Being a Utah local the most common question I acquire asked is “What is the best ski resort for beginners”….well let me show you! Park City Mountain Resort is the best ski area for beginners and I’m telling you, you will want to buy a whole week of ski passes if you’re visiting. It has a perfect section for accurate beginners and miles and miles of blue runs for those who are still not ready for the black diamond runs.
They do have lockers to store your stuff in the Canyons Village, a ski rental shop, and plenty of cafes. Parking is limited so try to take the rideshare and buses from the University of Utah to the Park City Area.
Park City is actually EAST of Salt Lake, not North – I’m directionally challenged on a excellent day, lol. HOWEVER – don’t mess around with Parley’s Canyon – give yourself time. There is a whole Facebook page dedicated to conditions in Parley’s Canyon. If you are IN SLC it can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours to acquire through that canyon – more if there is an accident and they often shut the road down altogether. If it is a snowy day, then you are definitely going to have more locals flocking to the mountain as well which adds to the traffic time.
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