City ski vacation, skiers and snowboarders can now choose between staying in the buzzing, historic downtown Park City or the quieter, slope side accommodations at Canyons Village with easier access to whatever type of terrain their heart desires.
Canyons Village and the classic ski town of Park City can accommodate anyone’s off-mountain interests. World-class dining, ample shopping, several live music and performing arts venues, and the annual Sundance Film Festival and make the Park City nightlife world-class. That said, the après-ski scene in Canyons’ base village is not to be missed either. Renovations have transformed the base area, specifically the Ski Beach area, into a popular après-ski hang out—especially on sunny afternoons.