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  • Beautiful Park City Mountain is only minutes away

PARK CITY

Park City is the perfect place to vacation year-round. At the nearby Olympic Park, you can take a summer bobsled ride on 'The Comet', ride the zip line or the alpine slide. For the less adventurous, you can sit back and watch Olympic hopefuls put on a freestyle aerial show. We're happy to provide you with more resources to plan your trip, just ask!

With the Salt Lake City airport an easy 30 minute drive away, Park City is one of the most convenient resort destinations in the US. Crestview is a quick drive to historic Main Street, only a five minute drive to The Canyons Resort, 10 minutes to Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley--all three are serviced by a free shuttle bus that stops a 5 minute walk from our building. Our location near Interstate 80 makes the trip to Cottonwood Canyon resorts (Snowbird, Alta, Solitude and Brighton) much easier than other Park City locations.

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  • Water ramp at Utah Olympic park

Utah Olympic Park

Utah Olympic Park is a winter sports park built for the 2002 Winter Olympics, and is located 28 miles (45 km) east of Salt Lake City near Park City, Utah, United States. During the 2002 games the park hosted the bobsleigh, skeleton, luge, ski jumping, and Nordic combined events. It still serves a training center for Olympic and development level athletes. Other facilities in addition to the ski jumps and bobsled track located on site include a 2002 Winter Olympics and Ski Museum, day lodge, summer aerial training splash pool, ziplines, and a mountain coaster.

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  • Skyline trail - Canyons Resort

Canyons Resort

Canyons Resort was one of three alpine ski resorts located in Park City. Prior to 2015, there were 19 chairlifts, 4,000 acres (1,600 ha) of skiable terrain and an average of 355 inches (9,000 mm) of snow each winter, making Canyons the largest ski and snowboard resort in Utah.

In the summer, Canyons Resort has an extensive trail system open for mountain biking or hiking. The resort also operates two zip lines and a miniature golf course. As with most four-season resorts, Canyons Resort has numerous upscale dining, shopping, and lodging options. The village also hosts many concerts throughout the year at its outdoor amphitheater. The former Canyons base area is now called Canyons Village at Park City.

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  • Fresh tracks at Deer Valley

Deer Valley

With a number of other large ski resorts nearby, Deer Valley competes by catering to a more upscale audience than its neighbors, offering amenities such as free ski valets, free parking shuttles, fine dining and boutique shopping in the main lodge.

Deer Valley is an alpine ski resort in the Wasatch Range, located 36 miles (58 km) east of Salt Lake City, in Park City, Utah, United States. The resort, known for its upscale amenities, is consistently ranked among the top ski resorts in North America. Deer Valley was a venue site during 2002 Winter Olympics, hosting the freestyle moguls, aerial, and alpine slalom events. It also regularly hosts competitions for the International Ski Federation.

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