Opening Day: May 23, 2014 - Closing Date: October 19, 2014
PayDay Lift runs from May 23 to June 20, then switches to the Crescent Hi-Speed Quad
June 21-Sept 1: Mon-Thu 11am-8pm, Fri-Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 11am-6pm
Sept 2-Oct 19: Sun-Fri 1pm-6pm, Sat 11-6pm
Holidays: 7/3, 7/24, 8/31-9/1: 10am-9pm
Full Day Lift Pass: $21
Single Ride Lift Pass: $12
Holiday Lift Rate: $23 and $13
Adult Season Pass (Lift Access Only): $70
Child Season Pass (Lift Access Only): $25
Park City Mountain Resort Overview
Park City Mountain Resort
The Park City area, is home to a natural playground of over 350 miles of multi-use trails. The summer trail season typically begins in May and runs through October. Trails range in elevation from roughly 7,000 feet to 10,000 feet with three lifts providing access to this vast network of amazing trails - creating opportunities for epic backcountry exploration.
Three chairlifts will run through the summer, serving more than 70 miles of hiking and biking trails across the resort’s terrain. PayDay and Crescent Lifts will carry riders from the resort’s base area, while Town Lift will provide access to the mountain directly from the lodging, dining and shopping of Park City’s Historic Main Street.
This trail system offers non-motorized recreational access for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrian users of all ability levels. It also provides a spectacular venue for nationally recognized events such as the Mid-Mountain Marathon and the Park City Point To Point mountain bike race.
Park City, Utah was recently named International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) the world’s first Gold Level Ride Center. This was a community-wide effort because IMBA considered such wide ranging criteria such as the number of miles, quality of the trails, quality of rooms and restaurants, bike shops, trailhead facilities, bike parks, brew pubs, and even cooperation between government, businesses, and land owners in making this a great place to ride.
The resort’s three lifts will open for the season on the following dates:
PayDay Lift – May 23
Town Lift – June 6
Crescent Lift – June 21
PayDay Lift will provide uphill bike access until Crescent Lift opens June 21, at which point bike access will move from PayDay to Crescent. Town Lift will carry bikes all summer.
Park City Mountain resort will run lifts an hour later than last summer, and the resort will remain open weekdays during the late season from 1pm to 6pm, Sunday through Friday, in Sept & Oct. Holiday hours are extened to 10am to 9pm as well.
2014 Events at Park City Mountain Resort
On Saturday, June 21, Park City Mountain Resort hosts the JANS & White Pine Touring Super Bike Demo – showcasing 2014’s newest bikes from manufacturers including Trek; Specialized; SCOTT; Santa Cruz and Rocky Mountain Bicycles. Bikes will be available for demo on all open PCMR trails for free from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (valid ID or credit card required). Uphill chairlift access will require a lift ticket or summer season pass, but all registered demo participants can purchase a single-ride or day-long lift ticket for 50% off. Demo headquarters will be located in the resort’s Signature 3 learning area, next to the plaza and summer climbing wall.
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Park City Mountain Resort, UT – While the cycling world has been focused on all things #Interbike this week, big news was happening in the land of lift-access resorts. After months of litigation and a feared possible shutdown this season of one of Utah's most popular ski resorts, Vail Resorts on Thursday agreed to buy out Park City Mountain Resort
Park City Mountain Resort, UT – Summer is here in Park City as the resort is the first in the area to fire things up for the season. The Town Lift opens up to mountain bikes today, with the Crescent Lift scheduled to open June 21, opening more than 70 miles of lift-accessed terrain on the town’s centralized resort. Three chairlifts will run through the summer, serving more than 70 miles of hiking and biking trails across the resort’s terrain.