With 4,000 ski-able acres and over 180 trails, The Canyons is the largest single ski and snowboard resort in Park City, Utah, and numerous Winter Games events have been hosted here. The park covers nine towering peaks that average a collection of 355" of snowfall per year, and nineteen lifts are available to transport skiers up to the slopes quickly so that the most possible runs can be accomplished. For the most extreme winter enthusiasts, Transitions Terrain Park offers rails, boxes, bowls, and a half-pipe in the 1.1 mile long park, plus six natural half-pipes are also located on the property. Challenge nine jumps and features for all ages and abilities if you want to experience the thrill of a lifetime. There are trails available for every level of athlete on the mountain. Read below for the breakdown of The Canyons slope difficulty percentages.
- 10% Beginner
- 44% Intermediate
- 46% Advanced
Summit Elevation: 9,990 feet Vertical Rise: 3,190 feet
The Canyons Village is host to over fifteen different dining options that provide a variety of cuisines. There are also three shopping venues that have sporting gear, general food/snacks/supplies, and souvenirs. For younger children, daycares are available, and for those with sore muscle, two state-of-the-art health spas are on the property as well. If you're planning to stay in the village, then there are more than five diverse lodging options to choose from.