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HomeTSC Park City 2018

Texas Ski Council Final Showdown Ski Trip

Feb. 24 - March 3, 2018

 

Park City, Utah

(Skiing Park City, The Canyons)

$1200 Ground Only, Air and Lift Ticket NOT included

per person double occupancy. Single supplement additional.
5-day Lift Ticket - $440 (N/A if you have the EpicPass)
Optional Lift Tickets to Deer Valley available

Trip Leader:  Dan Stires

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A favorite destination of Los Amigos
 
Located in the heart of Park City, Utah, only a 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City is home to over 7,300 skiable acres with a good mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain suited for every skier and rider. During summer 2015, the Resort undertook the largest resort improvement project in the history of American skiing, linking it with neighbor Canyons Resort to create the United States’ largest ski area.

A new eight passenger gondola connection, along with the new King Con Express six-pack and Motherlode Express quad make up just some of the improvements totaling over $50 million for the 2015-16 season. Park City bustles with activities year-round with two distinct base areas, nine hotels, thrilling family adventures and more than two dozen restaurants.
 

In the summer of 2015, Vail Resorts established the connection between Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort to create the largest single ski area in the country with more than 7,300 acres of skiable terrain.
 
Resort improvements totaling over $50 million for the 2015-16 season include the construction of the new, eight passenger Quicksilver Gondola, upgrades to the King Con and Motherlode Lifts, a new on-mountain restaurant called Miners Camp, and additional snowmaking and restaurant upgrades. The plan is one of the most ambitious and impactful capital programs in U.S. ski industry history and will transform the guest experience at Park City.


 
Accommodations: We are staying at Snowflower Condos. The Snowflower Condominiums are located directly on the slopes with ski in/ski out access to the Three Kings or First Time Chairlift at Park City Resort. This convenient location means that you’re only minutes away from shopping and dining for when you’re not on the slopes. They all offer modern amenities and a fully-equipped kitchen. Besides its ideal location, it’s close to the shuttle stop that offers service to all Park City Resorts. Convenience and location make this property a perfect fit for all your vacation needs.
 
The free city-wide shuttle, which makes frequent stops every hour at the hotel, is extremely convenient for guests who are looking to explore Park City with its shops, eateries, historic museums, and galleries. 

Please Note: The photos below are examples only. Each condo is different.

Location: On the mountain.  Ski-in, Ski-out• On Shuttle route

Amenities: Indoor and Outdoor Hot Tubs• Sauna• Fireplace in some units


 

Travel: Arrange your own air travel to Salt Lake City. You must arrive by 1:30pm on Saturday if you want to take the bus transfer. From the airport, we’ll travel by luxury bus to Park City. Of course, we’ll make a stop at the supermarket before heading to the resort.
 
The Vibe: Great skiing and great town

* Price of $1200 Ground is per person, double occupancy. Single supplements extra. Does not include airfare, lift tickets, meals, or ski rentals. Please contact the club or trip leader for detailed information, including our refund policy. We encourage anyone signing up for this trip to purchase travel insurance for their own protection. Los Amigos is a non-profit organization and our trips are run by volunteer members.

 

Park City / Canyons Mountain Stats:


 


Summit

10,000 ft.

Base

6800 ft.

Vertical Drop:

3200 ft.

Skiable Acres:

7300

Beginner Runs:

9%

Intermediate:

51%

Advanced:

30%

Expert:

10%

Terrain Parks:

6

Longest Run:

3 miles

Snow Base-

same time period

5 year average:

61”

Lifts:

41