Park City Mountain announced that it will open for summer operations at the Park City Mountain Village on Friday, May 28.
The Park City Adventure Park will be open out of Park City Mountain Village with activities including the alpine slide, mountain coaster, mini golf, gem panning and additional base area activities that will be finalized soon. On-mountain activities will include scenic lift rides, bike haul and hiking. Activities will be open seven days a week starting at 10 a.m. through Monday, Sept. 6, and Thurs. – Sun. from Thursday, Sept. 9 through Sunday, Oct. 3. Additional details about summer activities can be found here, and additional product details will be available soon on parkcitymountain.com.
Canyons Golf is scheduled to open at Canyons Village on Friday, May 21. Additional details on Canyons Village operating dates, events and activities will be forthcoming.
“After a successful winter season, we look forward to welcoming guests back to the mountain this May,” said Park City Mountain chief operating officer Mike Goar. “We are proud to be able to offer a broad array of activities and safe outdoor recreation for our guests, and we can’t wait to enjoy another beautiful Park City summer.”
Health and safety remains our top priority. At our resorts this summer, we will be operating according to local public health orders and following their guidance as it relates to face coverings. More information can be found here. We encourage everyone to follow CDC guidelines as the pandemic continues to evolve.
Vail Resorts recently announced a bold price reset of Epic Pass products to continue to deliver on our commitment of Epic for Everyone and to honor the loyalty of our pass holders. Epic Pass prices have been reduced by 20 percent across the board, and are now available to purchase at EpicPass.com for the 2021/22 winter season. The price reduction applies to the entire portfolio of the company’s North American pass lineup. The Epic Local Pass is now available for $583 (down from $729 last season) and the full Epic Pass is priced at $783 (down from $979 last season). This reset takes these products back to prices last seen during the 2015/16 season when the Epic Pass offered access to only 11 U.S. resorts compared to today’s more than 70 resorts worldwide. With the price reduction, the Epic Day Pass, which provides the same season pass value to guests who want to ski or ride just 1-7 days, gives guests the chance to visit world-class resorts like Vail for just $87 for a 1 day pass.
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