A group of distinctively different resorts make up the Park City ski area, a 40- minute drive from Salt Lake City in Utah, the state that boasts the finest, driest powder snow in the world. In February 2002 the region hosted the Winter Olympics, Park City holding the giant slalom, snowboarding and half-pipe events. When Park City opened as a ski resort in 1963 it was called Treasure Mountain. Its former life was as a prosperous silver-mining town. Today there are still over a thousand miles of silver-mine workings and tunnels under the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort.
Altitude: 2104m - 3049m.
A ski-in, ski-out B&B, the Angel House Inn in Park City is a former Victorian grand home. It is the ideal base (only two blocks away) to make full use of Park City's excellent range of restaurants and aprés ski.
The Landmark Inn is at the edge of Park City and represents great value for money. This hotel is great for both skiers and non-skiers due to its close proximity to the factory outlet stores with shopping, bars, restaurants and a cinema complex. The hotel runs a free bus service to the resort centre and nearby ski areas.
The two bedroom/two bathroom Park Avenue Condos in Park City are located towards the end of Park Avenue close to the lifts and on the free shuttle route.
The Yarrow Resort is one of Park City's largest hotels with a wide range of guest amenities.
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4 nights B&B at the 3* Hotel Bouton d'Or, scheduled flights and car hire from £598 per person
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