Storm of the year (so far)

We received a lot of snow of the past week, here's why some areas of our mountain are still not safe for skiing and riding.

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The Storm Continues

More snow means more terrain openings. See what we've opened this week and what we plan to open tomorrow.

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Video of Avalanche Control work in Jupiter

With storms in our near future, we've started working in the Upper Mountain.

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Town Lift Re-Opens

The Town Lift has resumed regular operations as of this morning.

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A Little Snow Science

We’ve been getting a little bit of snow lately. No huge storms to get excited about, but a few inches a week have certainly helped freshen things up.

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Update: Snow Conditions, Town Lift & More

You've got questions and we've got answers. What's going on with Town Lift? How much snow do you have? Why isn't the wind turbine working?

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Social Media Warm and Fuzzies for the Resort

We love our fans on Facebook and Twitter! Here's what some of those fans have to say about the conditions at our resort right now.

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Santa Has Opened McConkey's

Santa has really outdone himself this year. The big guy has given us the gift of McConkey's!

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Holiday Conditions are Fantastic

With over 40 runs open and nine lifts turning, even during the busy holiday season you can find runs all to yourself, make fresh tracks through perfect corduroy and slash a little powder.

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Snowmaking is the Infrastucture of our Resort

What is the significance of having snowmaking at a resort and just how do they make the snow?

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Get Ready to Drop In: Eagle Superpipe Opens for the Season

The training ground of the world's best halfpipe riders is open for business. Due to dirtwork over the summer we have her open weeks earlier than season's past.

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Beyond Bonanza: A Season Update

"So why can't we just open more stuff?" you're thinking. "The mountain looks white and I see all those tracks under Silverlode." The reality is, for the most part it goes beyond just having snow on a run.

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Early Season Exploring

Though the lower half of the resort is open, the patrollers have already started looking higher

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Patrollers Hanging About on Ropes

See what lift evacuation training is all about and tag along with our HR Recruiter Steve as he gives it a go.

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The Snow Cats have been Unleashed

Yesterday the snow cats were let out of their cages and allowed on the mountain for the first time this winter. They took me along for a ride as they were pushing piles to see the progress on the mountain.

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Avalanche Dogs Perform AirMed Training at Utah Olympic Park

We aren't the only ones preparing for ski season. A few weeks ago our Avalanche Dogs had a day of training and testing at Utah Olympic Park.

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The Snow Guns are Fired Up

The temps finally dipped low enough for Park City Mountain Resort to officially turn on the snow guns and kick off snowmaking for 2011.

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October Snow = December Avalanches

In the Snow Safety Department we often take a different look at early storms. Understand that snow never just sits there waiting for more snow; it is constantly changing.

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October Storm Drops 10 Inches

Today we’re enjoying one of those benchmark days we look forward to all summer and fall – first snow.

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Out with the Old: Three Kings Lift is Getting a Face Lift

Yes, that was the sound of a helicopter flying over Park City Mountain Resort this afternoon.

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