A mountain range of possibilities exists during the summer in Park City. Beyond the diverse choices of hiking and biking trails, music and art festivals, incredible shopping and fun family activities, summer in Park City also means an al fresco lunch offering alpine surroundings, golf in the mountains and gourmet dining with craft beers and local ingredients at over 100 restaurants in town. Contact our St. Regis concierge at (435) 940-5717 for more information.
Deer Valley Resort Skiing
The St. Regis Deer Valley is located on the Deer Hollow ski run at Deer Valley Resort® with exclusive ski-in, ski-out access to Deer Valley's legendary and impeccably groomed 2,026 acres. Consistently rated the number one resort in North America by readers of SKI Magazine, Deer Valley features 21 lifts with 12 high speed quads, 100 trails, and six bowls-all offering an abundance of terrain for every level of skier. Please note: Deer Valley is a skiers only resort.
Park City Mountain Skiing and Snowboarding
A two-minute drive from The St. Regis Deer Valley, the Park City Base Area is located in the heart of downtown Park City. With over 7,300 skiable acres, 300+ trails, 7 terrain parks, 14 bowls, 6 natural half pipes, 1 super pipe and 1 mini pipe, Park City Mountain is the largest ski and snowboarding area in the United States. St. Regis Deer Valley will transport guests to and from Park City Mountain via the complimentary hotel shuttle.
Heli, Cat & Tele Skiing
Want the ultimate skiing adventure away from the crowds in the driest powder on earth? Try out heli-skiing or catskiing. Taking you into the virgin snow of the Rocky Mountains backcountry - this is the skiing experience of a lifetime.
Backcountry Skiing by Snowcat
Our Backcountry Experience package provides guests with the opportunity for a day of private backcountry skiing with two-time Olympian and big mountain skier Kaylin Richardson. As one of The St. Regis Deer Valley’s Ski Ambassadors, Kaylin is the perfect host for skiers in search of an adrenaline rush and spectacular views in Utah’s vast and famous backcountry.
The Park City Ice Arena is nestled in the hillsides of Park City. Built in 2006, it's a wonderful addition to all of the Park City winter activities. Gather friends and family for an afternoon or evening of fun on the ice.
Whether you want a romantic Park City winter adventure for two or a fun family outing, a horse-drawn sleigh ride is the perfect way to see Park City. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains as you glide across a winter wonderland.
Faster than two skis, more thrills than a halfpipe, Park City offers the maximum in snowmobiling excitement. Let one of our touring companies guide you on a picturesque ride, with Rocky Mountain views only accessible via snowmobile. You'll have fun and learn to ride safely, while enjoying the beautiful environment around you.
You don't have to go far to view the snow-capped Rocky Mountain peaks as Mother Nature intended. Park City has hundreds of miles of trails (several of them groomed for you by the Mountain Trails Foundation) perfect for snowshoeing. Strap on some snowshoes and experience these trails first-hand while getting a great workout at the same time. Snowshoeing is a great activity for all ability levels.
Looking for a fun Park City winter activity the whole family can enjoy? Tubing is great for kids and for those who want to act like one. Lifts take you back to the top of the tubing lanes so you can enjoy the ride down without all the work. Most lanes are lighted making tubing a great activity after the sun goes down.
The Utah Olympic Park
This year-round world-class facility was designed to develop athletes in winter sports through competition, training, and recreational programs. The Utah Olympic Park also offers bobsled and luge rides on the Olympic track and houses the Alf Engen Ski Museum, 2002 Eccles Olympic Winter Games Museum, retail shop and theater.